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Smethport Mckean County Democrat (Newspaper) - October 6, 1949, Smethport, Pennsylvania
Judge r our Mckean count a Democrat powerful Sheffield team defeats Smethport 20 to 0 a Effiew High school found the going pretty easy on saturday at Mccoy stadium when they de treated the Smethport High school rubbers 20 to 0. It was Smethport second loss Iii two games and the Wolverine s second win of the season. Yesteryear excerpts of general interest from the files of the Democrat of 40. 20 and to years ago How your Community Illust j Money is spent continued from Page one forty years Tut Nail l. Hamlin a gracious and kind october 14. Of of j y Lucky organisation has tor Hugh Caldwell aged 105, died at Many years furnished funds with his Home on the first Fork of the which the Community nurses car sinner Mahoning Creek near the pot is Gupt in operation und also to Furler county line a week ago Friday Nisi needed supplies and drugs. The i next week another work train will fees received from patients Are not neither team was Able to score be put on the Shawmut at Ollie til sufficient to atry on this Effort. In the first period but after that port for the purpose of extending the therefore it welcomes the quota Al Sheffield scored a fix Pointer in county farm switch about three toted by the Community Chest and fourths of a mile. And also for the is Able to carry on work More of purpose of putting in a switch one fic gently. Mile in length at Crossnore s Cross 1 salvation army�?$250 ing. Quot a Man May be Down but never tile first Snow Squall of the sea each period. In the second Quarter fullback Rudolph sent the wolverines out in front when he passed to halfback Wagner just before the first half ended. It was a Short pass and Wagner covered some 35 Yards. Me id of an crashed through for the extra Point. A pass again resulted in a touchdown. This time in the third period As Rudolph connected again with Wagner. The pass went 25 Yards in the air and Wagner ran 30 Yards after receiving for the score. Rudolph after setting up and passing for the first two scores came through with one himself in the final period when he broke j around right end for 12 Yards and j a score meld oven added the extra Point through the line. Smethport was in scoring Tern tory several times. In the third the rubbers got Down to the four Yard line with four Downs in which to score but Muster enough Power to go Over. Tonight. Thursday Smethport son in Smethport reached us tuesday afternoon. The salvation army provides a Refuge to homeless wanderers and Alfred Kidder has erected a Gar furnishes food and clothing to Des age in the rear of his mothers residence on Fulton St we notice by our exchanges that potatoes Are Selling in Steuben i county for 58 cents a Bushel. The temporary wooden Structure i used for school purposes located on the West Side of the schoolhouse Square has been based to the ground and an eyesore removed. H. W Rubin has been making some extensive improvements on the Interior of hts Well equipped clothing store. Twenty years ago october to 1929 the Holmes turning out a leak proof Oil Ai Gilfillan Plant is Large production of receiving tank for plays its first game of the year in use on leases. Der lights at Mccoy stadium against renova a portable lighting system will give the Smethport fans their first look at night football at the stadium Smethport Benson Moore Covert Martin a Mayer Howe Youkers Lynch Kohn Marquardt Johnson f t g c g t e b b b b Sheffield i Eisenhauer i Glenn Mencer has purchased the Star theatre from c c. Choate and took Possession monday. He is contemplating installing a sound apparatus in the near future Leo Lyle Raymond infant soil of or. And mrs. Elmer Raymond of East Smethport died tuesday morning after a three weeks illness. Ten years ago october 12, 1038 Kecki Nagu Mey Hedman Young we Agner j Frank Canfield 78. Well known Cederlof and highly esteemed Farmer and moldovan j Lumberman died at his Home near Alabaugh Farmers Valley at Midnight on Rudolph wednesday of last week. Sheffield. 