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Smethport M kean County Democrat (Newspaper) - October 30, 1969, Smethport, PennsylvaniaPage two thursday october 30, 196i Mckean county Democrat Smethport Mckean co., pa., thursday october so 1969 Henry a. Satterwhite. Publisher and editor mrs. Regena love. Society editor second class postage paid at Smethport. Pennsylvania 16749 published thursday publication office main St., Smethport a. Soda Jujia ii ice ii id a of Smethport and Vicinity a or. And mrs. Russell f. Denning will spend wednesday at Buffalo where mrs. Denning will consult or. Norcross and or. Locke arthritis specialists at the arthritis foundation. They will also visit their son Philip Denning and family at Hamburg n. A miss Clementine Miller of new York City arrived by plane last thursday to visit mrs. Nellie Benedict of w. Main St. A or. And mrs. Donald Carpenter and son and George Rozo of Pittsburgh were guests of or. Carpenters grandmother mrs. Anna Carpenter of Willow St., and or. And mrs. Ralph Gustafson of Bush Hill Over the weekend. A family dinner was held at the Gustafson Home on sunday with 12 members of the family present. A or. And mrs. Donald Carpenter and son and Georgie Rozo of Pittsburgh visited at the Home of or. And mrs. Jesse Raught of Gifford hollow sunday. A or. And mrs. Archie hug of York were weekend guests of or. And mrs. R. L. Larson of Rose Hill ave. A or. And mrs. Claude Tanner returned sunday from a ten Day business trip to Tyler Tex. A the misses Cecelia Anna and Edna Olson of Marvin Creek Road will leave this week for Florida where they will spend the Winter. A congressman and mrs. Albert w. Johnson of Washington d c., spent Friday and saturday at their Home on Franklin St. A mrs. Andrew z. Hileman was taken by ambulance to the port Allegany Community Hospital saturday where she is a medical patient. A or. And mrs. Andy Peterson returned recently after spending some time at the Home of their daughter. Mrs. Thomas Lerson and family of . A or. And mrs. Sigfrid Paulson and family of Jamestown were guests of mrs. Bertha Anderson recently. Social notes a women a missionary prayer Fellowship of the Smethport Amp m. A. Church held their monthly Fellowship meeting at the Home of Rev. And mrs. Ray w. Perry r. D. 2, Eldred last thursday evening. A quilt was tied and bandages were rolled after which refreshments were served by the hostess. A members of the Valley Garden club will meet next monday at the Home of mrs. Edna Mencer of East Smethport with miss Alice Fern an As co hostess. Roll Call will be answered to by a naming an item of food your Mother prepared during your childhood you especially liked or mrs. Mencer will present a literary program a Why we Are thought for the month is a keep your eyes open to your mercies. The Man who forgets to be thankful has fallen asleep in life a by Robert l. Stevenson. A mrs. G. William spam Ogle will entertain club 8 on tuesday evening at her Home on Center St. A mrs. Ann Cleveland entertained the fortnightly club wednesday with a luncheon at the colonial hotel followed by cards at her Home on e. Main St. A the Smethport memorial recreation Pool directors met tuesday night in the Borough building. The following officers were elected president Rev. We. L. Stroup vice president Thomas Abbey treasurer Richard Raymond and Secretary mrs. James Herzog. Seventeen directors were re elected with one new director. William Hel Sley of Rose Hill ave. Couple honeymoon in Bahamas following a honeymoon in the Bahamas or. And mrs. Michael Lloyd Smith Witt a at Home at 107-04 120th St Richmond Hill . # or. Smith and the former Carol Rebecca Dean exchanged marriage vows at the United Christian Church in East Smethport on saturday oct. 18. The Rev. . Starkweather officiated at the i . Double ring candlelight Cere Mony before an altar decorated with White Gladioli and White mums. Mrs. Robert Rote was organist. Or. And mrs. George Dean of 208 water St., Smethport