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Smethport Mckean County Democrat (Newspaper) - May 14, 1964, Smethport, Pennsylvania Page two thursday May 14,1964 Mckean county Democrat Smethport Mckean co., pa., thursday May 14, 1964 Henry a. Satterwhite. Publisher and editor Kenton c Abbey. Managing editor c. K. Ruoff. Business manager Ruth Long. Society editor entered at poet office at Smethport. Pa., As second class matter published every thur publication office main St. Smethport a. A of Smethport and Vicinity a mrs. Ethel Lindgren was i a or. And mrs. Tom Schuler hostess to members of the Mir of Buffalo spent the Mother Iam unit of the . When Day weekend with the latter they met tuesday evening at Mother mrs. Marie Hamilton Trinity lutheran Church. And grandmother mrs. Cather a mrs. Robert Gault and daughters spent the weekend with her parents or. And mrs. Louis Manfield in Gold a. A or. And mrs. Kenton Abbey called on mrs. J. R. Mcelhattan a patient in Bradford Hospital. Sunday evening. A or. And mrs. Clifford Wiltse and Bobby of Allegany and or. And mrs. Ernest Rathfon of Ine Reader. A or. And mrs. Merle eng str Ora called on mrs. Paul Zelinka in the Highland Hospital in Rochester sunday and report that mrs. Zelinka was to be discharged from the Hospital and returned to her Home in Whitesville n. Y., on wednesday of this week. Mrs. Zelinka is the former Roselle Kreger Mckean county Home economist. Dur Millport were last sunday Quot her guests of or. And mrs John a Quot pc ads rom need Ltd a Mcm i us. A miss Janet Stevens and Carol Gustafson Are guests of mrs. Phyllis mealy in Columbus Ohio. A John and Larry Tanner have been discharged from Olean general Hospital. A mrs. Goldie Acker has returned Home from Miami fie., where she had spent the Winter months. She was accompanied Home by her daughter in Law mrs. Albert Acker of Franklin pa., who along with her husband spent mothers Day Here. A John Rose is undergoing tests at Bradford Hospital. A mrs. Addio Crawford of port Allegany is a guest of or. And mrs. By in anus Pierce. A mrs. Anna Carlson is a patient in port Allegany Hospital. A mrs. Andy Peterson who had been a patient in Olean general Hospital for five weeks returned her to her Home last thursday. A mrs. John Keams and her son and wife. Or. And mrs. John t Keams of Bradford were guests of or. And mrs. John rom last sunday. A or. And mrs. Ronald Hoffman and children of Titusville spent mothers Day at the Home of or. And mrs. Jesse Raught. A mrs. Olive Mckeirnan was the guest of her daughter mrs. Joseph Faes and family in Crosby for Mother Day. Many Kean county and told the eng Stroms How much they meant to her during her Long stay in hospitals. A mrs. M. F. Mckeirnan will be hostess to the thursday club at luncheon followed by Bridge at her Home today. Ideal Rebekah Lodge held a regular meeting at their Lodge rooms wednesday night. A among Smethport residents who attended the Eldred Grange card party saturday evening were mrs. Nellie Bridge. Mrs. Nora Dickinson mrs. Marion Ness mrs. Celia Siskar mrs. Gertrude Sparks and mrs. Evelyn Winslow. A mrs. Kermit Winslow is in Belfast n. Y., for several Days this week helping her father James Bloomster get ready to sell his Home and move to Smethport to make his Home with or. And mrs. Winslow. Mrs. Leon Griffin granddaughter of or. Bloomster was in Belfast monday. A mrs. Charles Cooper is a patient in Kaul memorial Hospital St. Marys. A or. And mrs. John j. Hungerford spent sunday in Salamanca As guests of or. And mrs. Charles Barranco. A the East Smethport civic improvement club met monday evening at the Home of in. Edna Mencer. A or. And in. Raymond Okerlund of it. Jewett were dinner guests of their Uncle and aunt or. And in. William Maria Billitier miss Maria Billiter daughter of or. And mrs. Alphonse Billi tier of East main Street Smethport has been selected to attend a summer High school science and mathematics pro Sam at Murray by state a Liege from june 15 to aug. 7. A Junior at Smethport area High school miss Billitier will participate in the program with too students who won the Honor in Competition with 350 persons. Hamlin Library memorial recent contributions to the memorial fund of the Hamlin Library in memory of in. Mabel Gallup Ashby or. And mrs. C. W. Hoover. In memory of Frank h. Kohne of new Brighton or. And mrs. Robert a. Digel or. In memory of Harar d. Lane or. And mrs. Donald r. Johnson Martha e. Colegrove. Travellers club elects officers for coining term officers whose terms had expired were elected by the Smethport travellers club during a meeting last saturday. Mrs. Robert Ward whose term As president of the club will not expire until next year conducted the meeting. These officers were elected 1st vice president mrs. Keith Loucks. 