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Smethport Mckean County Democrat (Newspaper) - June 16, 1949, Smethport, Pennsylvania Page r oaf Mckean county Democrat Smethport pa., thursday june in 1949 Flinty a cd sales slay of sentence reach 58 percent granted Walker of goal in drive Dayton pa., Man sentenced Here total of $203,582.50 Worth of Bonds sold during Campaign purchases by residents of Mckean j county of series quote Quot Bonds during the current Opportunity loan drive have reached a total of $203,582.50, or 58 per cent of the assigned quoth of $3.>o,, it was revealed monday night by d h Phillips chairman of Mckean county a savings Bond committee. The above total stated or Phillips is inclusive of All purchases made since april i through june 4 a a period of a Little More than two Mon uis. Approximately one month still remains before the close of the current accounting period at the Federal Reserve Bank at Philadelphia so that Mckean county should be at approximately the two thirds Mark at this time. Rather than anly 58 per cent the state of Pennsylvania whose j ensure quota is $82,000,000, has reached $55,801,194 or 68 per cent of its goal at this time indicating that this Community is to tier cent below the state average. All citizens of the county Are strongly urged to Purchase one or j More Opportunity loan Bonds at their Bank. Post office or any issuing Agency during tile current month of june. Relief roil import Charles r. Barber state Treasur j or reported that direct Relief j orients made to needy residents of j Mckean county during the week ending june 9 show an increase of$162 Over those of tile previous week payments for the week totalled $2768 which was $1665 higher than those j of the comparable week of last year payments by the Bureau of assist Alice disbursements in the state Treasury department Folio cur rent week $2768, previous week $2636 a approximately one third of the Revenue of the District of Columbia is devoted to educational Are an excellent source of Vitamin It was Learned Here monday that Superior court Justice John Arnold of Clearfield on saturday granted a stay of sentence to l. M Walker 52, of Dayton pa., who was found guilty of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor by a Mckean county criminal court jury that returned a sealed verdict in court Here tuesday evening of last week last wednesday Walker was sentenced to serve two months in the Mckean county jail and a Fine of $300 and Coats by president judge Charles o. Hubbard. Walker began serving his sentence on wednesday on Friday Joseph a Willson of Smethport and James Ray of Kane. Counsel for Walker filed an Appeal to the Superior court Justice Arnold ordered Walker to Post $2 500 Bat which was furnished in Cash according to or. Wilaon. The Rase will be argued when supreme court convenes in Philadelphia on the fourth monday it october. Smethport defeats Luster Lily 20-7 exploding for to runs in the first inning in which 14 men came to Bat the Smethport entry a of the my Kean Elk league blasted the Allegany league nine from Custer City in a seven inning Twilight non league contest at Custer City tuesday night tile score was 20 to 7 Duane Bickford and Morris Oviatt paced tile dinners attack with three safeties each Harold Lynch Sineth let Ort Pitcher was the Only Batter failing to Chalk up a hit St rot Man started tor Custer City but gave Way to Slot la who discarded his mask As a Catcher to take to the Mound. Sleek finished As he Cate her. Synieth shirt it to it 11 070 i 20 16 3 Custer City too 030 4�? 7 6 5 the oldest Catholic College for women in the United Stales is St Elizabeth a two Miles outside the City of Morristown n j. Services at the churches sunday evangelical Mission i Hihi a Pine St. Sunday june 19th sunday school at 9 45 a. In. Morning worship at la a in. Mes i Sage Quot clod s word to evening service at 7 30 p. In. I vacation Bible school june 20 to july i. Classes from 9-12 a. In. Monday through Friday. Children aged 4 years and up Are Welcome to attend. June 22nd, Rev. Roger a Arnquist a singing Chalk artist will be at the port Allegany Mission Church at 8 p in a chirp of the Birds a wit to and Anne Safe and sound it ii say lot you. For your family. For other motorists a when you make certain your car is in running order that your brakes will hold in cast of emergency. That the Windshield wiper will work in sudden summer showers. That tires will grip the Road. That headlights Are focused correctly for driving at night. That your steering wheel will obey your hands. Safe for summer and vacation driving. It is sound because statistics prove that official state inspection has Cut traffic accidents due to mechanical failure of cars in Pennsylvania to 3.2% while the National average for such accidents is 17.3%. So sound a that safety experts Are urging All states to adopt such a measure. Your car Matt carry an official state inspection sticker by july ii St a or you will be violating the Law. Get your car inspected today. There will be no Extension of this inspection period. The methodist in sch Rev. E. J. Burton minister the hrs sunday after Trinity i 9 45 a. school la a in. Irvine worship morning prayer and Sermon. Tuesday june 21 married couples dinner and program at 6 30 p re committee a or. And mrs. R. B Cody judge and mrs Charles Hubbard. Or and mrs Clarence r Mckalip and or and mrs. John Roth Ermel. Ans varies lutheran Church the Rev c o. Thunberg. Pastor Host sunday after Trinity 10 a in Church school. 