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Smethport Mckean County Democrat (Newspaper) - June 30, 1949, Smethport, Pennsylvania Smethport pa., thursday june 30, 1949 Mckean county Democrat. To social highlight s of Smethport and Vicinity Page thre wedding in Pew saturday of local interest celebrate Golden wedding Date c a or. And mrs. Robert a Digel miss Anne Digel find Robert and Howard Digel spent the weekend at their summer Home at Frontenac Island. I a a a mrs. Gerald Hotchkiss and sons Wells and Steven of new Haven. Conn arrived saturday to spend two weeks with the former s sister mrs. R. W. Herzog. A a a a James r Mcgowan of Cheshire conn., is the gust of his sister mrs. R. W. Herop. A a a a James Herzog of Erie spent the weekend Here with his parents or. End or. R. W Herzog a. A a mrs. Lynton Johnson and children Mary Nell and Mark of Nash Idle. Ttnn., Are the guests of the former s parents or. And or. C. W. Masser. A a a a mrs. J. C. Edwards and son Bobby and miss Warriner of Houston Texas Are expected Here today to spend the weekend with the former smother mrs r Kesslerjr Enro Ute to their summer Home at Piseco n. Y. I a we a or. And mrs Harold Day and family of Syracuse. N Expect to spend the weekend Here with the former a Sisters the misses Carrie a and Mabel l Day. A a a a mrs. H w Cummings and son Henry Are spending a few Days with relatives in Erie. A a a mrs. Helen Hawke and daughter Jane of Swarthmore aare guests of the former s father c. W Freeman. A a a a mrs. Dorothy Allison and sons Halsey and Billy of Oil City spent the weekend with or and is. Seth Dige and family at Cuba Lake. A a a a or and mrs. Alfred quicken Bush and daughters of Piermont n j., Are guests of mrs. Quackenbush s parents the Hon. And mrs. Charles g. Hubbard. A a a a or and mrs Wilmot Moss and children of Rochester n y., arc guests of mrs. Moss Mother mrs. John a Karlen. A a a a miss Donna Coleman is in bal Lis Vaysburg. Penna this week where she will play at the wedding of a school Friend on saturday. A or. Marvin m Linden of spent tuesday and wednesday Here. He will go to Bryn mawr Hospital to begin his internship on thursday. A a a a or. And mrs. H g. Raszmann of Ormsby and miss Margaret Rasz Mann of Corry have returned from Baltimore md., where they attended the funeral of mrs. Lillian Glein. Mrs. Glein was a Cousin of mrs. John Raszmann of Crosby. Enro Ute Home they visited in Harrisburg. A a a a or. And mrs. Earl Lyman and or. And mrs. Donald Johnson were guests of or. And mrs. C. J. Morrison in Buffalo sunday. A a a a or and mrs. Carl Anderson Are moving this week from their former Home on the Valley Road to the Home which they recently purchased on King St. James Hull weds Lorraine Ferera in Rochester n. Y. Miss Lorraine Ferera daughter of or. And mrs. Alexander Ferera of Rochester n y., and James s Hull son of or. And mrs. John Hull of Smethport were married at la o clock saturday morning in St. Augustine Catholic Church Rochester by the pastor Rev. For. Dugan the Bride was attended by miss Mary Alves maid of Monor and by the misses Eva and Mary Ferera brides maids. Tile Best Man was James Reifsteck of Rochester. Ushers were Robert Blum and Carl Kipphut the Bride was attired in a White Marquisette gown with Cathedral train and her illusion veil was draped from a White Tiara she carried a White prayer Book to opined with a White Orchid and Flowers entwined streamers. Miss Alves wore a Blue taffeta dress with Matching mitts and Halo. Hie bridesmaids Sisters of the Bride wore Pink taffeta gowns with mitts and halos. The three attendants carried bouquet of Pink baby mums. After the wedding a luncheon was served to 30 at Melody inn. Rochester and on saturday evening a Large reception was held at the american portugese club. Or. And mrs. Hull Are spending their honeymoon at Sherman Lake Warrensburg. N y., and upon their return will a fiend tile summer in Rochester. Mrs. Hull is a graduate of Rochester High school and is employed in tile offices of the Taylor instrument company. Or Hull who served two years in the v s. Air corps is a graduate of the Smethport High school and is