2nd vice president a mrs. Howard Wright. Secretary mrs. E. A. Guen ter. Treasurer in. E. H. Lopus. Assistant secy. A in. Olive Schreiber. In. Ward announced these committee appointments program mrs. Olive Schreiber mrs. Worth w. Smith and in. Howard Wright. Sunshine a in. Kenneth Daugherty in. Elbertha Burdie and miss Alma Field. Legislation and conservation mrs. C. J. Alderfer mrs. Rabin Provost and mrs. Howard Wright. Education and state legislation in. E. A. Guenter mrs. Anna Megivern and mrs. Worth bouchr4 studio mrs. L. L. Cordner. Care Jane Barmen Carol Ferman parents of a son a son Andrew was Bora on wednesday May 6, to or. And mrs. Milton Lopus of Smethport at the port Allegany Hospital. Or. And in. E. W. Lopus of Smethport Are grandparents of the infant. The maternal grandparents Are deceased. A Glenn Burton returned Home a a last week from Buffalo where Cooper saturday. I i a a Gertrude Mccarthy who he been 8 patient at Kaul Art Vogel following surgery at memorial Hospital has been discharged and returned Home. A or. And in. James Kelley of Rochester n. Y., were guests of his parents or. And mrs. Al win Kelley for mothers Day. Ive and daughter Mary of a pa., were weekend guests Paul Isadore wins tractor driving contest Paul a a Butch Isadore of Smethport with 443 Points won the annual Potter Mckean future Farmen of America a Safe tractor driving contest saturday at Ulysses. Smethport Fra members scored heavily in the contest. Bill Ford of Smethport was 3rd with 416 Points and Gary Isadore was 4th with 406 Points. The three Best tractor Drivers from each of the five schools taking part worked All morning to display their beat skills Ana knowledge of farm Tracton to determine the Winner. Paul Isadore will represent Potter Mckean Fra at a state contest in state College next month. The contest included exercises in trouble shooting tractor maintenance written tests annual record of the Home farm tractor and several phases of driving skill. Lewis Chambers of Smethport a member of the agricultural education staff of the Aret conducted the examinations in n n a i f tractor maintenance. All of the becomes Bride of zsjuf1"01 m w. Smith. I Jas Musab Cru l l Cordner welfare a mrs. Elbertha Bur Jdie mrs. E. H. Lopus and miss a White silk organza Over Taf Alma Field. J a Wii w0� mrs. Guenter give a very in miss Carol Jane Ferman Daugn Teresing report on the meeting i ter of or. And mrs. Ctr i Fer of the Mckean county faders-1 Man of . 3, Smethport for Tion of women a clubs in Kane. Her marriage to Lawrence l. It was pointed out that the federation was organized in 1895 and the Smethport travellers club joined the next year 1896. Smethport Bradford and Kane clubs were among the first members of the county federation. Mrs. Ward read two timely poems a a mothers love and a a decoration Day the treasurers report for the year was presented by mrs. Anna Megivern. Members of the luncheon committee saturday were mrs. Daugherty mrs. Loucks and mrs. Wright. Millard Filmore Hospital. A or. And mrs. Jack Burton and Charles Dickerson were Erie visitors tuesday. A Burg Rifle came Home sunday fro Mountain clinic where org us in Clark hag re. E a been a patient turned Home from Akron Ohio miss Carol Kelley daughter when so had been visiting at a a a the Homo of her Aon Robert and family. A miss Mary leu Burlingame student at St. Bonaventure University spent the mothers Day weekend with her parents or. And mrs. Fred Burlingame. Of or. And mrs. Al win Kelley of Smethport recently spent several Days at the worlds fair before returning to Rochester n. Y., where she is employed. A miss Julie Zawacki of Sacramento calif., will arrive next week to visit or. And mrs. Carl Ohman and other area relatives. A St. Luke a altar Guild Tex received memorials for Waldo Sasse by miss Dora Keenan and miss Anne Clark. A or. And mrs. Hugh Fry will leave Friday for