11 a in the service St. Luke s episcopal it merc h the Rev Rodney f. Cobb. Rector Host sunday after Trinity 9 a in tile supper of the lord i and Hie holy communion common i in called the mass according to the rite of 1549, of the first English Book of common prayer in Cerebra i Hon of the 4o0th anniversary of the prayer Book and the worship of god in the language of the people with an anniversary Sermon about the prayer Book the music of 400 years ago by John Merbecks will be i Sung. Tills will let a another service i commemorating this important anniversary in the life of anglicans and episcopalians. It will be a unified a Milf service a corporate communion of the whole pariah i with Hie Church school attending and also holding classes. We Are i having one Parish corporate service on sundays at 9 a in. Instead of the two services at 8 and la friends and visitors Are most Welcome Friday june 24 St John Baptist Day 8 a in holy communion All saints Chapel East Smethport the Rev. Rodney f Cobb Hector Host sunday Atter Trinity transportation will be furnished by i the Rector to take people to the la i o clock service at St Josephus Church in port Allegany. Please notify him also Tialii it Ortato it a can be arranged tor the 9 a in service at St. Luke a Friday june 24, St John Baptist Dav. To a in Matins and holy communion. The Rector will gladly furnish transportation to any from Smethport for this service Baptist Iurii the word of god is our Standard of Faith and practice a crucified but living Christ our message the holy spirit our Power for Lite and service the world our Field of responsibility. And the coming again of Christ our blessed Hope. Sunday service 10 a in sunday school. 11 a in morning worship. Message by the pastor. 7 30 p. In. Evening service message by the pastor song service and testimony meeting. Monday 6 30 p. In. A Bible club i at Hie Church. Ages 5-13, wednesday 7 30 up. In. Prayer meeting and Bible study. Class in the study of the hebrew Tabernacle. Couples seen at Smity a Wiener roast Jenette and Beaky Jolyn and Ned Betty d. And Bonny Borgeson. Maxine w and Tom Holleran w and Bucky Freeman Kay w and b. Ball Marlene h and Bud jail Anil Butch Ann m and poncho. Ruth and Freddie scandal Helen Redfield is making out pretty Well. She has been dating Lawton Oake and Paul Anderson Bradford has taken Over again. Kernsie has Bren out with Mal spore Nice Goin. Why could t the Fellows find Ber j Nard Friday night it could have been that he was up to visit Mary Puhi. Ray Wright s senior trip was a1-1 most heaven her Navy Man looked her up twice it looks like Joyce k is next on Ray Borwoski s list hang on tight Joyce Marguerite so one and Only Quot was visiting Smethport Over the weekend did you make up for lost time Bill Is playing it smart an out of town girl Friday night and Kunt Sev on saturday night. Who is going to win fight hard Marlene just because Bud j walked Mac Home in port does t mean that Smethport in t first Emily l. Finally gave Jim Aloi a Chance. Always Tell the t rut to Emily As Bordel is a Long ways to come cheer it. Jolyn you la have your j Chance next year it was til fun and we re sure he was thinking of you All the time. Eddie Denning Lias been going around with a very Long face Phyllis will be Home soon and then you won t have to go see her Mother. Ann m have been too lonely while poncho was away. \ Beaky Buzzard and a boy from of Jewett seemed to occupy her eve j a tags Ginny Maynard and Jerry Nelson have been dating regularly. Jonolyn Peterson dated Bruce Peterson from it. Jewett Friday Nile. She still wishes Clermont would come along Cassanova la it pus was Een with Jenette sunday night did you have fun Nettie who was the Blond Chuck Mck had saturday night we hear Ruth Ella has changed her affections Mary Jean b has a new beaux i we understand he s a dream boat from it Jewett Harry Liminik from Bradford thinks a certain Enior girl called Quot Olla Quot is pretty Nice. Ruth h and Orlo Kane were Een together monday night. Diner in Bradford held up last saturday morning police in three states Aid in Hunt Solen ars is probable due interesting bits Here and there