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Smethport Mckean County Democrat (Newspaper) - November 19, 1970, Smethport, Pennsylvania Toff tuft thursday new who t9, 1970 Mckean county Democrat Smethport Mckean co., pa., thu., november 19, 1970 Henry a. and editor mrs. Regena love. Society editor second class postage paid at Smethport. Pennsylvania 16749 published tui vday publication office main St., Smethport a. I Smethport and Vicinity a Phoenix chapter . Will hold a vegetable soup Sale Friday nov. 20th at the . Dining Hall. To order Cam 465-9005 or 887-5300. Please bring containers. A mrs. Elaine Palmer of main Street has returned Home after undergoing Eye surgery at the Robert Packer Hospital in Sayre. A mrs. Cleve a Osckle is patient in the port Allegany Hospital. A mrs. Paul Nourse and mrs. Ann Abbey returned last week by plane after spending a week at it. Dona Fla. A mrs. Potts Maxwell and Jack Barnhart of Caledonia n. Y., called on mrs. Cleve Vansickle at the port Allegany Hospital sunday and later visited the former a parents or. And mrs. Robert Smith or. Of Marvin Creek. A mrs. Ann Cleveland min. Marie Carlson and mrs. Donna Larson were Olean victors tuesday. A or. And mrs. Paul Fitch were Sayre visitors Friday. A miss Mary Griffin who has a position in Washington . Spent the weekend with her parents or. And mrs. Leon Griffin of King Street. A mrs. Elias sir nth recently retinue to her Home on East main St. After being the guest of her Cousin mrs. Harold Davis of North Warren. She also visited or. Aid mrs. Willard Johnson and miss Catherine Johnson of Warren who were at one time Smethport residents. A mrs. Lorena Mayo and mrs. Rae Giroux Ace the guests of mrs. Mayors daughter mrs. Katie Nichols and family of North Carolina. A mrs. Linda Ness of Warren visited her sister in. Robert Nick and family of West main Street recently. A mrs. Sharon Delancy and son were guests of or. And mrs. John Mcgavisk jr., and family of West main Street Friday. A mrs. Robert Armstrong and children of Yorkshire ., were guests of or. And mrs. Russell Chesnut of Caryville sunday. Social notes a the Dee trailers campers met sunday at the Sharon Grange Hall in Shinglehouse for a 2 . Thanksgiving dinner followed by a business meeting. Committee for the occasion were or. And mrs. Don c. Nelson of Smethport or. And mrs. John Carlson of port Allegany and or. And mrs. Dick Efing Ham of Shinglehouse. A mrs. Grace Cummings entertained the fortnightly club wednesday at a luncheon at the colonial hotel followed by Bridge Ait her Home on Holmes Street. A today is ladies Day at the Smethport country club and will be the last meeting of the fall season. A Tureen luncheon will be served followed by Bridge. Hostesses Are mrs. Jane Ball mrs. Beatrice Rohn and mrs. Lenora Wilson. A St. Elizabeth a confraternity society will meet tuesday evening nov. 24th at 8 . At the Church rooms. Mrs. Dorothy Sheaffer president of the Smethport homemakers will demonstrate Christmas Craft that can be made at Home. Carlson Marsh a or. And mrs. Jay Stickles and family of . 2 were weekend guests of the Latten sister mrs. James Mcdermott and family of magus mines. A or. And mrs. Tom Lattin and children Tom jr., Tim and Iwori of Williamsport were weekend guests of or. And mrs. Paul Sheffer sr., of Cyclone. A or. And mrs. Robert Nick and family of w. Main Street were dinner guests of mrs. Gertrude Baker of Coleville sunday. Smethport Public Library memorials contributions have been received by the Smethport Public Library memorial fund in memory of mrs. F. C. Blakeslee from or. And mrs. Kevin Ogilvie or. And mrs. F. Gordon Coleman. In memory of Arthur Vernon Burt from Mckean Lodge 388 of amp am. In memory of Howard Denning from mrs. John Gustafson Ana family. In memory of Charles e. Hazen from Mickey Holey George Brown Grant Gruver Fred Gustafson Norman Hull. In memory of Burt Herzog from or. And mrs. F. Gordon Coleman. In memory of John Hungerford from the class of 1960 Smethport area High school. In memory of Roy b. Johnson from Bucktail Post 388 american legion. In memory of mrs. Charles Lasher from class of 1960 Smethport area High school. St. Elizabeths roman Catholic Church was the setting on saturday nov. 7, for the nuptial which United in marriage mins Sharon Ann miss Cole weds r. L. Kightlinger miss Janet Mureen Cole became the Bride of Robert Karl Kightlinger in St. Luke a episcopal Church Smethport saturday nov. 7. The Rev. Calvin Miller officiated at the 5 . Ceremony which United the daughter