0 8 6 7 20 scoring Sheffield touchdowns Wagner 2, Rudolph extra Point moldovan 2. Substitutions Smethport Smith. Hamilton r Mayer. Cook. Mcteir Tian Gustafson. Winslow bean and Wright. The sum of 1800 is available to fight infantile paralysis in Mckean county it is revealed in a letter from the county chairman. Miss Bernice Mckendrick and William a grow of Duke Center were United in marriage last saturday morning. It s comi flying sponsored by Exchange club of Bradford proceeds to Charity october 79 of to be held at the Valley Hunt club indoor Arena 8 15 p. M. Matinee saturday and sunday 2 30 p. M. 22 thrilling acts Bull dogs a Champion cowboys a Champion cowgirls a dancing horses a funny clowns a tribe of real Sioux indians from Pine Ridge reservation. South Dakota a Thi it not a Horte show a it s a real Rodeo direct from Miles City Montana adults 1.00 tax children 50c tax show a rain or Shine music a free parking a concessions t it Ute Homes w hich other Relief agencies often Overlook. Their quota is put to Good use Smethport band-�?$250 a local group of musicians under the direction of j. J. Johnston furn wishes Smethport with a Fine Grade of musical entertainment. Playing Well attended band concerts for celebrations and parades und giving a Good Grade of entertainment is the i unction and desire of this group. Your support for the Smethport bund will be appreciated by All its members. Girl Reserve a 00 each year the girl reserves spend their share of the Community Chest Money to bring cheer to needy folks at thanksgiving and Christmas time tills year will be no exception. Thanksgiving will again find baskets of food delivered to needy families and at Christmas time clothing. Toys. Oranges and Candy will Gladden the hearts of about one Hundred children. In addition to the Chest Money received several individuals and local civic organizations give Money and other gifts to this group thus proving with what favor the Public looks upon their splendid Effort. Boy scouts of america�?$65� this organization dwells upon the building of character and teaching of citizenship training and provides interesting worthwhile things for boys to do in their Leisure time. Provided with competent leaders these boys Are taught useful crafts and at tile same time Are Given Confidence in themselves to meet the trials in their later life their training ileitis to build sturdy bodies As Well As keen and Alert minds. Your donations Are put to Good use by the directors of the boy scouts. Smethport Eire department�?$50� a Volunteer organization whose i function is the Protection of our property from loss or damage by i fire. However this department also i assumes other tasks. I for the past two years our fire laddies have conducted a blooding program which has been of i invaluable Aid in furnishing needed j information when blood donors Are j called to save the lives or ease the suffering of their neighbors several of tile members have been Active in this humanitarian Effort. Other life saving projects Are now under consideration which if put into operation will further guard the health and welfare of our Community your gifts help make theft projects possible. The fire department drum and Bugle corps is Well known and respected in the Northern and Central part of Pennsylvania. You save Money on your fire insurance because of the added Protection which is furnished of the local Volunteer fire department. Smethport school band�?$500 for Many years the local High school was without a band. Due thought with the formation of a High school band in mind was Given t about ten years ago the band became a reality. Today through the generosity of All who have donated to the Community Chest and by the patient understanding instruction of prof. Charles Partchey we in Smethport Are proud to have one 1 of the Best equipped uniformed and trained High school bands in Pennsylvania. Too much cannot be said i about the band instructor and his a pupils Many of whom have won rec. Ignition in District and state com a petition both in band and orchestra i groups. Always ready and willing to help i make any Celebration or Parade a Success by furnishing music for the occasion coupled with the Smethport band and the Smethport fire department drum and Bugle j corps we Are fortunate indeed to j have the Smethport High school band three Fine musical organizations. Crippled childrens society of Mckean c ounty�?