by mix hot Ary huh met monday noon police authorities in three states were alerted during the weekend to be on the Lookout for two men who Early saturday morning held up the Congress St diner in Bradford and escaped in a car with about $150 in Cash. The Only Lead police had was a Trail of four stolen cars across Pennsylvania new York and Ohio. The car in which the bandits made their escape was found abandoned in South Bradford seven hours after the robbery the car bearing Ohio a Tate License tags was believed to have been a stolen machine. Some time saturday morning a Mercury was stolen from City motors in Bradford but the machine was later recovered in Allegany n. Y a 1946 Ford was stolen from an Olean dealer and was abandoned at Siaw son and sons Olean from whom a 1949 Packard was taken late saturday afternoon the Packard was found in Painesville. Ohio. Bradford a it once not Only linked the four car robberies to the Bradford Holdup but also the theft of shotguns used by the two bandits from the Chiavetta Brothers hardware store in Olean which took place last Friday. Wedding in Eldred saturday a off Deal interest St. Elizabeth a Church Rev for Urban 8. Barrett pastor manses at 8 and 10 15 of clock every sunday morning. St. Weekday masses. Monday through Friday at 7 45 a. In. Saturday at 8 16 a in. First f riday of each month mass of 7 30 a in. Evangelical United Brethren Farmer Valley the Rev Cecil Ross pastor 9 to a. In worship service. 10 3u a. school. 7 30 p. Fellowship. 7 45 p. In. Wednesday mid week prayer and Praise service. 8 p. In second sunday of the month men s meeting. Loo p in second Friday of the month w. S. W. S. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania department of Ravenel dub Jamis my Oun for Cory Ville 10 30 a in. Munday school. 11 30 a in worship service. 7 45 p. In tuesday prayer service la i Smethport 10 30 a school. 7 45 p. In a worship service. 7 45 p. In. Thursday prayer and Praise service. Betita methodist Church the Rev. J. H. Bailey minister sunday services to a school. 10 40 a. worship Crosby methodist Church the Rev. J. H. Bailey minister sunday services 10 15 a. school. Spe gadabout sunday evening Bettyb Bill he Nancy t Jim m and Billie b and Joe i a had a very enjoyable picnic at Prospect. Tell us How you got Hie purple shirt Joe Ruth a Joe b. Joann k a Terila Barr and Connie k and Roy Dun Kleberger had a quiet and pleasant picnic at Galen Park sunday evening. Why was ted Barr so worried maybe he got the wrong Date lately it has been like Christmas in j Tine Here s Why Ruth s. Received a Charm Bracelet arum sweetheart compact from Freddie a Gail Received a Beautiful Bracelet from Butch Hull Chet Billings was honoured on his birthday by receiving a very Nice Hirt and a Carton of gum from a very special Friend guess who poncho Hull and Bill h gave bet to b arid Ann m necklaces Nice going girls lower Entrance age Lur boy scouts new move will be effective next sept. In an unprecedented move the boy scouts of America Lias lowered the Entrance age for its three programs of cub scouting boy scouting and senior scout my effective next september i in announcing the far reaching change authorized by the National executive Board of the organization or. Arthur a Schick chief scout executive said the decision was reached alter a three years exhaustive study during which opt loins were obtained from experienced leaders As Well As parents. After september i boys May become cub scouts at eight years St age instead of nine boy scouts at eleven instead of twelve and explorers at fourteen instead of fifteen years of age. Tile program known As senior scouting or Schick announced now becomes Quot exploring with its a Cope Broad enough to include land sea and air activities As Well As life exploration. Units specializing in seamanship or in aviation Wall he known As explorer ships or explorer squadrons respectively. Ital song period for the children. La so $ in a morning worship. Miss Virginia Mae Larson daughter of or and mrs Earl b Larson of Eldred and granddaughter of mrs. Fred Larson of Bank Street Smethport and s sgt. Robert f Campbell u. S air corps son of a mrs Seth Sumner of Eldred were United in marriage at the Home of the Bride on saturday june ii at 1 Frfd tile Rev. Arthur t Gregson pastor of the . Y. Methodist Church performed the ceremony. The Bilde was Given in marriage by Lier lather. Her Matron of Honor was mrs. Robert Freer Smethport aunt of the Bride with William Campbell of Tioga. Pa., brother of the bridegroom serving As Best Man the Arch in the Home was decorated with White wedding belts with a background of Wolfe wedding bouquets wedding music As presented by Don Sackett of Eldred and included Quot my Quot because Quot Quot with this ring i thee wed and Quot wedding tile Bride was dressed in a White Tanieta. Floor