attending St. Bonaventure College or. And mrs. John Hull and miss Jean Hull of Smethport or. And mrs. Ernest Rathbun and family of Millport and or. And frs. Clifford Wiltse and family of Allegany attended the wedding. Blatt Bros. Star theatre Fri sat. July 1-2 Douglas Fairbanks or. Helena Carter a the fighting of Flynn a and Jimmy Wakely a a Cannonball Taylor a Cowboy Cavalier Sun. Mon. July 3-4 Judy Garland Gene Kelly a a words and music a color by technicolor tue. Wed. Thu. July 5-6-7 Donna Crawford Clair Caskey vied in port Allegany miss Donna Jean Crawford daughter of mrs. Delbert Manning of port Allegany and Elmer Craw j Ford of Smethport and Clair Caskey son of or. And mrs. Charles Caskey of port Allegany were married at 7 o clock Friday evening in the methodist Church port Allegany. The Rev. E. J. Burton minister of the Smethport methodist Church officiated. Mrs William Anderson was Matron of Honor and William Anderson was Best Man for or. Caskey. Tile Bride wore a Blue Street Long j the dress with a red Rosebud Corsage. And her attendant wore a Navy taffeta dress with a Pink Rosebud Corsage. Both wore White accessories. A reception for the immediate families was held at Lynn Hall immediately alter the wedding. After a Short wedding trip or. And mrs. Caskey will reside in port Allegany where their apartment is in readiness. Mrs. Caskey is a graduate of the port Allegany High school and of the Orra Jean Beauty school Erie. She is manager of the Marasco Beauty shop in Smethport. Or Caskey is a graduate of the port Allegany High school and of Westbrooks Academy in Olean. Out of town guests at the wedding reception were from Smethport and Weston Mills. A wedding of local interest was that of miss Joanne Passmore of Rew who became the Bride of Charles William Beckwith of Bradford at the Home of the Bride at 5 p. In saturday. Miss Passmore is the daughter of mrs. Florence Passmore and the late Marshall f Passmore. Row. Or. Beckwith is the son of or. And mrs. Charles h. Hokensen. Of Bradford. The single ring ceremony was performed by the Rev b. V. Berry pastor of the Rew evangelical United Brethren Church. The Home was decorated with Palms Gladioli and mixed Flowers. Miss Blanche Irene Hughes Niece of the Bride played traditional wedding music. Miss Ardis Foster Sang because and a tile lord s Betty Jean Hayes Niece of the Bride was her attendant and James Colligan was Best Man for the bridegroom. John e Hayes jr., Nephew of the Bride and Carl Hok Enson brother of the bridegroom were Ushers. Given in marriage by her brother in Law. Claude l. Tracy the Bride wore an Aqua Blue Slipper Satin Street length dress with a White picture hat and lace mitts. She had Satin slippers to match her dress. She carried a colonial bouquet of mixed White Flowers. Her attendant wore a Pink organdy Over a Pink Satin Street length dress. She wore a White Straw Bonnet. With lace mitts and Pink slippers. She carried a colonial bouquet of mixed Flowers. Tile Mother of the Bride wore a Grey crepe dress with White accessories and a Pink Rose Corsage inc bridegroom s Mother wore a Grey dress and Grey accessories with a White Rose Corsage. A reception was held at the Home of the Bride immediately after the ceremony. Jux a a return from their trip. The couple will reside temporarily in Rew and take up residence in Buffalo in the fall when or Beckwith returns to school. For travelling the Bride chose a Navy Blue gabardine suit with White accessories and a Gardenia Corsage. The Bride graduated from Bradford High school. The bridegroom also graduated from Bradford High school and attends Bryant Stratton business Institute in Buffalo. He served 18 months with the army of occupation in Japan. Out of town guests were present from Buffalo Smethport my Jewett and Bradford. Or. And mrs. Rav ragout John Garfield Lilli Palmer a body and soul a a mrs. C. B. Corwin attended a meeting in Bradford tuesday evening of the Ward Stilson co., manufacturers of the Maisonette dresses. At this meeting they had a demonstration of the Safe tie diaper which saves the lives of thousands of babies from death by Suff Catlon. The associates