$900 Many crippled and physically handicapped children receive from this worthy organization the assist Alice which is needed to make once again Normal useful and self supporting human beings. Each child who is once again returned to his or Lier Home As a healthy and Active j youngster is a living Monument est table amp hed by the generous donations made to this institution. J tile residents of Smethport should feel proud to take a part in their j work this unit was especially close to the hearts of the late or. Burg Chadwick and the late j. Albert Cleveland As Well As Many others. Services in the churches ans Gakidis lutheran Church Rev. C. O. Thunberg. Pastor saturday la a. of 1950 confirmation class at the Church. 17th sunday after Trinity 10 a. Iii Church school 11 a. service. All Are Welcome. 3 p. In. Fall rally of the Wilcox District brotherhood at Gethsemane Church in port Allegany. Thursday Ort. 13 7 30 p. Board of administration. 8 p. In. Brotherhood meeting Ejof Erickson and Emil Johnson hosts. St. Luke a episcopal Church i7th sunday after Trinity 8 a. In. Holy communion. La a. In. Morning prayer. Father Van Vliet will preach on the topic Quot a Luw of the spiritual the methodist Mirch Rev. E. J. Burton minister the 17th sunday after Trinity 9 45 a. school. Classes for everyone of every age. General Assembly. Tile primary department in charge of exercises mrs. Mckalip superintendent la a in. Divine worship service in charge of representative of the Gideons. Guest speaker James d. Williams of Erie president of the Pennsylvania Gideon society. Anthem by the choir. Monday evening a mrs. Ralph Herzog will entertain Circle i at her Home on w. Main St. During tile week wednesday 7 p in. Senior choir rehearsal. Wednesday 6 15 p. In. A Junior choir rehearsal. Friday p. In., Ort 14th a a family night Fellowship. Evangelical Mission Church Pine St. Kenneth a Berlin pastor sunday october 9 sunday school at 9 45 a. In. Sec Only rally sunday in our school. We invite you to attend. Morning worship at la a. In. Message by the pastor. Youth Fellowship at 6 45 p. In. Evening service it 7 30 p. In. Or. Seth Norman will bring the message. Special singing at Ooth services. Wednesday. Jct. 12 Bible study Anil prayer meeting at 7 45 p. In monday oct. 17 Parent teach ers meeting of our sunday school will by held at the Fred Hallstrom Home on w. King St. At 7 45 p. In. Baptist i Burch the word of god is our Standard of Faith and practice a crucified but living Christ our message the hol 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. school. 11 a. worship message by the pastor. 7 30 p. In evening service. Message by the pastor. Song service and testimony meeting. Monday 6 30 p. In. A Bible club at the Church. Ages 5-13. Wednesday 7 30 up. In. A prayer meeting and Bible study. Class in the study of the hebrew Tabernacle port Allegany j is j beat Smethport j Vas by store 34-6 Johnny Wade and Laverne Raymond were just too much for the i Smethport Jvn a monday afternoon and led the port Allegany Jav s to a 34 to 6 Triumph. It was the first game for both teams and was played on the gators Field. Shirey was the Only Point getter for the Hubbers. Wade scored three touchdowns placekicker three extra Points and passed to Raymond for another. Raymond scored two touchdowns. The first period ended in a tie 6-6. Raymond scored for port on a reverse for a run of 20 Yards. Shortly after Smethport tied the Gam when Shirey raced 60 Yards to Cross the goal line standing up. Port Allegany put the game safely away in the second period when Wade scored two touchdowns. For the first counter of the Quarter Wade ran 40 Yards he passed to Raymond for the extra Point. For his second Jaunt into payoff land Wade intercepted a Smethport pass on port s 30 and went All the Way. This time Wade placekicker tile extra Point. Tile final a Gator touchdown was made in the fourth with Raymond again getting Loose on a reverse this time for 15 Yards. Wade kicked the extra Point. Port Allegany interesting bits Here and there by Ronabelle mix Smethport pa., thursday october 6, 194# Guy b. Mayo Heads Loaches gild Ostrander j Tronetti d Tronetti Ludwig Freer Kerr j. Luce Meachem Raymond Wade Mclaughlin port Allegany. Smethport e t a c g t e b b b b Smethport Thomas bean Shaffer Mayer Wright Hamilton Gamble Gustafson Stickles Shirey Angel i 6 14 7 7�?34 6000�?6 first meeting of travellers dub the first meeting of the Smethport travellers club for the year 1949-50 was held in the newly decorated club room on saturday afternoon oct. I. With the president or. Worth Smith in the