Are the parents of the Bride and the bridegrooms parents Are or. And mrs. Robert Smith Smethport re 4. The Bride Given in marriage by her father wore a floor length a line White velvet gown with an Empire Waistline and jewelled neckline. Roee Point embroidery and velvet buttons enhanced the Long sleeves. The detachable envelope train was detailed with the same embroidery. A grecian Headpiece held her shoulder length bouffant veil of illusion. She carried a Cascade bouquet of red roses and Ivy. Bridal accessories included a cultured Pearl heart necklace a gift of the bridegroom. On the Way Back from the altar the Bride presented her Mother with a red Rose and a kiss. Miss Judy Conners of new York City a Friend of the Bride was maid of Honor. Serving As bridesmaids were mrs. Barbara Wade of Silver Spring md., Cousin of the Bride miss Kay Mcanallen Cousin of the bridegroom miss Nancy Norman and mrs. Linda Brown of Smethport. They were identically attired in Cranberry floor length velvet gowns with a line skirts. Satin ribbon detailed the Empire Waistline ending in a dior Bow. Headpieces were dior bows with attached bouffant veils. Each carried a Crescent bouquet of red roses White carnations and or. And mrs. Michael Lloyd Smith photo by Nodler Olean . Ivy. Lori Dean sister of the Bride was Flower girl and was dressed in a White floor length velvet gown identically styled to the attendants. She carried a Basket of mums. Best Man was Holgar Carlsonjr. Ushering were William Dean brother of the Bride Fred Brown Lindsay Carlson and Ronald Stillman All of Smethport. Scott Herzog Cousin of the Bride was ring bearer. Mrs. Dean Mother of the Bride was attired in a Pink sharkskin coat and dress ensemble with Matching accessories. She wore a Pink Rose Corsage. Mrs. Smith Mother of the Groom wore a Kelly Green double knit suit dress and Black accessories and a yellow Rose Corsage. Pre nuptial events were bridal showers Given by mrs. Howard Norman Nancy Norman mrs. Fred Cole and miss Nadine Cole. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the Smethport country club for 200 guests. Organ music was furnished by mrs. Elaine Palmer. Quot for travelling the Bride wore a Navy Blue coat dress with Matching Doc sories and a red Rose Corsage. The Bride a graduate of Smethport High school and Humboldt Institute is employed by trans world airlines Kennedy Airport . Or. Smith attended Smethport High school served four years in the . Navy and is employed by Allied airlines Ait Kennedy Airport. A rehearsal dinner was held at the colonial hotel by the bridegrooms parents. Thomas Johnson advanced at Marine Midland Buffalo a the assignment of vice president Thomas a. Johnson to the National division of Marine Midland Trust go. Of Western new York has. Been announced by John l. Het a today is ladies Day at trick executive vice president to Smethport country club or. Johnson who transfers with a 12 30 luncheon to be Fol to the National division from Lowed by Bridge. Hostesses in main Seneca once it charge of the arrangements a Elj responsible for marines a mrs. Frances Pierce is spending some time at the Home cards. Of her son. Thomas Pierce and family in Bradford. Mrs. Pauline Dunn chairman to be assisted by mrs. Frances Starsky and mrs. Bess Mckeirnan. A mrs. Rae Giroux entertained the mexican Canasta club saturday evening at her Home on East King St. A dessert was served at 7 . Followed by a or. And mrs. Mem Lewis and family of Crown Point ind., were called Here thursday by the death of the latter smother mrs. Ethelyn Peasley. A mrs. Mary Jane Fay and mrs. Paula Abr called on Kenneth Pierce at the Elk county general Hospital in Ridgway last saturday. A or. And mrs. Clair Griffin of Richmond. Va., were guests of mrs. Claude Shattuck and or. And mrs. Leon Griffin and family on sunday. Mrs. Griffin who is the daughter of or. And mrs. Helen Abbey of East Smethport entertained the National activities in the South Southwest Mountain states