of this company Are the sole agents for this article of which mrs. Corwin is one. A a a a mrs. Forrest Nourse or. Is visiting at the Home of her son Forrest jr., and family in Pittsview Ala. A a a or. And mrs. Everett Carlson of Buffalo were weekend guests of or. And mrs. Fred Seitler. A a a a Robert f. Bamat of Clarion spent tuesday with his family Here. A a a a mrs. Margaret. Mcelwee of port Allegany was the guest of her daughter mrs. Thomas o Brien on sunday. A a a or and mrs. Lawrence Grabe of Daytona Beach. Fla., mrs. G. H Grabe and mrs. Heath of Coudersport were guests of mrs. W. H. Mclean and mrs. C. B. Corwin Friday. A a mrs. Augusta Moose of new Cumberland is visiting at the Home of her daughter. Mrs. Leonard Huffman and husband. A mrs. Lillian Backus will entertain her Bridge club at her Home this saturday afternoon. A a a a or. And mrs. William Smallback and son of Quaker Bridge were sunday guests of or. And mrs. Elmer Crawford. Mrs. H. Of Grabe mrs w h Mcl Ean and son Douglas and mrs c. B. Corwin were dinner guests recently of or. And mrs. Lawrence Grabe of Daytona Beach. Fla., at their summer Home near Coudersport. A a a a mrs. Clayton Crawford will entertain at a Shower Friday evening in Honor of her granddaughter mrs Donna Caskey a recent Bride. A a a capt. Bryce Pierce who is spending several weeks in training with the air corps officers Reserve corps in Pittsburgh was in town monday evening and visited at the Kane Community Hospital to see his new daughter who was born sunday. Or. And mrs Ray Raught of East Smethport who were married so years ago tuesday june 28, celebrated the occasion by entertaining their Friend and relatives at a picnic at Galco Park sunday afternoon. Married in Jefferson county a june 28. 1899. Or. And mrs Raught resided in Bradford before coming to the Smethport area some 20 years ago or. Raught. A former employee of the Dresser manufacturing Dij vision in Bradford retired five years ago despite their advanced age a she is 67, he is 7a�?both Are enjoying Good health or. Raught has a a Small truck farm while his wife keeps Busy every Day with routine House local couple Uel Brale 2.>l ii anniversary keeping. Twelve children were born to the couple four of whom Are dead. Surviving children Are Ralph Ormsby Jesse and Darel Smethport Jerome Bradford mrs. Veda Era by Bradford. Or feed Ham. Martinsville w a mrs Iilda Garrett. Cyclone and mrs Kula car enter bugler a. Deceased children Are staff sergeant Gayle Raught. Who was killed Iii action nov. 18, 1941 in Germain during world War ii mrs Tiju Howard who re tried in Bradford and who died april 1933, and two infants. Of the couples grandchildren 30 Are now living there Are also great grandchildren. Quot Uli Irp of the Bird a s or. And mrs. Andy Peterson were the guests of Honor at a party at their Home sunday evening Given by relatives to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their wedding. There were 30 present during the afternoon and evening. A Buffet supper was served and the honoured couple were presented with a gift of Money. Tile table was attractive with a i Beautiful wedding cake made by or. Peterson a sister. Mrs waiter Johnson of it. Jewett. White tapers and Flowers completed the table decorations. Mrs. Gerda Oakley i Mother of mrs. Peterson poured. I the couple have two children 10 William o. Peterson of peace Dale. R. I., and Donna at Home and one grandchild. Pamela Lee Peterson of peace Dale. Out of town relatives who attended were or. And or Simon Amici son mrs. Ai Gustafson mrs Walter Johnson. Merlin and evcral., Anderson of it Jewett or. And mrs. Earl Bridge Dei Rick City or j and mrs. Axel Anderson. hollow or. And mrs. Rex Wade Tigon and son. Mickey and mrs. Anna j Johnson. Emporium. Patronize our advertisers Veteran Quaker state Man honoured i we. J j a a a -.i., la a rim a a i no / w in a if to / m in u Bradford Era photo Carl Anderson superintendent of the Quaker state Oil refining corp. Plant at Farmers Valley third from left proudly displays the matched Luggage and watch he received at a testimonial dinner in his Honor last thursday night at the fizzell