Ann Arbor mich., to bring their daughter miss Becky Fry Home for the summer vacation from the University of Michigan. A the Betula methodist Church has received memorials in memory of Frank Oviatt by mrs. Harriet Minnier or. And mrs. Glenn Minnier or. And mrs. Robert Taylor and family or. And mrs. John Raszmann Rev. J. H. Bailey Betula friends and mrs. Bernard crinoids. A or. And mrs. Edw. Dolmen sch spent the weekend in Corning by Ai guests of the latter sister miss Florence Dwyer. A or. And mrs. Gerald Mencer and children of Hamburg n. Y., a pent mothers Day with his Mother mrs. Edna Mencer. A or. And mrs. Alfred Kleisath have received word that their son Jerry employed rules powder co. Del., has been Transfer his company to Dallas Texas. He and his wife will visit Here with his parents before reporting to Dallas about june i. A Leland Johnston of Corry called on his father j. J. Johnston sunday. Or. And mrs. Howard Defi Baugh of Johnsonburg were the ests of the former father Enjamin Defibaugh sunday. A or. And mrs. Lawrence Redington and son Larry of Bradford were guests of her father Earl Gallup sunday. A or. And mrs. William Colegrove to of mrs. George Richards or. And mrs. Robert Curran and miss Martha Colegrove and enjoyed a family dinner on mothers Day at the Curran Home. Besides the Colegrove family out of town guests were or. And or. Jerry Curran of Hon Eye a. A or. And mrs. Vincent Yanello and children of Tonawanda n. Y., were mothers Day guests of her parents or. And mrs. A. Z. Hileman. A or. And mrs. A. N. Isen Berg of Richmond va., were recent guests of her parents or. And mrs. Leo Herzog. A mrs. Carolyn Penn is Home from Bradford Hospital where she had been a patient. A or. And mrs. M. F. Mckeirnan or. Were in Emporium the fore part of this week taking care of their son Michael a children while the parents attended the world fair in new York. A mrs. Barbara limn is a patient in port Allegany Hospital. A mrs. Edna Lathrop is a patient in Kane Community Hospital. A mrs. Lawrence Faes is Home from Kaul memorial Hospital in St. Marys where she had been a patient. A or. And mrs. William Bush and daughter Mary Kay of Cheektowaga n. Y., spent theto. _ mothers Day weekend with his v och i i Roll to parents or. And mrs. A. G. Bush. Fora Tuiai Weir Yod by the her->., Wilmington transferred by Carol Hanson William Houlett wed in Virginia St. Louis Church at Groveton va., was the setting for the wedding of miss Carol Ann Hanson of Alexandria va., and William Raymond Houlet jr., on May 2. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Robert c. Brooks assistant pastor at i . For the daughter of or. And mrs. Lavern e. Hanson of Ormsby and the son of William r. Houlett of Sandusky Ohio. A White sheer Nylon gown fashioned with a Back buttoned jacket was the attire of the Bride whose Headpiece held a tiered veil of English illusion. She chose White accessories and a White Carnation Corsage. Her attendant Misa Gail Guenter of Smethport wore a Pink Jersey dress Pink and White accessories and carried Pink carnations. Richard Lavern Hanson of new Britain conn., served As Best Man and or Hanson gave his daughter in marriage. The Bride donned a Pink and White Linen suit for a trip to Sandusky Ohio. Mrs. Houlett was graduated from the Smethport area High school with the class of 1963 and is employed by the Federal aviation administration Washington . Or. Houlett a serving with the army. He is a graduate of Margueritta High school. The couple will reside at 1411 new Nachiem Road Alexandria. A Clyde a a Bill Mong of Branchport n. Y., returned last monday to his Home after spending sunday with or. And mrs. William Sayre and family. A mrs. C. R. Long spent the weekend at the Home of her daughter mrs. Robert Bamat and family in Kane. A mrs. Connie Eaton and infant daughter Are Home from St. Francis Hospital in Olean. A Misa Vera Cordy entertained club 8 at Bridge at her Home monday evening. A St. Priscillas Guild will meet at St. Luke a Parish House at 7 30 . Monday. Or. C. Sasse attended funeral services for his brother Waldo Sasse in Kane thursday. Also attending the funeral were or. And mrs. Harold be and mrs. Wayne Johnson and Thomas mothers paid Cordner jr., son of James Cordner of Bradford and the late mrs. Cordner. The 12 00 noon double ring ceremony at the Smethport methodist