of or. And mrs. George Cole of Cyclone and the son of or. And mrs. Robert Kightlinger also of Cyclone. The altar was decorated with Gold and White mums. Sheral of Brien was organist. Wearing a Blue velvet dress the Bride was Given in marriage by her father. Miss Marlene Johnson was maid of Honor and wore a Blue crepe dress. Each carried a colonial bouquet of carnations and roses. Jack Lent was Best Man and the Ushers were Lee and Jack Cole. For her daughters wedding mrs. Cole wore a Light Blue dress with Black accessories. The bridegrooms Mother chose a dress with Black accessories. Each wore a Carnation Corsage. A reception followed the ceremony in the Church Hall. The newlyweds Are both 1969 graduates of the Smethport area High school and will reside in Gifford. Or. Kightlinger ifs employed by Owen i Sinois in Bradford. Keith Wright Keith Wright selected for National Honor it / Keith Wright son of mrs. Florence Wright and the late Harold e. Wright was one of the two Monroeville Jaycees who have been selected for inclusion in the 1970 edition of a outstanding Young men of american. The purpose of the publication Honor Marsh daughter of or. And mrs. Edward Marsh of Crosby and Holger Everett Carlson jr., Ion of or. And mrs. H. E. Carlson of w. Main Street. The Rev. Thomas c. Geddes pastor officiated. Mrs. Jane Raymond was organist and accompanied soloist mrs. Jean Vossler. Escorted to the altar by Ber father the Bride chose a floor length gown of White velvet fashioned with Long sleeves and fitted bodice of lace and velvet. A Hairpiece of Rose petals outlined with seed pearls held her Elbow length veil. She wore a Crystal necklace presented her by the bridegroom and carried an bouquet of Pink roses and whits carnations. Mrs. Nancy Rittberg wet Matron of Honor for her sister and the bridesmaids were mrs. Penny Walker mrs. Cheryl Ford mrs. Nadine Dunn and miss Cathy Smith. The attendants were attired in Clear water Blue Chiffon gowns styled in an a line with High necklines Empire bodices and Long sleeves highlighted with Venice lace. Each wore Matching Petal headpieces which held Short illusion veils. Mrs. Rittberg carried two Pink roses Ark the bridesmaids each carried a single Pink Rose. Little misses Kimberly Walker and Tina Rittberg nieces of the couple were the Flower girls. They were attired in gowns fashioned after the senior attendants and car ried baskets filled with White Daisy mums and Pink carnations. Thomas Marsh brother of the Bride was the Best Man and the wedding guests were seated by Michael Smith David Ford Robert Dunn and Brian Galloway. Randy Rittberg was ring bearer. The brides Mother was attired in a crepe Bess of Bot Pink with Navy Blue accessories and the Mother of the bridegroom chose a Blue a line dress with Black accessories. Each completed her ensemble with a White Carnation Corsage. A reception was held at the Maples inn in Colegrove. Music for the event was furnished by Don Dennis Dan Mcclelland James Barr and Nancy Rittberg. Flowers for the wedding were made by mrs. Helen Cole and mrs. Nadine Dunn of Smethport. For travelling the new mrs. Carlson chose a bonded knit dress of Sapphire Blue. After a trip through parts of Pennsylvania and Ohio the newlyweds will reside in East Smethport. The Bride is a 1968 graduate of the Smethport area High school and is employed at the Jaguar manufacturing co. Her husband is a 1965 graduate of the Smethport school and is employed by Miles Bradford co. Service notes commander Edwin Rudy Kohn of the . Navy Bas been appointed the commanding in memory of George Ray to recognize and Honor men j officer of the attack Squadron j a a ninety three and will take command at the change of command ceremony on november 19th at hangar three module four naval air station at Lem Orre Calif. Commander Kohn is a former resident of Smethport son of die late Edwin r. Kohn and mrs. Rubin Cronshey of Towanda. Commander Kohn and his wife and four children Mondo from or. And mrs. Ray Petruzzi. In memory of mrs. John Shel rider from or. And mrs. Geo. Brown mrs. Ann Gustafson and family. In memory of mrs. Walter l. Wright from or. And mrs. Walter Perry mrs. John Gustafson and family. In memory of mrs. John Redding of Watkins Glen from or. And mrs. Thomas Dunn mrs. Albert w. Johnson. Charles e. Hazen Charles e. Hazen 65, of East or. And Ilia. Hon it a Durn of South Street and miss Beverley Mcgavisk of Marvin Street were guests of or. And mrs. John Mcgavisk. Jr., of West main St., saturday evening. A mrs. Tom Lattin and children. Tim