Megivern Camp on Marvin Creek. He retires july i. From left w. L. Pierotti or. Laboratory head who presented the Luggage on behalf of Plant officials and foremen William Cooper master machinist who presented the key to the county jail around or. Andersons neck or Anderson and w h Rock Nian Plant manager who presented the watch on behalf of the with Billie and Anne in Herr and jeers cheers to Dorothy Jean Houck at the Laurel festival. Jeers to the vacation that is getting Shorter. Cheers to the band s Success. They came Iii fourth at Wellsboro and first in port. Allegany. Jeers to Eddie Denning and Bernard Ball for wrecking. Cheers the new buttons for the majorette uniforms. Jeers for not starting the teen age dances. Scandal Emily love a stood up Jim -».Oi. Arc it of sure he was disappointed Eddie Digel from Bradford seems to have a great interest in Jonilyn Peterson. Give him a break or is it still Clermont a bet is a bet especially when it is Worth Money just ask Imogene Harmon. But could t you give in to a a mouse Jonilyn a double Date that is together constant is june Anderson and Chuck Mckeeman Virginia Maynard and Jerry Nelson. Old Umes again have you noticed Mary Ramsey and Jim Mcelhatten. A new steady couple is Theda Atwell and Ralph Brace. Some ii eople Don t realize this so Well Tell you again. Howard Hull and Anne mealy ate going steady. Gail Connors is still interested in Butch Hull. Who is the girl that is interested in Bernard Ball a clue is that she first went with his buddy. Who is the blonde Bob Elias takes Riding through it Alton nearly every night Are you just friends Don Benson is at it again. John Hamilton picks himself a girl and Don takes her this time she is a port girl. Phyllis Johnson from port has been seen a lot lately with Eddie Denning. From our Point of View her stories done to Carlton Denning really has it bad. He goes to port nearly every night. Anna Mckiernan Oliver Pettinati married thursday miss Anna Marie Mckiernan daughter of or. And mrs. Charles Mckiernan of Bush Hill my Oliver Pettei Iati son of or and mrs Peter Pettenati of Crosby were married at 9 o clock thursday morning at St Elizabeth a Catholic Church. For Urban s Barrett pastor performed the double ring ceremony before the altar which \ As decorated with Pink Gladioli. A traditional wedding music was played during the ceremony. Miss Julia Mckiernan sister of tin Bride was Mali of Honor and Waldo Pettenati brother of the Groom was Best Man. Ushers were Charles Mckiernan or. And Charles far. The Bride Given in marriage by i her father wore a floor length em-1 Bro dered White organdy dress Over yellow taffeta with a Light yellow veil who re was draw red from a lace j Tiara. Her Flowers were a colonial bouquet of yellow roses carnations and pompous with Stream is of ribbon and baby breath. Her attendant wore an identical gown Over Green taffeta with Green lace Tiara she carried a bouquet of Pink roses mums and carnations. For her going away coat Limo the Bride wore a Green gabardine suit with White accessories and a yellow Rose Corsage. Immediately Niter the wedding n breakfast was held at the Mckiernan Home for the wedding party followed by a reception in the afternoon for about 50 friends and relatives. Mrs Pettenati is a graduate of the Smethport High school and is employed by the Sylvania Corpora-1 lion in Emporium or Pettenati is also a graduate of the Smethport j High school and is employed at the it Alton Aii it Ort. After a Short wedding trip the couple will reside in Crosby. Out of town guests who attended the wedding were mrs David link Klippi it Ery Rock or. And mrs William link. Butler mrs Fred Brown and son of Williamsport mrs Alec Delaney and daughter Limestone mrs. Carl Johnson Aiken or. And mrs. Francis Quigley and son. Miss Marcella Huff. Mrs. Fred Vail and mrs John Vail. Emporium mrs Robert Castle and daughter Midland mich., and mrs f g Jeffcoat and son of Temple City Calif. Betty Jane Francis is wed to Robert Fronapel the wedding of miss Betty Jane Francis daughter of Harry Richard Francis. Bradford to Robert Dennis Fronapel son of or and mrs. Francis Fronapel also of