Church was performed on saturday May 9, by the Rev. John a. Squires pastor before an altar decorated with candelabra and vases of assorted Flowers. Mrs. Bernard Ball Church organist played traditional wedding music and miss Vivian Hirsch of Albin n. Y., a Cousin of the Bride was Tbs soloist. A Bateau neckline embroidered in lace and seed pearls and Long fitted sleeves were featured on the fitted bodice which topped the embroidered Over skirt of the brides gown. Her bouffant veil of illusion was held by a Headpiece of silk organza petals and Flowers and she carried a Cascade bouquet of White carnations and yellow roses. She was Given in marriage by her father. Miss Joyce Jackson Coudersport the maid of Honor wort a cocktail length Sheath gown of Aqua Blue Peau de sole fashioned with a floor length Over skirt with Rose detail. Her Matching Aqua Blue Rose Headpiece was decorated with pearls and secured her circular bouffant veil. She carried a bouquet of yellow carnations. The bridesmaids. Mrs. William Johnson of Bradford and miss Cecilia Rosenswie Smethport. Wore identical ensembles to that of the Honor attendant and carried bouquets of Aqua Blue and White carnations. Miss Donna Ferman wearing a White Dacron dress and carrying a Basket of Rose petals was her Sisters Flower girl. James r. Cordner of Bradford served As his brother a Best Man and John Zimmerman also of Bradford and or. Johnson ushered. A reception for 150 guests was held St the Nelson Street fire Hall in Smethport following the ceremony. Music was furnished by the Duke Dawson Trio. On their return from their wedding trip to Niagara Falls the couple will live at 185 w. Washington St. Bradford mrs. Cordner is a graduate of Smethport High school and is employed As a stenographer at Clark Bro. Co., Olean. Her husband a graduate of Bradford High school is employed by Owens Illinois paper co. Of Bradford. Participated. Dairy judging Winner Paul Isadore of Bucktail chapter future Farmers of America Smethport placed 4th in Dairy cattle the Aniual Rudgin Norma loot farm Bucktail chapter participating in the contest were Bill Ford Dan Elliott and Richard Peterson. Contest Friday at the Norman members of Lennie Kay Ferraino or. And mrs. Joseph Ferraino announce the engagement of their daughter lemme Kay to Gary Heriot son of or. And mrs. Robert Herzog All of Smethport. Mias Ferraino was graduated from Smethport area High school with the class of 1962 and is employed at the army auditing Agency Washington . A 1960 graduate of Smethport area High schoo., or. Herzog is to be graduated from lock Haven state teachers College this month. The wedding is to be solemnized june 13 at a nuptial mass in St. Elizabeth a Church Smethport. A or. And mrs. Charles Foster of Emporium were mothers Day guests of their daughter mrs. Robert Mckeirnan and family. A or. And mrs. E. G. Potter returned the latter part of last week from a vacation trip to Florida. A John and Larry Tanner Are patients in Olean general Hospital. A or. A. G. Bush entertained members of the fortnightly club at luncheon at the colonial hotel followed by Bridge at her Home wednesday afternoon. A Frank and Lawrence Faes Robert Gault Melvin Gustafson electric Range cooking utensils by daughters a tribute to mothers at a banquet Given wednesday of Lait . At utensils in today a housewares methodist Church in Smethport departments can be confusing Sung by Sandra Freer i to anyone buying for herself or Copper aluminium stain i the array of surface cooking was Becky Gustafson Josephine Feit and Gens Herzog. Digel of St. Louis mo., who miss Laura Anderson recited a poem and comments were As a gift. To answer the questions of which to buy. Follow these e w be Sug cations for electric Range Cook g from Home econ who Marie Stickle. A mrs. C. J. Alderfer entertained the Canasta club at her Home saturday evening. A or. And mrs. Rabin Provost Are vacationing at their cottage in Elberta Ala. A the East Smethport e. U. B. Church honoured All mothers present at the sunday morning service by presenting a Bern with a Carnation at the conclusion of the service in Observance of mothers Day. Weaver were in Sharon Over the weekend taking part in the Mena state Bowling tournament. A mrs. Melvin Gustafson spent the weekend in Kane As guest of her father Albert Friedl and sister mrs. Ray