chair. Routine business was transacted and committee reports Given. Roll Call was responded to by vacation echoes and mrs. Smith gave an interesting talk Reading also from the state president s message. Mrs Paul Schoonmaker gave a very interesting talk on Quot a Winter in Florida and the choral club Sang three selections with mrs Al berth Burdie directing and mrs. Smith accompanying. A delicious Tea was served by mesdames Vibertha Burdie. Laura Van and e. J Monsch. It was announced that miss Mildred Van Dissen of Erie. Who Lias just returned from two years Iii Japan will be the gue get speaker on october the fifteenth. Chintz is a Cotton cloth gaily painted with designs of Flowers Etc. The most shocking death to occur in Potter county in years was that of Eli Majot. 32. Or Austin r d. Tile death of or. Majot was caused by the explosion of Lour Sticks of dynamite on Winch the Man was lying when they were exploded by a burning fuse with suicidal Lucent. Investigating Olicer gave the aged fathers Story As beginning at about 6 30 when father arid son were sealed at the table. The latter Bein about 76 years old and his Are evidently had i Allen on Ell. The son left the table and the House. About 15 minutes later the father heard an explosion he thought nothing of it. The son had used dynamite about the farm Many Nim the father retired without notice that Eli had not returned. Upon arc sin sunday morning lie went out to tile barn Yard and suddenly it ame upon the severed Anc mutilated head of his son on the ground. Potter county a second Jiho ase reported to be two year old Joyce Drabert of card Cleek daughter of or. And mrs. Lester Drabert. Befriending Wellsville Soldier results in scholarship tor 24-year-old Simone Vauthier Honor graduate of sorbonne in Paris. She will univ at Alfred University Thi year under the sponsorship of three rotary clubs. Wellsville Hornell and Canisteo. As George i. Smith of Wellsville. A former member of the 101st airborne division tells it that lie had stopped at this Village in France after nearly a year s imprisonment by the nazis for his underground work and Madame Vauthier was attempting to remove the last Trace of her nazi we ois were wanting to go Home but the Vaut heirs entertained me like a son despite their own Post War problems. Later or Smith and ins father in Law Paul Davie of Wellsville a trustee of the University read Iii readers digest the suggestion of sending a subscription to foreign friends. Miss Gautheir was selected Aud replied with a gracious letter to or. Davie. As a result of that a correspondence grew Between the two families. Last Spring the rotary clubs made arrangements to bring her Here to study she Hope to return to prance and teach English a displaced persons family from Germany father Kotlier and five children has arrived in Emlenton. They Are Adam and Olga Paegle and family they were met at the train by or. C. A Briden Taueli. Re and mrs. Frank her Al and several members of the congregation of St. Johns lutheran Church. Louis Lynn Peterson Little son of louts and Agnes Peterson of Emporium who a few month ago underwent a serious operation at the children s Hospital in Buffalo for the removal of a brain tumor has taken a sudden turn for the worse. His condition is very critical at this time. J. T. Sarson. District manager of West Penn Power company a. Antu u net d that Christmas Community lighting will be available during the Holiday season without any limitations this year. If anyone has Ever seen the leaves More Beautiful than they Are this year speak now. It just Doe in t seem possible Gerald and Sally Connors delightfully entertained about Twenty playmates and schoolmates of their son Jerry at a party in Honor of his 6th birthday anniversary. Sunday afternoon at their Home Chimes were played refreshments served and Jerry received Many gifts to remember the occasion. Friday night. Oct. 14 family night will be observed at the methodist Church with a covered dish supper. Every family in the Church is invited to come and enjoy an evening of fellow ship. Lease i Illing station or. And mrs. I. W. Probert have based the Rounsville filling station and restaurant on the Farmers Valley Road formerly Swa Taler a station. Mrs Probert will be in charge of the restaurant while a son manages the filling station. Members hear talk by St. Bona athlete Guy b