and West coast areas. A native of Smethport pa., or. Johnson moved to this area in 1958 to join Marine Midland As a trainee. He served As an assistant manager of the Bank a Seneca Emslie office from 1962-63, of the Snyder office from 1963-64, and of the International department from 1964-67. He members of the s. L. Club at i was named an assistant vice Ber Home tuesday evening. A the Smethport homemakers met monday evening at the East Smethport Grange Hall with 20 members in attendance. Mrs. Arlene Douglas president conducted the meeting. The towels that Are being made into bibs for the Sena Kean Manor Are to be completed by president in 1967, moved to the main Seneca office to handle commercial lending activities in 1968, and was elected a vice president last May. A graduate of Upsala College he is president of the St. Timothy lutheran Church Council on grand Island has been an advisor to several committees of dec. 24th. Final plans for the the girl scouts of Buffalo and annual Christmas display at the methodist Church were made. Members worked on the Lap Robes and anyone with old Coats to donate for the Lap Robes mrs. Ernest Peterson of port 8 a Quot ouch Allegany had spent the previous Dougl hostesses far the week with her parents. A or. And mrs. Emil Johnson of water St. Spent several Days at the Home of their daughter mrs. Jerry Young and family at Hudson Ohio recently. A mrs. Earl Davis of Holcomb . Was a recent visitor of or. And mrs. A. G. Bush of East main St. Evening were mrs. Wando ver and miss Hauck. Next meeting Western new York is a 32nd degree member of the ancient accepted scottish rite and a member of Mckean Lodge no. 388. F. Amp a. M. Or. And mrs. Johnson and Harriet to children live at 1621 Huth rd., grand Island. He is the son of mrs. Lucy Johnson Ethyl of the homemakers will be held Mon-1 main St., Smethport and the Day nov. Loth at 7 30 . At a the o. Albert Johnson the Grange Hall. Scout news these jobs were filled by volunteers at the tuesday night or. And mrs. Fred Broad �?oa.0 he commit it Bent of Alexandria spent several Smethport Public Library memorials Days recently with or. And mrs. A. Bush of East main St. Patton a or. And mrs. Clyde Mong Paul Platko Secretary trea of Branchport . Were week surer Glenn e. Mencer end guests of mrs. William say membership and registration ers and family and visited Wil Walter Snyder publicity Ham Sayer who is a patient Robert Nick advancement in the Kane Community Hospit Edward Porter outings Chuck Mckeirnan Den mothers Hannah Mencer Josephine Elias Nila Mericle Angie Patton and Nancy Weaver. The memorial fund of the Smethport Public Library has received contributions cub scout pack no. In Kermit _. Of w from past matrons of Phoenix cub master Robert Menicle cd 0e� or m. Assistant cub master Robert of committee chairman Mes Spanogle a miss Susan Sayers and miss Barbara Burgart were week end guests of miss Beth Sayers . In Erie. A mrs. Edna Orloff and miss thee Freeman were clean visitors saturday. Card of we take this pressing our thanks Means of sex Heartfelt thanks ind appreciation for the Many acts of kindness shown us during our recent bereavement. Family of the late mrs. Etheyn Peasley in memory of mrs. Carl e. Wilson from or. And mrs. F. Gordon Coleman. In memory of mrs. Mabel Morrison from or. And mrs. F. Gordon Coleman. In memory of mrs. James r. Mcelhattan from or. And mrs. F. Gordon Coleman. In memory of mrs. Ethelyn the meeting was held in the1 Peasley from or. And mrs. Phil Mericle Home. The pack meeting for october will be tuesday in the gymnasium of Smethport elementary school at 7 . Cubs will dress in halloween costumes. All cubs and their Brothers Sisters and parents Are invited to attend. By Cooney. A each do Bieber Augustin a composed in 1770, ii said to be the first born bom to or. And mrs. Michael Partchey of Erie a daughter. Amy Christine on oct 18, of Hamot Hospital. She weighed 7-lbs., 10-oz. And is the first grandchild of or. And