and Terri of Williamsport and mrs. Paul r. Sheffer sr., of Cyclone were saturday luncheon guests of mrs. Lattiny smother. Mrs. Howard Denning of Bradford. A or. And mrs. Jose. Gers of bad to More md., were weekend guests of the letters parents or. And mrs. Robert Freer of Bank Street. A mrs. Hazel of Laughlin of Bank Street recently returned Home after being a patient in the Bradford Hospital. A Thomas Pierce of Bradford is spending the week in Honolulu on a business trip. He is the son of mrs. Frances Pierce of Bush Hill. A Duane Anderson of it. Jewett was the guest of or. And mrs. Andy Peterson of Bank Street last tuesday. A or. And mrs. Robert Hull of main Street were visitors in Dean saturday. A or. And mrs. Don Johnson of e. Water Street were guests of relatives in Buffalo Over the weekend last week at the port Allegany Community Hospital where he had been a patient for several weeks. He was bom March 27, 1906, in this Borough son of Alpheaus and Elouise Perkins Hazen attended local schools and was a Mechanic by Trade. Surviving Are a brother John Hazen of Darragh a. A Sis ter mrs. Edward Cook of Jamestown ., and several nieces and nephews. A funeral service was held at the Fry funeral Home at 10 30 . Saturday with the Rev. William r. Masters of St. Jobs episcopal Church offing. Burial was in Rose Hill cemetery. Bearers were Lloyd and Ernest Kohn Tom of Brien Ernest Botsford. Fred Gutafson and Jack Haylett. Between the Ages of 21 and 35 who Are working toward excellence in their careers and Community service. Keith is a 1961 graduate of Smethport High school and received his b a. In accounting from Lycoming College in 1965. Since that time he has been employed As Cost analyst for the Union Railroad company until recently when he accepted live in California. A position As Cost manager with Bacharach instrument company of Pittsburgh. He is chairman of the Monroeville Jaycee Board and has served in other major offices including president external vice president and treasurer. Currently he is state co chairman of news election service and has received numerous awards from the state As Well As the local chapter. In 1968 he was chosen a chairman of the year for his work on the Community action program pre school committee. He also served As chairman of his Chap teacher is speaker word has been received by mrs. Sara Smith of East Smethport that her son Cpl. Keath Smith of the . Marine corps has been promoted from a Cpl. To his present rank. He is now serving in Vietnam and his present address is Cpl. Keath v. Smith or. 2667268 .m.c., a a. Let. Motor transportation bn., headquarter Section . San Francisco Calif. 96602. Parents of a son or. And mrs. Maurice Neilson of . I Smethport Are parents of a son born nov. La at Olean St. Francis Hospital. A or. And mrs. Jack Cooney and son Robert accompanied by or. And mrs. Phillip Cooney of Willow St., were in Rochester ., sunday. Phillip Cooney was admitted to the Rochester Hospital where he is a patient. Terms Parks clean up project and As an instructor in the Jaycees leadership in action program. He is married to the former Paymis of Connor of port Allegany. The couple and their two children reside at 1175 Lasalle Road Monroeville a. Married mrs. Donna Carpenter Russo daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Carpenter of Pittsburgh and granddaughter of mrs. Anna Carpenter of Willow Street was United in marriage to Jack Frankene of Pittsburgh at the Farmers Valley evangelical Church october 31st. The attendants were mrs. Violet Mae Sukanovich of Smethport Matron of Honor and Cousin of the Bride and Thomas Sherffie at Pittsburgh Best Man. The couple will reside in Pittsburgh. Phone classified ads to 887-5300 or 2254721 Al Smethport Lions the Smethport Lions club heard a program presented by miss Eileen Hull at their meeting monday night at the Gateway lanes. Miss Hull was one of a team of teachers sponsored by the National education association who spent six weeks in Asmara Ethiopia. She gave a talk and showed slides on her teaching experience. President Harold Lindgren presided Ait the business meeting. Guests Tom Schaller Kerry setter and Howard Cummins were introduced. Peter Ray Mondo chairman of the ladies night program announced that the event is scheduled for . 