Mayo was elected president of the Down town coaches club at a meeting held tuesday night at the High school auditorium. Osier fleeced to office were Albert w. Johnson vice president John to Wick treasurer. C. L. Burt Secretary the new t executive committee is compost cd of Clair Elliott Wilbur p. Best and Fred Youkers. Kenneth Stilley of the St. Bonaventure College football team was tin speaker at the meeting. Also present was William Davis of the St Bonaventure Grid club. The next meeting of the group will be held at the Hose House on tuesday evening. October 18th. Members Are reminded that tora lit for tin first time local fans ran wat it ii thu Hubbers play under Light when they meet the Renovo team at Mccoy St idiom. The Down town coaches club is sponsoring tin Light and will base their further upper on the fans reaction to tonight a game. The daughters of the american revolution was organized in 1890. Noli due to circumstances beyond my control i will be out of town on oct. Roll and 12 during my working hours however. House stops will be made later in the same week and will be caught up again by saturday october 15. L. Vav. Hall Hall disposal service highways Are at their Golden Best St. Elizabeth s Church Rev. For. Urban s. Barrett pastor masses at 8 and 10 15 of clock every sunday morning. Weekday masses monday through Friday at 7 45 a. In. Saturday at 8 15 a. In. First Friday of each month mass it 7 30 a. In. Evangelical United Brethren Farmers Valley the Rev. Cecil Ross pastor 9 30 a. service. 10 30 a. school. 7 30 p. Fellowship. 7 45 p. In. Wednesday mid week prayer and Praise service. 8 p. In second sunday of the month men s meeting. 8 00 p. In second Friday of the month w. S. W. S. The Emery always a source of pleasure. The distinguished Emery dining room and Coffee shop for breakfast dinner Lun Creon plan to visit the cold room cocktail lounge Cory Ville 10 30 a. In. Sunday school. 11 30 a. Iii. Worship service. 7 45 p. In. Tuesday prayer service. East Smethport 10 30 a. In a sunday school. 7 45 p. In. Worship service. 7 45 p. In. Thursday prayer and Praise service. Betula methodist Church tile Rev. J. H. Bailey minister sunday ser let to a. school. 10 40 a. In morning worship. Crosby methodist Church the Rev. J. H. Bailey minister sunday services 10 15 a. school. Spe Ilal song period for the children. 11 30 a. worship. Chemistry had its origin among the ancient egyptians. Phone your new to amp a put it Al Nije main Factor in a Good Job. Is a Good Man. Its Good men who Are behind the jobs turned out by the East Side garage. Of co Ursa they have Hie took and modern equipment. Let our men service your car. East Side garage Plymouth Chrysler Dale service for your trip i if Yoh Uke to go visiting a a the folks this fall Surpris the kids a clogs spend a a it Dart at the farm St that no or Grandion if tou go fog outdoor thrills a big Tim Gams Hunting bit now the a at tit Batt go a hrs the fish a biting if tou ure fur and festivities Tok the family to a fair a to a Gay retort done to Mitt that clan re Union Tok in that big convention if tou like Romance and Glamor 5## Tho Light in Tho big City Tok in a big Tom play a a do Quot All Tho big City hopi Tako a Tocong Hon Moon in you gel All these extras in fall trips by greyhound extra Comfort extra Scenic Beauty extra convenience a a extra savings now a the time when autumn flaunts her warm Rich colors. Harvest and holidays Are in the air. The weather is mild and All the world is eager to go places and do things Stop dreaming about All those enticing places you be put off visiting. Those exciting things you be Long wanted to do a and go Twu a the economical greyhound Way. You la have your Choice of Scenic routes. Schedules to fit your most exacting needs. Many More hotel rooms Are available now ,. And you la ride relaxed and comfortable every mile of the Way go greyhound my for the take a trip time of your life tis 75re-att�?Tex7ra -7fy 77me at these Dollar saving Low pm jux. Bradford. I g Wellsboro. 2.15 port Allegany is Gaines. 1.65 Warren. Towanda. 3.50 Erie. 2 50 Troy. 3.15 Cleveland. 4 00 Scranton. 4.50 c Coudersport .9� Mansfield. 2a5 Roulette .65 it a a a now. Galeton. Wetmore .75 plus u. S. Tax big extra savings on round trip tickets Hull hotel main Street _ phone 9609 formlojjtssjf01 r e Thoun
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