mrs. Charles. Partchey former Smethport residents. The maternal grandparents Ais or. And mrs. Edward Schatz of Defiance Ohio. Norwich twp. Fire co. Memorials contributions have been made to the Norwich township fire co. Memorial fund in memory of mrs. Dorothy Hauck by or. And mrs. Henry Poklar or. And mrs. Harry Larson or. And mrs. Edward Marsh or. And mrs. Avery Nelson or. And mrs. Thomas Weaver or. And mrs. Tony Berne mrs. Daisy Lentz and or. And mrs. Robert Faes or. And mrs. Hector Simone tit Mary Willson Norma and Herbert Pettenati Leda Mcdade or. And mrs. Scott Thomas or. And mrs. Earl Grinolds or. And mrs. Arnold Peterson or. And mrs. Lawrence Faes Kenneth Tarbox or. And mrs. Bert Huff or. And mrs. A. B. Graziano or. And mrs. Paul Lathrop or. And mrs. Vincent lec Seky Gordon Lathrop or. And mrs. Peter Rossi. In memory of Paul Gingrich by or. And mrs. A. B. Graziano or. And mrs. Tony Berne or. And mrs. Vincent Vechesky or. And mrs. Edw. Marsh Kenneth Tarbox Gordon Lathrop mrs. Nate Faes or. And mrs. Henry Poklar Norma and Herbert Pettenati or. And mrs. Robert Faes and or. And mrs. Scott Thomas Leda Mcdade Margaret Anderson or. And mrs. Earl Grinolds or. And mrs. William Razey Daisy Lentz or. And mrs. Hector Simonetti Date Zetwick or. And mrs. Bert Huff or. And mrs. Joseph Faes or. And mrs. Peter Rossi or. And mrs. Thomas Weaver. In memory of Kermit Winslow by Gordon Lathrop Mary Willson Norma and Herbert Pettenati or. And mrs. Robert Faes Leda Mcdade Kenneth Tarbox Margaret Anderson or. And mrs. W. S. Thomas or. And mrs. Earl Grinolds or. And mrs. Arnold Peterson or. And mrs. William Razey or. And mrs. Henry Poklar mrs. Mary Bernes Daisy Lentz or. And mrs. Hector Simonetti and or. And mrs. Carl Benson or. And mrs. Paul Nourse or. And mrs. Ben Benson or. And mrs. Tony Placer or. And mrs. Joseph Faes or. And mrs. Bert Huff or. And mrs. B. A. Graziano Frances Bailey or. And mrs. Toyn Berne or. And mrs. Paul Lathrop or. And mrs. Vincent Vechesky or. And mrs. Edward Marsh or. And mrs. Peter Rossi or. And mrs. Thomas Weaver. In memory of Hazel Morten son by or. And mrs. Henry Poklar mrs. Daisy Lentz Gordon Lathrop Frances Bailey miss Norma Pettenati Herbert Pettenati. Smethport will. Mark halloween thursday night tonight thursday will be observed As halloween night in Smethport according to chief of police Abbey Southwick. Trick or Treater May compete for prizes in costume judging at 6 . In the elementary school gym. One reason for the thursday halloween Observance is that a High school football game in the Borough on Friday night will mean increased traffic and will tie up most of the police departments manpower. Bloodmobile collected 68 pints Here the red Cross Bloodmobile collected 66 pints of blood during the october 23rd visit to Smethport. Six persons were rejected for medical reasons. Paul Chubon of Quaker state refinery became a member of the 2-gallon group and judge Glenn e. Mencer and Robert Miller became 1-gallon donors. Other donors from quake state were Wally Anderson Arthur Beck Strom Raymond bless Ernest h. Boxford jr., Milford Brougham jr., George e. Brown Robert Faes William Foley Robert Freer John Haugh Lawrence Johnson Donald r. Johnson Eugene Lewis Eugene Mcdowell John Mcgavisk jr., Ernest Rankin Bernard Vossler and John Voy Zey. From Sterling Oil division were Gerald Connors Mark Orland and Everett Thomas. Smethport area school system was represented by Kerry Fetter Eugene Nolan Thomas Schaller Jay Snyder Bruce Snyder and Peggy work. Smethport Post office represented by Milton a badge and Willis Maynard. Mckean county court House by Betsy Jane Firth Marion Helenbrook Cathleen Kleisath Robert Rogge and Marion Cary. Individuals donating were1 Catherine Anderson Glenn Bailey Rev. George Bones John g. Coleman Alice comes James Curran Roger Dallier John Digel Hugh Fry Ronald German r. Thomas German Leo Hackett Paul Hergenrother jr., Clifford Hoover jewel Hyde Russell Johnson Wayne Johnson physics Lamb