Phillips and family. A a. D. Jones who had been the guest of or. And or. William Cooper or. For the past two weeks left monday for Newark Ohio where he will visit his Brothers before returning to his j Home in Florida. Made by mrs. Robert Digel jr., say mrs. C. L. Robey mrs. Edna medium weight aluminium Freer mrs. Dora Colosimo and utensils a the mat desirable mrs. Robert Gault at the meet material for use with an elec my attended by 150 mothers and Trie Range. Aluminium utensils it Are rated tops because they god daughters mrs. Wallace Anderson presented gift certificates to mrs. Mabel Morrison oldest Mother mrs. Herman staunching youngest mrs. Leon Griffin most daughters and mrs. Harold is of s Digel St. Louis mo., who travelled the greatest distance. I clan members of Circle 7 taking Art in a play entitled a Moses the bulrushes a were the mesdames Digel jr., Bernard Gault Raymond Bloss Jay Snyder Frank Rugh Robert callers and Keith Hora. Mrs. Kermit Winslow served As general chairman. Circle i members were in charge of decorations and individual Carnation corsages were made by mrs. Grace Rosa program chairman. Duct and Transfer heat evenly and respond quickly to temperature changes. Stainless steel alone tends to give uneven heating patterns and so is usually combined with copped aluminium or other metals for improved heat distribution. Cast Iron utensils beat slowly but retain heat once the desired temperature is reached. In the same category Are porcelain enamelled cast Iron utensils. Painting with fabric results in colourful decorative pictures you done to have to be a Genius with a Paintbrush to create handsome pictures. An interesting new crafts and one that will satisfy your creative Talent is making pictures with Cotton fabrics. Just select an attractive print stitch around the design quilt mount and Frame. The result a distinctive three dimensional picture that looks for All the world Uke an of painting. The Best piece to find feb rec suitable for your Quot painting Quot is in the Home furnishings feb rec department. Cotton drapery material lands itself Well to this Croft since it has on interesting texture end will Quot give Quot when stuffed. It else offers the widest Range of Rich colors and designs. For the tradition aunt there Are Scenic prints like a grandma Moses or a Currier and Ives design. And for the modern Art enthusiast even Picasso designs Are now available in handsome decorator Cottons. In selecting your fabric look for a material with a design Large enough to be Cut for quilting without overlapping the repeated Motif. Cut the desired picture Tram your fabric Ley it face Down end cover with a thin layer of quilting Cotton end a piece of medium weight Terleen or crinoline Cut to the some size. Pin or Baste together end quilt in the right Side with your sewing machine. Stitch around objects in the picture using Matching thread. Then turn your picture Over and make Small slits in the crinoline behind the stitched objects. Ute a Small pick to stuff additional Cotton filler in these areas for a raised or three dimensional effect. Larger objects in the picture can be stuffed to stand out As much As one half Inch. Now Staple the quilted picture to a piece of corrugated cardboard or building Board and slip into a Frame. Simple wide Frame Are most effective Ami your fabric pictures jul Abow to beet advantage when not under glue. Another technique is to Cut a a Ingle Large Motif from a print applique it to e solid color feb rec end quilt. A lifelike Floral print a fruit design Aren Alice in wonderland pattern Ere possible choices. Whether your Home is modern traditional or a Little bit of both you can find almost any Type of design you desire in today a extensive lines of Cotton fabrics. And you can create colourful and decorative pictures for any room in the House. Student new Kenneth l. Holmberg has been initiated to Phi Eta chapter of Phi Sigma Epsilon fraternity at Clarion state College. He a a Sophomore major in mathematics and physics and a member of the a Capella choir. The Eon of or. And in. J. Alfred Holmberg of Lantz Corners we graduated from Smethport area High school with the clan of 1962. Talk about evil rights is Given at rotary club Milton Dodge president presided at the monday luncheon meeting of the Smethport rotary club held at the colonial