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Smethport Mckean County Democrat (Newspaper) - June 30, 1949, Smethport, Pennsylvania Rage r oui new slate Hoad map available soon to Puhi in the record breaking improve ment program launched by the j Pennsylvania slate Highway department which has made it the leading Post War Road builder in the j nation is reflected in the new edition of the annual official Road map of Pennsylvania. Several innovations have been j added to the map. Major relocation projects now under construction and scheduled for completion during the year Are indicated by Black symbols. These include the construction on u. S 422 Between Butler and new Castle this North of Uniontown us. 322 Northwest of 1 Chester and elsewhere throughout j the state. The Eastern Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike from mid i dle sex to King of Prussia is shown along with Roadside rests that Are being developed by the state department of highways and will eventually number at least one in each county of tile state. Traffic route numbers have been brought up to Date. Pennsylvania state police stations have been revised to meet current locations and airports Are marked. The reverse of tile map contains enlarged maps of principal cities which have also been revised to reflect through traffic routes the cover pictures a typical Pennsylvania landscape the maps Are being distributed without request to Soo hotels. 200 Chambers of Commerce 420 motor clubs within the state initially and a wider distribution will be made As additional copies Are received from Hie primers. The map is free and the state Highway department expects that a Quarter million copies will be needed to meet the demands of motorists. St. Luke s Church in Smethport c. W. Lillibridge Mckean county Democrat farm Bureau news motes Smethport pa., thursday june .50. I94i reports on rotary convention Vav. A. Koss county agent the Mckean county Dairy Herd improvement association completed continued prom Page one to 22nd it of on Panl Ltd 4& cd out that constructive work was i whole year members and one part going Oil. The u n. Lias 3,000 persons year member. Of this number 38 working in its offices and on its committees. The site of tile Perman herds had an average of More than 300 pounds of butterfat. Hie average eld Home at 42-48 streets along the number of cows completing the Lear East River in Manhatten has been were 882 3 which was the largest cleared and the first building is in j number of cows to Complete Assoc a Der construction furthermore dem Tion work in the county. The As socratic nations Are represented in soda Tion average production was die deliberations of the United a g.812 pounds of milk and 348.3 Lions and they Are determined to pounds of butterfat. This is the Sec bring permanent peace to tile world. I a and highest average production for Lii influence of the in. Has a1 univ association year. Bradford Era photo first Iii series of Smethport churches the visit of the first episcopal clergymen to Smethport was Iii 1842, when the Rev. J. B. Pratt visited Smethport and Coudersport. In he Spring of 1843 has in pm tint the fun. Rev. H. W. Onderdonk Bishop of Pennsyl to at Loo Vania made a visitation to Smethport. Another Bish from Quot he profits most who serves ready prevented serious explosions in Many danger spots. He predicted that no major War would take place while the United nations is in session. One of the most interesting programs of the entire convention was the town meeting of the air As conducted by Moderator George v. Denny with these participants Secretary of agriculture Charles f i uranium Carlos p Romulo. Philippine ambassador to the United states Erie Johnson head of the moving picture association add senator j. William Fulbright of Arkansas who discussed the topic Quot How can the free Peoples of the world Best share in each and Well being Quot it was a typical town meet a lug with spicy contributions by the four chief speakers As Well As a it dozen or More made from the audience who Felt the urge to speak on Farmers v Alley mrs. L Braden c to it is Goodwill of the i Rev Alono Potter