length gown with sweetheart neckline and fitted bodice she had a Finger tip veil with beaded head piece White lace mitts and wore a double string of pearls the gift of the bridegroom her bridal bouquet was a White Bible with White Orchid and streamers of White Robbon. The Matron of Honor had a Pink lace and net floor length gown Ostrich plume Headpiece and Pink lace mitts. Her Flowers were a colonial bouquet of Pink rosebuds and White pompous mrs Larson Mother of the Bride wore a Navy Blue gown. Her Flowers were a red Rose Bud Corsage. Mrs. Sumner Mother of the bridegroom wore a Black gown with White trim her tor age was of yellow Rose buds k fallow mgr the a Cerf orgy a reception As held at the Indian Creek Cociu Unity Hall Iro Tii 3 to 5 p rn., with 104 guest attending free table decorations included mixe flowed and a tiered wedding Ake with a miniature Bride and bridegroom serving As a Center pece. The couple plan to reside in Ludlow mass Hie Bride is a graduate of Otto township High school and Bryant and Stratton business College in bul i a to the bridegroom attended Hie Otto township High school before his enlistment in the air corps in january 1946 he is now stationed at Westover Field mass. Among those attending the wading were mrs. Fred Larson and or. And mrs a j. Mcdermott of Smethport and or and mrs Harry i arson of Crosby. Girl scout troop go we met for a regular meeting on tile Day morning june 14. On the Back Lawn of the bail Johnson residence. We prepared our breakfast with the help of our Leader Martha Colegrove and assistants mrs Nellie Johnson and mrs. J. P Willson our guest mrs. Merrill Engstrum. Told its about girl scouting and Many other interesting things about England this enabled us to earn our International Friendship badge we ended our party by pledging allegiance to the Flag and singing the Star spangled Banner. All members were present with the exception of Marlene Connors and Joann Bostwick other guests were Dianna Jolson of Hazelhurst Sandra Nick of Cyclone and mrs Cady of East Johnson a Ermery. Don g. Mitchell president of the Sylvania electric products inc., has announced that a full line of television sets bearing the Sylvania name will be placed on the Market this fall. Five High school boys from Harrison Valley were picked up last week for throwing eggs into the Grill and scraping paint Oil a 1949 automobile in that place the car belonged to mrs. Mary Moore of Elkland a teacher in the Valley school. The boys will appear before the next term of court. The Brookland club directors have voted to erect a new building on the club grounds near Gale on to replace the original building destroyed recently by fire. Rev Don l. Moody pastor of the methodist churches at Shinglehouse and Ceres has been Tarn feared to the Church at South Oon Odaga n y., at the recent Genesee conference meeting. Tile Oswayo mail cites his Many accomplishments while pastor at Shinglehouse. They are1 somewhat As follows his Church work for the five years included the installation of a Hammond Organ in the Church at Shig in House installation of an electronic sound sys pm and Tower Chimes at Ceres the erection of a new foundation tinder and the new roof Over the Church at Ceres extensive improvements to i the parsonage at Shinglehouse relative to his scout work he has served on the troop comm it t tee at j Ceres for foul years and at the present time is chairman the Only full scout family in the Council at Shinglehouse was organized by him i a three units cub pack scout troop and senior explorer Post. About iou boys have been members of these units he has served As scoutmaster at Shinglehouse for three i years and also has supplied As cub master and senior advisor two boys Edgar Fenner and Jim Hackett have advanced to the highest rank in scouting i Eagle scout it during this time Jim is the son of Virginia and Leo Hackett of Smethport. A train. Ing course for other scoutmaster of the county has also been conducted by him and until just recently he has acted As District chairman of leadership training through his influence and leadership the barn j on the Church property at Shinglehouse has been completely rebuilt and remodeler making it suitable for scout Headquarters with club rooms upstairs and workshop Down the shop is one to be proud of being equipped with $300 Worth of Power and hand tools the troop owns $200 Worth of scout equipment. Rev. Moody was the organizer and director under the state department of forests and Waters the senior scout Forest fighters patrol which proved to be of untold value during the emergency fire year of 1947. By Rev Moody a work we Are definitely sure that he is vitally interested in the persons who will represent the future America i have been told that on sunday afternoon he would take a group of boys out for a hike or nature study