5. Favorite fruitcakes make Good gifts for friends at Holiday Tim. Wrap Tach loaf snugly to preserve the flavors in transit or during storage. Fruitcake time one for you and one forgiving remember those marvelous Aromas from the oven just before thanksgiving time that get better and better Christmas Drew nearer chances Ane the Best ones were from your favorite Fruitcake. Today fruitcakes Are easy to prepare easy to store and easy to give As gifts. The Wise Holiday hostess prepares Ber fruitcakes Early and stores them for later serving and giving. With modern mixes delicious prepared fruits Domestic brandies and moisture vapor proof plastic wrap its a cinch. Try the a Gold Rush Fruitcake recipe. Also one trick for keeping a Holiday cake moist is to use bananas in the Batter. They add a delightful Subtle tropical flavor while keeping a fruit cake Ever so dewy. The Holiday cake recipe makes two loaf cakes. Why not treat the family to one and wrap the other prettily for a gift. Shower honors Marilyn Green Bride elect miss Marilyn Green Smethport . 3, was the guest of Honor at a miscellaneous Shower wednesday evening of last week in the social room of the Coleville Christian gospel Church. More than 40 attended from Bradford Smethport Coleville and Wrights Corners. Games were directed by mrs. Helen Canfield. Prizes were received by mrs. Clara bolster mrs. Marjorie Lindahl mrs. Marjorie Delaney mrs. Roxy Johnston mrs. Rona june of Brien and mrs. Florence Galloway. Refreshments were served by the mesdames Theda Crowley Elaine Putnam Helen wares and Helen can Field. Tables were decorated with White candles in garlands of carnations under a Large White wedding Bell and White streamers. Miss Green and Robert Bailey of Smethport will be married . 19. Lucia festival at Kane the lath annual Lucia festival will be held on sunday . 13, on the traditional Lucia Day at Tabor lutheran Church in Kane. Rixford Man injured As Oil drum explodes Edward Frederick 52, of Rixford was admitted to Bradford Hospital thursday afternoon with lacerations about the lips and Mouth. The Hospital said the Mon was injured when an Oil drum exploded As he was working on an Oil lease owned by the Hungiville Bis Tate. Work progressing work is progressing on the two housing projects in Johnsonburg. One is for Low income families other for the elderly. Notice a proposed budget for the year 1971 is available for a Job Lic inspection at the office of the Borough Secretary 412 w. Water St., Smethport. Smethport Borough Council Andrew z. Hileman Secretary treasurer Quot Gold Rush Quot Fruitcake i i cup water i package Wei of Cranberry bread mix i cup whole candied cherries or Green i cup Golden raisins i cup slivered almonds a cup candied pineapple Cut in wedges Brandy instead of the Cranberry Breed mix Date bread mix May be used. 350 degree oven a in x 4&Quot or 9&Quot x 5&Quot loaf. Grease and flour Bottom of loaf . In Large bowl Combine egg and water. Add raisins and remaining ingredients. Stir 50 to 75 strokes until thoroughly combined. Turn into prepared . Bake at 350 degrees for 70 to 85 minutes or until toothpick inserted in Center comes out clean. Cool to minutes loosen edges with Spatula remove from . Glaze with warm Corn syrup and Garnish with candied fruit if desired. Cool thoroughly before slicing. Fruitcake improves with age if wrapped Well and refrigerated. For added flavor # a Brush Fruitcake Occas signally with Brandy during storage a saturate a piece of cheese cloth with Brandy and wrap around Fruitcake before wrapping. A substitute a cup Brandy for a cup water in recipe. Holiday cake 3 cups flour lid cups firmly packed Brown sugar i Teaspoon Salt i Teaspoon baking powder i Teaspoon cinnamon i Teaspoon Nutmeg a Teaspoon cloves 1 cup salad Oil a cup Orange juice 2 Tablespoons molasses 4 eggs 2 bananas peeled and Cut into chunks i cup chopped dates 1 Pound mixed candied fruits 2 cups coarsely chopped pecans. Line 2 loaf pans with foil or waxed paper grease. In Large mixing bowl Combine All ingredients except dates candied fruits and nuts. Blend on Low Speed of mixer beat for 3 minutes scraping bowl constantly. Stir in dates fruits and nuts. Spread mixture in two loaf pans. Bake at 275 for 2v4 to 3 hours or until done. If necessary cover pans with foil the last hour of baking to prevent excessive Browning. Remove from pans and Cool. Glaze if desired and decorate with additional fruit. Officers for 71 Are nominated by Rew firemen Rew a the nomination of Allegheny posts boarding record during october Washington Allegheny boarded a record 529,824 passengers during october for a 17 per cent gain Over the octo Pitt fund Bill awaits final Senate action Harrisburg a Tho Pennsylvania state Senate adjourned tuesday evening without taking