made i a visitation in 1847. Or Philetus Ford was at this time baptized and confirmed. Clergymen from Coudersport and Wellsboro made Orcas j tonal visits until 1884 when the Rev j Mcalpine Harding of Athens. A came sent by the fit Rev William Bacon Stevens Bishop of Pennsylvania baptized several and celebrated holy communion in september of 1865 Bishop Stevens made a visitation and confirmed mrs. John c. Hamlin and miss Clara m Ford in 1888 the Rev. George c Ratter came As a Elssi Vanry alternating with Emporium. In 1889 the new Bishop of the recently formed diocese of Pittsburgh the it Rev John b Kerfoot made j a visitation and confirmed mrs Mary a Sartwell the Rev Henry s. Let and other clergy visited tile Little Hock of episcopalians i rom time to time. In the Early dais the vacation Bible school program for parents and friends will be had at 8 of clock Friday evening awards for perfect attendance at the sunday school during the past year have been made As follows Marilyn Brown and Ann Braden for 12th year Alverda Norma. Jean Norris for 9th year Jean Bickford. 8th year Ardyce Richord. 7th year. Beverly Bickford. 4th year Murine evicts were sometimes held in the Parker 3rd year Nark and Rowena Baptist or methodist churches or in Van order and Kermit Brown lorjprlv8t Homes. In 1873 the Rev 2nd year. I Thomas a Stevenson came to this tile following Church officers have i Mission alternating with Ridgway 1 been elected for the coming year and then that it a Ltd a Charles f Lewi Durward Wehner class Leader mrs in it smrt of lm7 and i Pauline Finley treasurer miss liar Lien Rev Joel Clark the Lett Rockefeller. Mrs. Bartha scow Rev Hugh q Miller took charge of Den and miss Ann Braden Organ Rio a a Mission july 2u, 1878 from 18,8 its. Durward Wehner was also elect-1 to 1h8u he baptized quite a numbered As a trustee for three years. Of people sunday school officers were elect tile first service and Sermon in Edas follows Harold Burdick. Sup the Frame Church on Fulton Street or intendant Claude Tanner. Asst now ans Anu lutheran Chimin supt. Ardyce Bickford secy. Mrs. Which was erected in 1880. A on Gladys Booth treasurer Alverda the filth sunday after Trinity by 1 Vangorder. Librarian. I the Rev. John Heber Mccandless. Mrs. Elva Marvin and Basil mar who accepted the Rector ship and la j Vin of Duke Center pie. Rodney Gan his Long and great Rector ship of Marvin of it. Belvoir or and mrs. St Luke s Parish the first service Jack Valentour of Kane mrs John in East Smethport was held at the Holmes of Cordule and mrs. John schoolhouse september 19, 1hh0 St Brown and son Kermit were Sun Luke a Guild was organized october Day dinner guests of or. And mrs. 16. 1880 Bishop Stevens consecrate Ward Bickford. De the Church August 21, 1881. Tile or. And mrs. Robert Brown an first pipe Organ in Smethport a sons of Galeton were sunday ghosts a Hist a i ted Jii the old St. Luke a Church of or. And mrs Arthur Hibbard. Nov. 18, 1882 the rectory a built Anita Russel who had been visit in 1884 and still stands and is used ing at the Home of her aunt mrs., today next to the old Church the Robert Brown in Galeton has re Rector the Rev. J h. Moc Andle s. Turned Home. Married Emma Marion Hamlin Oft or. And mrs Herbert Raszmann 26, 1885. A sunday school was or and children of Ormsby were guests Gani Zed in East Smethport August of mrs. Settle Church and other to 8, 18h6. And a lot was Given tor a Cal friends sunday. Chapel there by or. It l. Mccoy in mrs. Charles Crosswhite and Chil october 1887. All saints Chapel at Dren of Buffalo Are spending this Buttsville a. Given by mrs butt week at the Home of her parents and family was removed to Hast or. And mrs. William Burdick Smethport in october and Novera fifteen members of the Martha Ber 1887. And the inst service was Bible class held a meeting at the held there nov. 13, 1887 Home of mrs. Finely pea.,Ley Mon j Al a a a St Mav 19 Day Eye my. Nellie Jones led or Henry ban. Offered Loim id in it i Iona v is. Finances Hup a a new s Church on main by rec a As he Quot quoted at the the our purls timing her birthday an Best Quot to Quot service above the rotary districts of Hie world