George Lewis Keith Marsh sr., Ralph Mayer Hannah Mencer Clarissa Newman Helen pet a u z z i Richard Rounsville James h. Sample Archie she 11-Ito, David Swanson Victoria Thomas Nancy w ass am and Nolen Wymer. Those in charge of registering were Margaret Lee Donna Larson Leola Nourse and Helen Griffin. Nurses were Alma i Johnson Mary Wilson Barbara Heisley and nurses aide Helen Ross. Canteen workers were Dora Fox and Phyllis Chase. Kitchen chairmen Margaret ick Jing Hazel Rifle and Peg work. George Berkwater and Shirley Abbey wish to thank the donors and helpers for making the Bloodmobile a Success. $169.69 collected Rebekah lodges for Unicof have joint initiation rites mrs. Donna Jean Westlund chairman of Smethport annual a trick or treat for Unicof reports that $160.69 was collected last sunday by the children participating in the drive. Four participating churches St. Elizabeths roman Catholic St. Luke a. Episcopal Trinity lutheran and United methodist sent the children out on a 2-hour drive to support the work of this world wide organization. Adults who helped were mrs. David Petruzzi mrs. Della Fischer mrs. Carol Fischer mrs. Say Bailers mrs. Thea Brown mrs. Penny Snyder mrs. Pat Rogge mrs. Bert Lindgren miss Ray Mcanallen mrs. Olive Schreiber mrs. Elsie Murray Mary Martin Dennis Bones and Carlyle Westlund. Children participating were Leon Petruzzi John Petruzzi Diane Hart Hergenrother Tina Williams. Barbara Gray Christopher Miller Danny Nelson Glenn Mencer Todd Raymond Bobby Bones Paul Vossler Susan Lent Tammy Pennington Debbie Coleman Barbara Snyder Sandy Lynch Eileen Nannen Lori Danielson Anne Anderson Jennifer Brown Ann Herzog Chris Lindgren Karen Pennington Martha Shellander Leann Nannen Charles Mcanallen Lori Mayer Valerie Mayer rim Sherwood Jeff Brown Bobby bullers Marty Digel Jean Griffin Mary German Leslie Westlund Susan bullers Barbara Shellander and Steve Mcanallen. Tim Alderfer to appear on when to a former Smethport youth Tim Alderfer will appear on the program a a it a academic Over when to saturday nov. I at 7 . Tim is the son of or. And mrs. Robert Alderfer of Portville n. And the grandson of or. And mrs. Carl Parker of Rose Hill ave. Or. Alderfer an instructor in the Portville High school will also appear on the program As an advisor for the Portville team. E. W. Bill Jones e. W. Bill Jones of Lockport n. Y., a former Smethport resident died suddenly at his Home Friday. His father the late e. W. Jones of Marvin Creek Road was a former sheriff of Mckean county. He is survived by his wife and one son e. W. Jones Iii four Sisters mrs. William no Vick of natron a mrs. Earl Tserkis of California mrs. John Reading of Watkins Glen n. Y., and mrs. John Tatu of Buffalo. Funeral services were held monday at Lockport. Pleats fringes usher in Spring and resort Wear los Angeles a with a whirl of pleats and a flurry of fringes californians dress designers unveiled their Spring and resort Wear collections monday predicting the exit of the Kookie �?~60s and Entrance of the romantic �?~70s. Dresses for the new decade As interpreted by five West coast designers were steeped in sentimentality and drawn from every preceding decade of the Century. Sebastian brightly coloured knits featured abundant below the hip pleats a la the 1920s. Fred Rothschild a designer Rika resurrected the simple shirt dress and the Chemise. Edith Flagg did Princess style dresses straight from 1940s fashion magazines even to their knee length. And Georgette Trigere dashed off a few frivolous prints which fell to midcalf length startlingly reminiscent of the 1950s. The most a a now dress collection was California girl which took the woman of tomorrow into the �?