formal action on the amended supplement to the 1969-70 capital budget act. The supplement which was passed in the House of representatives by a 109-69 vote on monday added $1.9 million in Public improvement projects. The Bill itemizes projects to be acquired or constructed during the year by the general state authority Gas and includes $1,992,500 for an academic building and $2,561,000 for a Laboratory building at the new University of Pittsburgh at Bradford Campus in West Branch. The original Senate version of the Bill passed on july 7, authorized $440.1 million for the projects. The House version for which rep. Victor j. Westerberg of Kane voted brought the total to $442 million. Educator talks at meeting of rotary in Eldred or. Stanley Walker supervisor of Otto Eldred High school was program chairman at monday nights dinner meeting of the Eldred rotary club at the Borough building. The Rev. Edward Kosik and the Rev. Leon Hsu of of St. Bonaventure University an educator at Taiwan Formosa who is studying at the University spoke. The latter spoke on secondary education in Taiwan and traced its history in the Republic of China pointing out that primary schooling has been required since 1911. He also mentioned some of the problems there in the secondary and higher education programs and said 800,000 applications were received last year for higher education but that Only 250,000 were accepted because of Lack of facilities. Guests were Gordon Anderson and Ralph Johnson of port Allegany. President Edward Harrington conducted the meeting and ladies of the first Church of god served the dinner. Llewelyn Barnaby will be program chairman next week. Hotel proprietor Dies Robert Hart 56, owner of the new Shaw House at Sheffield died last week in Warren general Hospital. Officers for 1971 was the main the order of business monday even Hing during Ghe regular by 3 monthly meeting of the Rew y year Volunteer fire department. I october boardings boosted nominated for president were year to Date totals to 4,902,857, William Stockton Donald a 8an of 19 i1 Over Switzer and Cliff Hastings for comparable 1969 total of vice president Theodore Clark 4,103,180. And or Hastings for Revenue passenger Miles treasurer Donald Switzer and flown last month totalled or. Hastings for regular 149,773,843, up 22 per cent from Secretary or. Clark and or the 123,992 flown during the Switzer social Secretary same month of 1969. Edward Kerman and James Durinzi the font 10 m myths o Wineburg. 11970, Allegheny flew also fire chief James 1,391,169,765 Revenue passenger Yeager Donald Tracy and or. Miles a gain of 28 per cent Stockton for first assistant be Over the comparable 1969 total Roy Erskine Peter Fox and or. Of 1,085.126,056. Available seat Tracy for second assistant Miles flown during october Jerry Delaney or. Clark or. Switzer and James Heffner general Foreman or. Tracy or. Clark and or. Lastings Tanker Captain or. Yeager and or. Hastings and by director Stanley Best or. Erskine or. Heffner or. Yeager or. Ferman Ross my were 342,509,416, up 12 per cent Over the october 1969 total of 305,667,168. First to month total for Avail a b i e seat Miles was 3,212,610,775, an increase of 25 per cent Over the comparable 1969 total of 2,579,721,537. October cargo ton Miles were Ujj Shatten or. Hastings Gene up 22 per cent to 2,013,113 from Stokes and or. Delaney. During the meeting prepare ions were also made for the the october 1969 total of 1,650,059. Year to Date cargo ton Miles final tri county firemen a were 17,870,029, a gain of 33 meeting for this year. The Rew per cent Over the 13,410,407 department will Host the meet flown during the first to months ing at 8 . Wednesday at the 0f 1969. Ire House. Peter Fox will serve As chairman for the event. The Adies auxiliary will also assist at the meeting. Theodore Clark reported for the Turkey shoot committee saying that the shoots were doing very Well and will continue As planned. The group ordered Bills in the amount of $214.43 paid. Jamestown fire fire gutted the Gold Dollar lounge in downtown Jamestown last week. Damage was also reported at three stores the u. S. News store Darling jewelry and Betty Dickson candies. Send in your news items insurance dependable service e Standard Protection a Fin a ufos Bonds a Auto a liability Call i Emil j. Johnson Burdick s i insurance fan manager at 817 Mio evenings Call 117-5311 a one of Mckean county \ oldest insurance agencies 310 w. Main St. It a Smethport a

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