were re numbered in such a manner As will give the number 259 to what has formerly been our 175th District. Hic convention voted an appropriation of $250,000 per year for a three year period to extend the program of internal Tion Exchange of promising Young College graduates by Means of scholarships two years ago this program included a score of Young men last year there was an Exchange of fifty six of these students. This program has proven so promising in the Field of International understanding Aud Goodwill that it is to be greatly expanded As above indicated. The High Herd was that of Theodore Phalon Turtle Point who had 19 cows that averaged 14,396 pounds it milk and 532 4 pounds butterfat. Other herds making Over 400 pounds of butterfat were comes Dairy Smethport with 39 cows averaging 11,148 pounds of milk and 485 3 pounds of butterfat Mckean county Home had 12 cows averaging 11-823 lbs. Of milk and 470 2 lbs of butterfat h a Thoren port Allegany had 28 cows averaging 12,568 lbs. Of milk Anil 424 6 lbs butterfat John w Carlson had 14 cows averaging 8 093 lbs milk and 420 5 lbs. Butter hit Elmer Croffard had la cows averaging 9.313 lbs milk and 404.7 lbs butterfat one Hundred thirty three cows completed a lactation during the year of 305 Days or less and averaged Over 400 lbs of butterfat. Of this number i produced Over boo lbs. Of butterfat and two Over 700 lbs. Of butterfat the High cow was owned by Theodore Phalon Turtle Point and produced 21 846 lbs of milk and 8168 lbs. Of butterfat being milked three times a Day the second High cow was owned by comes Dairy and produced 17,690 lbs. If milk and 784 6 lbs it butterfat. Thirty two herds had cows producing Over 400 lbs of butterfat there were sixteen cows producing in their life time record Over 3.0uo lbs. Of butterfat. The highest cow in this group was owned by Ideal farm. Kane and in to years 324 Days produced 95,960 lbs of milk and 4 989 3 lbs of butterfat most important Means of improving permanent pasture is timely mowing states or. Ross a pasture which is neither Well grazed nor mown is soon overrun with weeds. The pasture grasses and White Clover Are not Hurt by being kept reasonably i Short but. Such treatment is very hard on the coarser weeds Many of Winch Are resistant to chemicals. If mowed Early Hie roots of the weeds Are weakened seedling is largely prevented and the livestock often will eat the second growth along with the Glass. Uneaten grass soon shoots into head and becomes unpalatable but1 if clipped before the weather becomes too hot and dry it will Send up a new growth of fresh Green Blades and make More arid better pasture throughout the summer. The most valuable part of permanent pasture is the White Clover and it smothers out if the grass gets too a Large. Areas kept Well grazed always have the most Clover and Are most attractive to the livestock Early and close mowing helps to maintain a High Lier cent age of Clover in the pastures. The Clover can Supply the grass with a fairly adequate amount of nitrogen making special application of nitrogenous fertilizer unnecessary. Orchard grass pastures which have gone to seed Are almost worthless but ii clip died it develops new growth. One of the most important Means of holding a Good stand of ladino Clover with Orchard grass is to mow the tall smothering growth of grass As soon As it is Well in head. Cattle pick up and eat some of these partly dry pasture clippings. If the pasture is mown a Little at e time much of the clippings can Cie utilized in this Way. Of they Are very heavy the clipping had better be raked up and removed to prevent smothering the pasture. In mowing pasture tile Mower should be set to Cut As closely As convenient. This prevents tile stubble from interfering with future grazing and keeps weeds from sprouting out below the Cut. Com i i wow milk production in May All time Peak for state More milk was produced on Pennsylvania farms during May than for any other one month since the keep j ing of records was started in 1924, according to the Federal state crop reporting service in tile slate department of agriculture. Shipment of milk to Market was much