hotel and reminded members planning to attend the rotary International convention in Toronto can., to make reservations soon. Principal speaker of the meeting we Charles Lillibridge Smethport who spoke on civil rights. Announcement we made that Honor students of the Smethport Junior senior High school would be guests of Honor at next mondays luncheon meeting of the club. Attending were Raymond Hall of port Allegany James of Mara of Bradford and judge Glenn Mencer of Eldred. Dinner we served to 29 guests. Parents of a son a son Ronald Arlyn was born to or. And mrs. Harry comes at the port Allegany Hospital on saturday May 9. Grandparents Are or. And mrs. Charles Bennett of Ormsby. Card of thanks i wish to sincerely thank everyone for card and visits i received during my stay in St. Francis Hospital Olean. George m. Ross engagement prof. And mrs. Charles part Chey of refinance Ohio formerly of Smethport announce the engagement of their daughter Susan Elizabeth to Charles Weston Warren. Jr., son of or. And mrs. Charles Weston Warren sr., of Upperville a. Miss Partchey who is a graduate of Smethport area joint High school and Shenandoah College and conservatory of music attended Mansfield St 4 College and studied for several years with Eleanora Grey a former concert pianist at the Lewis Emory school of music. She is at the present time piano and vocal instructor at the Lancaster Day school a preparatory school affiliated with the Franklin and Marshall College. Or. Warren is a graduate of St. James school attended the University of Virginia and is a senior at the University of Richmond. Judith Ann Fay George Burt wed in Olean or. And mrs. Michael Fay of East Smethport announce the marriage of their daughter Judith Anne to George l. Burt of Roulette. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Earl h. Bell in Trinity methodist Church Olean on april la 1964. Attendants were or. And mrs. Charles Geraer of Roulette. The Bride is a graduate of Smethport area High school and is employed As an operating room technician at Bradford Hospital. Or. Burt was graduated from port Allegany High school and is employed at Burts garage in Roulette. The couple will reside in Roulette. Susan Engstrom wins first in essay contest Susan Engstrom has been judged the first place Winner in the recent National a employ the handicapped contest in Smethport area High school. Other Smethport High Winner were 2nd�?William Aggas. 3rd�?douglas Meley. 4th�?Ann Squires. Announcement of the winners was made by Glenn Ryan manager of the Bradford office of the Pennsylvania state employment service. All students who participated in the essay contest will receive certificates of award. Today9s recipe baked Acorn Squash 3 Acorn Squash 2 c. Canned applesauce it c. Brown sugar 1 tbsp Lemon juice a a c. Broken Walnut meats it c. Seedless raisins 2 tbsp butter scrub Squash halve Lengthwise and remove seeds and stringy portions. Combine All ingredients except butter. Place mixture in Squash halve. Dot with butter. Place Squash in baking dish and add enough hot water to cover Bottom of dish. Bake covered at 400 degree f. For 45 to 60 min., or until Squash is tender removing cover after 20-30 min. Serves 6. Study Grant Given Dean a. Lopus Dean a. Lopus son of or. And mrs. Edwin Lopus Smethport has received a National science foundation Grant. He is an elementary teacher in the Penn Hills school District near Pittsburgh. Or. Lopus will attend Eastern Michigan University this summer to continue his study for a masters degree. The Mckean Clinty heart commute Mckean county heart Committer Chris Clit Smethport use Decimal Dollar British Commonwealth countries such As India Pakistan and Ceylon have switched to a Decimal Zed Rupee. Canada and Singapore use the Decimal Dollar. Uncle Sam in Panama the United states acts As employer landlord doctor Butcher Baker and laundry Man to 42,000 residents of the canal zone in Panama. Dependability your doctor knows that to can count on your druggists efficiency and accuracy whenever he needs a prescription filled in a hurry for you or a member of your family. Main Street Smethport pm. 887-5858 we have been entrusted with filing approximately 250,000 prescriptions�?140,000 new ones plus thousands of refills your Rex All drug store

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