~70s equipped with safari jackets and adventurous Trench Coats hiding Little Matching dresses. Colors were predominantly natural and White Brown and beige. Prepared for supersonic travel action was the key word in All collections with go every where costumes in travel fabrics jerseys polyesters and Revira knits. The meal Rebekah Lodge 63 of Smethport held their initiation jointly with the lady Margaret Lodge 500 of Emporium wednesday of last week in the roof Lodge Hall. Initiation officers of the Ideal Rebekah Lodge in charge were degree mistress Ronabelle mix Noble grand Peggy work vice grand Shirley Abbey conductor Doris Vaughn and Warden Helen Cole. The following were initiated into the lady Margaret Lodge Nellie Mccoslin Ilene Mcfarland and Georgiana Barnhart. Those initiated into Ideal Rebekah Lodge were Susan l. Head Rose e. Ellicott Greer a. Barr and Marjorie Babcock. Mrs. Pearl Frick was made an associate member of Ideal Rebekah Lodge. Mrs. Helen s. Lloyd District Deputy president of lady Margaret Lodge was introduced. There were 18 guests present from lady Margaret one from Maude Lodge and one rom Marvin Lodge. There were 22 members present from the Ideal Rebekah Lodge and refreshments were served by mrs. Kathryn Canfield and miss Stella Larson. Mrs. Ethelyn Peasley mrs. Ethelyn r. Peasley 72, of 109 e. Water St., died in Charles Cole memorial Hospital in Coudersport last thursday. She had been a patient there since sept. 26. She was bom in Ormsby july 17, 1897, daughter of Rufus t. And Agatha Davis Reynolds. She was married to Mark d. Peasley on Jan. 27, 1920. The couple lived in the Smethport Vicinity since then. Or. Peasley died feb. 14,1961. Mrs. Peasley was a member of the former eur Church and of the cd cd ladies Aid society. Bullying Are one daughter mrs. Verne Lewt it of Crown Point ind. Six grandchildren and two great grandchildren a brother W. Reynolds of Smethport and several nieces and nephews. A son Kermit was killed in India in world War ii. A funeral service was held at the Fry funeral Home at 2 . T sunday. The Rev. L. K. Starkweather of East Smethport re tired officiated. Burial was in Fairview Ceme tory Farmers Valley. Bearers were Galen Stinson Phil Kupper Howard Burdick Jack Burton Richard Tanner and Donald Gallup. Card of thanks mrs. Lillian Backus wishes to express her thanks to her Many friends and relatives who have so Standly remembered her with cards Flowers Candy to time and other gifts during her stay in Andrew Kaul memorial Hospital. Farewell Sermon the Rev. William Harper pastor of the Assembly of god at Bradford preached his Farewell Sermon last sunday. Classification talk Given at rotary club Richard Brown gave a classification talk on banking at mondays meeting of the local rotary club at the colonial hotel. Richard Wallace was program chairman. Visitors were present from port Allegany Bradford and this Bor Ough. Son born or. And mrs. John Studholm of Boulder colo., Are parents of a son bom oct. 24. Paternal grandparents Are or. And mrs. Joe Studholm of Denver maternal great grandmother is mrs. Hazel Bloomster of Franklin St. 41 honorary bearers More than 40 ministers served As honorary pallbearers at the funeral of Rev. G. K. Chalfant of Sharon former Coudersport free methodist Church pastor. Lost a no found go win Mcdowell a 101 e. Main St. Smethport did t get lest while he was Hunting monday. He knew where he was Ell the time. The rest it his party it four lest him. Or. Mcdowell end his group entered the Forest Onyse Smethport Side of Emporium Hill monday morning in search of smell game. Later in the afternoon he become separated from the party and an alarm was turned into the Crosby and Smethport Volunteer fire departments it about 6 30 . Shortly thereafter Edward Marsh one of the 25 Crosby Volunteer firemen answering the cell picked up or. Mcdowell walking along the Highway in the Cameron county Sido of the Forest. Keep in tune with 1490 web Bradford a. Major Complete full news weather sports cast reports coverage 7 00 . 7 55 . 7 40 a. M 7 45 . 12 40 p. M. 5 30 p. M 12 30 . 6 15 p. M. 5 55 6 00 . 11 10 p. M. 6 30 11 00 . 10 55 radios inter waiting and informative dial 1490 web 1000 Watts Bradford a

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