above a year previous a june i Survey revealed. Increased quantities were being diverted to tile manufacture of Dairy products resulting in a lower average return per hundredweight to the producer. It was Learned. Total milk production for May was 578.00o.uoo pounds 13 per cent above april and six per cent More than in May 1948 production per cow at 24.5 pounds on june i set a new High Mark for that Date one Pound higher than june i. 1948 it was the fifth consecutive month that a new first of the month daily output record was set for each of the respective months. Federal state records disclosed. The number of milk cows on Pennsylvania farms on june i was e timoted at 964.000, insufficient rainfall in Northwestern and Central Pennsylvania counties the first three weeks in May hindered growth of pastures and Hay crops the department said. Rams following May 2o were beneficial but temperatures averaged tar below Normal and accompanied by several frosts retarded growth and damaged stands of Corn and other crops. A prolonged period without measurable precipitation in Early june reduced prospects for Good Grazin and adequate yields of Hay. Kew Helen Marie Kahle daughter of or. And mrs. John Kahle of Rew was Man led to John Lyon Kobe son of i. And mrs. William Kolbe of Derrick City in the Rew Church at 7 of clock Friday evening. The double ring ceremony was performed by Hie Rev. Byron Berry. Miss Marilyn Kahle sister of the Bride was maid of Honor and William Kolbe jr., brother of Hie bridegroom acted As Best Man. A reception was held at the brides Home. Mrs. Zelda Hyatt entertained her Bridge club last week prizes were awarded to Edith Brown Louie Hooper and Bess Dunn or. And mrs. Robert Leslie and family Are spending their vacation in Ohio miss Joan Passmore and Charles Beckwith were married at Hie Bride s Home saturday after Dan. Betty j. Hayes Niece of the Bride was her attendant and James Colligan Wai Best Man. Or and mrs. Robert Ward attended the e Wpc meeting at couders Poi t As delegates for Odd Fellows and Rebekah others from Rew attending were Vera Ebbert Alice Snyder Rhea Clark. Lillian nearing and Edith Brown Rew Ball team Defeated the Bradford indians i to 0 sunday Edith Brown attended the add p. Picnic at port Allegany thursday or and mrs. George Arnett of Bradford were sunday guests of or. And mrs. David Ai Nett. Jack Clark of Jamestown spent the weekend with hts parents i. And mrs. De Clark several families from hew attended the Kendall picnic at wild cat Park june 22 or and mrs Ira Wooster and family called on mrs. Earl Hyatt sunday. Phoenix is the Only City in Ariz Canada has an automobile for Ona having Street cars. Every 8 i inhabitants. Rev. Rodney f. Cobb the Rev William Elmer Van Dyke who had been ids assistant. This Fine and Able priest carried on tile traditions or Mccandless had set and served As Rector until january i. 1943. During this time Many Weie brought into the Church and he was ably assisted by his Good wife Helen Mccoy Van Dyke in the work of the Parish mrs Van i be being organist and choir director for Many years these two Christian people will Long be re Nie inbred in Smethport and Are remembered w Ith Devotion by most of the inhabitants now or. Van de Bel ame Rector emeritus on his retirement and died suddenly july 15. 1945 mrs. Van Dyke died july i 1948. The Rev Rodney Fitzgerald Cobb the present Rector took that office january i 1943, upon Dykes retirement coming from the Rector ship of Trinity Church Rochester pair. Cobb is a native of Iowa a graduate of the state University of Iowa and the general theological Seminary new York City and has this year been in the ministry Twenty live years having begun his priestly services As assistant at his Home Parish. Trinity Cathedral in Davenport. Iowa and then As Carat at Trinity Church. New York City. He then served parishes in Minnesota. Illinois Iowa and new Jersey Elute coming to Pennsylvania. He not Only serves As Rector of St Luke s Church Smethport and it Chapel of All saints in East Smethport but As pastor of St Matthew s Church Eldred and St Joseph Church port Allegany. Services a1 the churches sunday Baptist if i pc ii the word of god is our Standard of Faith and practice a crucified but living Christ our message the holy spirit our Power for life and service the world our Field of responsibility and the coming again of Christ our blessed Hope. Sunday service 10 a Rny sunday school. 