and possibly would get Back just in time for the evening service. Tile boys would do just As their Leader go to i Church it is the youth of that Community who Are going to tills Rev Moody. Tile Buffalo Rochester arid Pittsburgh division of tile Baltimore arum Ohio last week begun operation with Only Lour passenger trains thru it. Jewett the Road has sounded i the death Knell to local trains 60 Aru 61 which Iliad operated daily Between Buffalo and Dubois. I Warren state Hospital was assail a cd in the year end audit report of j i the auditor general s department for failure to demand collection of $113 45 in past due Bills for services rendered patients with financial resources. The report compiled during i the tenure of auditor general g Harold Wagner who retired last month named 12 state Hospital it for falling in collection of a total of $1,100 000 Leonard mro Avlik is freshening up his House with a new coat of White paint. Chuck and Norma Ness have moved into a furnished apartment in the Bud residence on w Matin by Crosby Hazelhurst win in Junior league Crosby Defeated Cyclone 11-10 on the Crosby Diamond and Hazelhurst f tramped Over Smethport 16-3 at my j Coy stadium in Twilight contests in in the Mckean county Junior league monday night. Funeral in Washington mrs William mat tis on of Smethport or and mrs. Charles Knickerbocker of Coudersport and or. And mrs. Adrian Henry of Shingl Eliouse motored to Washington. D c., this week where they attended funeral services in Arlington cemetery for Harry Knickerbocker who was killed in the Pacific area during world War ii. The deceased was a Nephew of mrs. Madison. Bucktail Post forms Junior baseball team Ljeon Griffin announced tuesday night that Bucktail Post 138, american legion is sponsoring a baseball team for boys 15 years of age or younger. The team will Start Competition wednesday evening when it will engage a similar nine from Roulette on the Laders Diamond among those expected to break into the Hub lineup Arr Barry Peterson. Steven Johnson John Cunningham John and Tom Dragoone. Jerry and John Marone Ronnie Carlson. Jack Gustafson. Harold Lindgren Chappie Wilson and Jimmy Smith. Grill in will manage tile team according to Hie announcement. Painting rectory the rectory of St Luke s episcopal Church at Hie Corner of Fulton and Green its. Is being brightened up wit ii a fresh coat of White paint Tail persons grow for a Shorter i period than Short persons. Announcement report made on swim project the regular meeting of the Smethport rotary club was held at the colonial hotel monday noon with 25 persons attending. The members heard F Felt or. Report that nearly All arrangements have been completed to furnish transportation for Smethport children to the port Allegany Community swimming a Joi during the summer months. For several years the dub has underwritten the Cost of transporting local children to the Pool. Birthdays celebrated at Hie meet it if included those of f. D Gallup and r e Scott of Bradford w. A Ross j p Melvern and e. J. Mensch of Smethport. President Leonard Johnson presided it tile meeting Lester Anderson of port Allegany was a guest p. T. Barnum Hie famous circus Man was four times a member of Hie Connecticut legislature. A i have a Complete line of plastic Ware including drapes ruffled curtains and bedspreads to match Matching Shower and Bath window curtains table cloths 54x90, 54x54 garment bags a laundry bags Blanket bags a Blouse bags Yard goods and Many other items Telephone 314 or Call Iii person Mary Kohn 720 Vav. Wain St. Smethport a Center Street Market open 9 to 9 every Day a also sundays Kest Quality Kitter values hearts Delight 25 la so. Morning glory flour Sui Coffee 3 m $1.14 Silver Flash Salmon. Iii of. Can 49c Butternut crushed Corn. 2 no. 2 cans 25c Drange Pekoe Tea hearts Delight the 45c shredded wheat Box 15c Blue Bonnet fresh Brookfield Tux 2,b Vav butter a 64c Chon your hews arms to 69 in powdered sugar. 2 lbs. 23c Kraft Miracle whip pm 27c swifts Peanut Buiter. Jar 35c a _ i i. A a Fels Nap Tia soap.2 bars 13c Spring farm milk. 3 in. Caus 31c Wax Tex Wax paper 125 it. Cutting Roll 19c f Resh the Home grown head tomatoes i be let Nee by. Ile Grapefruit 7 count 2 for19o new cabbage solid heeds la. Tic new or old is la Peck potatoes 63c fresh ground beef a l Quality 49c the swifts veal shoulder roast 49c la swifts veal rib chops59c they Grade loins Fork limps 66c Quot a Fork loin bib Fin roast 59c115 by Grade sliced Bacon 49c the Large Bologna sliced.45c the ass t. Meat loaves 3 kinds4#e to wieners Hy-grade4�e to fresh made smoked King Bologna roasting or frying chickens 55c the Ham Center slices.79c butt 63c Shank half 59c Ham veal pork am Loa ii m $1.4 watermelons ice Cream a b1cco Swift s cheese american or Pimento 2 it 68c

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