Bradford took place in St. Francis Chapel Bradford at to a. In. Saturday. The Rev. Carlton Ritchie pastor of St Francis Parish performed the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Henry j quirk presiding at the Organ played a on this Day o Beautiful Mother a a pants Angelicas and a have Maria a a mrs Vincent Walati served As Matron of Honor and Thomas fro Napil As Best Man. The Bride wore an afternoon dress of ice Blue taffeta Over skirt of Blue Marquisette designed with a sweetheart neckline edged with braid. It had Small buttons Down the bodice and a peplum effect around the Waist. She wore a headdress of Matching taffeta trimmed with braid from which fell illusion veiling of Pale Blue and wore White embroidered mitts. She carried White carnations with Blue streamers. Her Matron of Honor wore an afternoon dress of Pink silk with scalloped Bertha Collar Matching hat White gloves and carried Pink carnations. The Mother of the bridegroom wore a Gray Bemberg dress with White accessories and a Corsage of mixed carnations a wedding breakfast was held St the hotel Holley and a reception was held saturday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Howard Reed Bradford. The Home was decorated with mixed Cut Flowers. For travelling the Bride chose a Tan Wool gabardine suit with natural leghorn Straw hat and Green accessories and a Corsage of roses. The couple plan to travel to the Pocono and upon their return will reside in Bradford. The Bride graduated from Smethport High school class of 1942. And is employed by the Mccourt Label co. The bridegroom attended Bradford schools Sod served two and one half years overseas with the u. S. Navy. He is employee at the Kendall refining co. Or. Find mrs. Doyle Raifsnyder who have been visiting at the Home of the former s parents or. And mrs. Olen Raifsnyder will leave today for their Home in Sacramento Calif. Enjoy Al Chr Schenley �?�4,02 953 in in fms Mot urn a a sat Rundio whisky is proof Rex Grain ecu try spirit sch i in in a v c. Thi Moro eos color you want comes in in f1 . Met i ii i it evening r tile june meeting of the we is was held at the quirk Camp Friday evening. June 4th a delicious covered dish supper was served under the direction of Circle i with mrs. Hubert Morrison As chairman. Over forty members and guests were in attendance and enjoyed the hospitality of the quirks a Brief business meeting was held at which the different circles made announcement of their summer plans. Mrs. Floyd Steiner Rew tried that the work of redecorating the basement had been completed and that Circle 6 had made the curtains for the windows. Programs for the veal were distributed by the program committee and a general Survey of the years work Given. Luco Kwik a it drying in a m la i v Vav a my Uno Xvi i a a x i 16 decorator chosen shads make it Aas to achieve distinctive combinations. Luco Kwok Superior Quality makes it easy to get a Satin smooth Bacilli free from Bruit Marks better than pre War Quality Wco Oil r a 9 it $2.10qu, at Masseros it course Library memorial s recent gifts to the memorial fund of the Hamlin school Library Are in memory of Barkley b love but past matrons of 1939-40, . Dist no. La. In memory of Harry g. German by past matrons of 1939-40. O i District no. La. In memory of sgt. Leo Connors by mrs. R Kesslerjr. Claude bullers Agency be Safe insure today a classified and will bring Quick results. Larson greenhouses Floyd e. Case porn Priour phone 24s.i pout Allegany a. Flowers for All occasion Sale Sale Sale summer Coats $29 and $35, reduced to $22 75 hats i lot at.$1.49 i lot $3.00 purses White and figured now at $1.49 All dark coloured hats now reduced Gabriel a the Complete hardware 101 yer. Main Street Smethport touche. Fast thinking a fast stepping fast striking the fencer s quickness is his Protection. So is each Man s alertness the protector of his his family a his business welfare. Let us help you keep your feet on the ground Complete banking facilities Smethport a. Member of Federal Reserve beak system member of Federal Reserve Deposit insurance corp

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