11 a. In. Morning worship message by the pastor. 7 30 p service. Message by the pastor song service and testimony meeting. Monday 6 30 p in. A Bible club at tile Church. Ages 5-13. Wednesday 7 30 up. In. A prayer meeting and Bible study. Class in the study of the hebrew Tabernacle occasion being her Niv Ersary. She received gifts and a lunch was served. Emily love returned sunday from Bradford where she had been the guest of or. And mrs. Robert Berg. Nola Rogers of Coudersport is the guest of Valley relatives this week. Teen dances to he resumed when asked How he liked England Atter he had returned from service the Salesman replied Quot Well if the Beer had been As cold As the soup and the soup As hot As the wine and the wine As old As the Chicken and the Chicken As Young As the maid and the made As eager As the Duchess id still be by accepted and ground was broken for the present edifice May 12, 1891 the Cornerstone of the new Church was Laid july 14, 1891. The new Church was consecrated holy Cross Day sept. 14. 1892, at a very Beautiful service by the it. Rev. Cortlandt Whitehead. Bishop of Pitts-1 resumed for the third season at Burgh. The Sermon was preached j 1 legion Home next tuesday eve by the Rev. Manson Byllesby. Rector rung. July 5th. Dancing will begin of Emmanuel Church Allegany Inow i do m Oclock and end at la 30 of clock teen Ace dance sponsored by the j Junior auxiliary of the legion will he had Hung around the House All evening sampling Papas wine and using up the juice on the radio. Finally he made this Flat state mrs c. L. Sparks and mrs. Leonard Moore will be chaperones for the dances. North Side Pittsburgh pts a whom octave or week of festival services was held to Mark this consecration. St. Luke a Church is of 14th Century English gothic architecture w Halsey Wood being the architect. It is one of the most Beautiful Church a at filter a Utility Oil i ice it is in this Section and should be local auxiliary members Early lipping improves farms pastures next to Lime and fertilizer the morning worship at la a in service at Davis 4 p in. Picnic ? upper at 5 30 p in. Service at Davis at 6 45 p in. Wednesday july 6th quarterly Church meeting at 7 45 p in the methodist Hur to Rev e j. Burton minister third sunday after Trinity 9 45 a in a Church school world service program under the direction of miss car be a Day. La a in divine worship. Morning player and Sermon Ansgar ii s Luther an Chi pc of Rev. C. O Thunberg pastor 3rd sunday after Trinity 10 a in Church school. 11 a. service. All Are Welcome St l l be s episcopal Iii pc of the Rev Rodney f Cobb Rector 3rd sunday after Trinity 9 a. In Parish communion and i Sermon. The la o clock eucharist will be at i St. Josephus port Allegany. Monday. Independence Day 9 a. In Matins and holy eucharist. All Welcome my Unis o api i last Smethport 3rd sunday after Trinity 8 a. In. Holy communion. Visited. The Rev. John Heber Mccandless retired from the Rector ship in 1909 after a Noble service As Rector build ment to the girl Friend Quot in a going ing re Church not Only physically. To kiss a out through his teaching and Beau her reply a Well do it while i m i us services building Hie spiritual still Young Quot fabric of the Parish. St. Luke s was noted for its splendid music and services and its Loyal traditions to the Best that the episcopal Church has to offer. He was succeeded by borne hives contain As Many As 70,000 bees. Members of Hie legion auxiliary who attended the Intel county Council held in sugar Grove last saturday were mrs. William Reese mrs c l Sparks. Mrs. George Sharro and mrs. Leonard Moore. The group held election of officers and mrs Reese was elected historian and mrs. Moore chaplain. A left handed pull hitter in baseball usually hits to right Field St. Elizabeth s Chi sch Rev. For. Urban s. Barrett pastor masses at 8 and 10 15 of clock every sunday morning. St. Weekday masses. Monday through Friday at 7 45 a. In. Saturday at b 15 a. In. First Friday of each month mass the Rev Rodney it Cobb. Rector at 7 30 a. In. Evangelical United Brethren Farmers Valley the Rev. Cecil Ross pastor 9 30 a worship service. 10 30 a. In. Sunday school 7 30 p. In youth Fellowship. 7 45 p. In wednesday mid week prayer and Praise service. 8 p. In. Second sunday of the month menus meeting. 8 of p Iii second Friday of the month w s. W. A Caryville 10 30 a. school. 11 30 a. In worship service. 7 45 p. In. Tuesday prayer service Ejust Smethport 10 30 a in. Sunday school. 7 45 p. In worship service. 7 45 p in. Thursday prayer and Praise service. Hetu a methodist i i Rah the Rev. J h. Bailey minister sunday services 10 a in a Church school in 40 a. In. Morning worship. Crosby methodist Church the Rev. J. H. Bailey minister sunday service 10 15 a in Church school pedal song period for the children. 11 30 a in morning worship evangelical Mission Chi re ii Pine is. Kenneth a Berlin pastor Friday july 1st vacation Bible school program at tile Church at 7 45 p. In. Sunday july 3rd sunday school at a 4& a in. Ketola mks. Frank Oviatt Corre it pm indent or. And mrs. Robert Taylor Are parents of a son Philip Allen born sunday june 26. It Mountain clinic at Olean weight 6 pounds 7 ounces. Mrs. Taylor is tile Lourier Thelma Minnier. Daughter of or and mrs. I Arthur Minnier. Or. And mrs John Fredericks of Beaver Falls were guests of or. And mrs. G. C. Rowley sunday. Mrs Fredricks is the former Bernice j Oviatt of Farmers Valley i hey were married saturday at Beaver Falls sgt. Leslie Campbell and mrs Campbell of fort Meade md., Are visiting his parents or. And mrs. I Paul Campbell and family. Or. And mrs. Arthur Gallup and mrs. Betty Richardson attended tile wedding of the formers son. Wiur Rudolph Gallup to Emily Jean Dang of at Elmira n y. Sunday. Or. And mrs. Raymond Bailey called on relatives Iii Bradford last i sunday. Miss Mary Rena Bailey student nurse at Sayre Hospital is spending a Lew Days Here with Lier parents or. And mrs. Win. Bailey. Diet Gallup of new Jersey is visiting at the Home of Pauline and Priscilla Gallup. Or. And mrs. John Ashby and family have returned from Florida and will remain Here for some time. Karl Dittmar of Williamsport was a caller in town last week. Frank Oviatt caught a Brown Trout 23 inches Long and weighing 4g pounds one evening last week ill potato Creek. Or and mrs. Raymond Elliott and children of Portville were guests of or. And mrs. J. C. Calhoun Sun i Day. Indo China is 20 times As France. Large each Day about 5000 Long distance trucks enter new York City. 4th july food needs w Center Street Market of in 9 to 9 every Dav a also sundays better values new 15 lbs. I Large 2 for. Potatoes k. 55c j caul la Lopes 35c fresh Ripe tomatoes. La 15c California oranges . 49c Doz. New cabbage solid Heads. In. 5c fresh carrots. 2 Bunches 19c fresh Green string Beans 2 lbs. 29c Pur Snow Reg. $2 05 Kiah r 2.�?~.�sad it si.79 Tomato juice Handy Brand. It of. Can 21c Macaroni. Vinco Brand. 3 la. Box 39c Corn flakes Large Box .17c Rensi washing powder Box 26c Campbells pork and beans.2 cans 27c Mill Creek Dili pickles it. Jar.33c poll Vagina Sweet peas2 no. 2 cans 29c we have them direct from record runs in americans largest cities in prion of i Tao i c. Harry Taylor fri�4lj Hill a i Iiri Rio a it men Only f Vining show of 9 . One Day Oney Friday Del so i Ona irs Difo to it a picnic needs a a a old dutch it. Miracle whip it. Salad dressing Joe salad dressing47c i la Limburger Heese. Mohawks a 69c Sweitzer Heese a-1 Quality. In 85c Dairy Heese. Mfd Sharp the 59c in Grade wieners. Ii Grade Bacon. Pimento loaf. Fresh ground beef. 49c la. Large Bologna sliced it 45c pork roast meaty Boston Cut 49c in Cut up Spring chickens by Grade canned i Lam. It 87c smoked Bologna ready to eat Ham Blue Bonnet Oleo Swift s Brookfield butter again Spring farm milk breast. In 95c legs. In 89c necks backs 39c bicep Lee Cream 2 pts.49c butt half la 63c Shank half to 59c Center slices la 79c _ 2 to 59cla 65c .3 cans 31c

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