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Smethport Mckean County Democrat (Newspaper) - September 3, 1964, Smethport, Pennsylvania Thursday september 3, 1964 Paft three Amster Milliron wedding double ring ceremony miss Evelyn Hay Milliren daughter of or. And mrs. Richard Milliron of Coryville and Joseph Garry Amster exchanged wedding vows saturday aug. 22, before the Rev. Leo w. Mcgaughey in the Coryville evangelical United Brethren Church where a reception was held after the ceremony. John Stratton of Smethport re 2, served As Best Man for his Cousin son of Joseph Amster of Machias . Another Cousin Lawrence Stratton jr., and Max Milliron brother of the Bride ushered. James Russell was ring bearer at his aunts wedding. The silk organza and lacs gown worn by Tho Bride Given in marriage by her father was fashioned with a Basque bodice and detachable train. Her Matching Headpiece held an illusion veil and she carried White roses and Lily of the Valley. White lace gowns were worn Over Aqua taffeta by the bridal attendants who were miss Zel Larhea tester of Washington d. C., maid of Honor and Sisters of the Bride mrs. Carolyn Russell and miss Karen Milliron bridesmaids. They wore Bow headpieces and carried yellow pompous. Nieces of the Bride Patricia Milliron Rixford and Susan Milliron were Flower girls in White dresses trimmed with Aqua taffeta and Bow headpieces. They carried baskets filled with daisies. Mrs. Sherry Heusler wet soloist at the double ring ceremony and mrs. Edith Corbett played the Organ. Or. Amster a Smethport High school graduate is employed at Lysol corp., Olean . His Bride was graduated from Otto Eldred High school and Bryant and Stratton business Institute at Buffalo . Double ring ceremony Vandervort Brown wedding Phalon photo mrs. Joseph g. Amster a. Evelyn key Milliron Jem pc group plans Parade names officers plans for a Parade on May 15, 1965, Iii Shinglehouse were made at a meeting thursday evening of the new and old officers of the Elk Mckean Potter Cameron association held in the Eldred Odd Fellows Hall. Wilbur Washburn will be the Marshall of the Parade which will be headed by officers of the grand Lodge of Pennsylvania j and the Rebekah Assembly of i Pennsylvania. The line of cars floats and marching units will get underway at i . With a business meeting to be held at 2 30 . In the Shinglehouse Odd Fellows Hall. Officers will be Leo Stout president Howard Aumiller vice president mrs. Marie Brown Secretary Joseph Herrick treasurer. A special guest at the meeting was Darrell r. Yeisley of Ging Ston a past Deputy grand master and a past grand patriarch of the patriarchs militant of Pennsylvania. Train deletion proposal meets staunch protest Emporium special the Cameron county courthouse Drew a capacity crowd Here on wednesday of last week at a Public utilities commission hearing protesting the Pennsylvania railroads proposal to Cut two passengers runs Between Emporium and Erie. The trains Are nos. 580 and 581. The hearing began at to . With five local residents being heard including William Mei Sel president of the chamber of Commerce and the Industrial planning commission Claude Campbell mayor of the Borough and Leslie Geelen Cameron county commissioner Erwin Murray Cameron county representative in the general Assembly and mrs. Brake Syl Der Emporium a constant user of the line. Testimony was heard from witnesses for the Pennsylvania Railroad asking permission to remove the two trains that they claimed were costing us the general testimony from the county was to the effect that removal of the trains would leave the area without Public Means of transportation to the West of Emporium and that it would detract As a loss of service to any prospective new Industry that would be surveying the local area for possible Industrial location or expansion. The Rev. Roy w. Christensen officiated at the wedding of miss Leslie Dianne Brown and William h. Vandervort saturday in Trinity lutheran Church at Smethport. The daughter of or. And mrs. William c. Brown Eldred re 2, and the son of or. And mrs. Charles Vandervort Smethport were married at 2 . In a double ring ceremony that took place before an altar decorated with yellow and White Gladioli. A Whit silk organza gown was worn Over taffeta by Tho Brido who was Givon in marriage by Hor father. Iridescent sequins accented the Chantilly Lac applique trim on Tho Bateau neckline tapered sleeves and bouffant organza skirt that was worn Over hoops and styled with tiered ruffles and Chapel train. A Floral Headpiece of Llly of the Valley held her pure silk French illusion veil and Hor Flowers were a Cascade of White roses. Princess style taffeta brocade dresses and veiled Crystal crowns were worn by the bridal attendants who carried Pompon crescents. Miss Carol Hardes maid of Honor was dressed in mint Green and carried yellow Flowers. The bridesmaids miss Faye Hetrick and miss Mary Pat Rowan wore yellow and carried Lavender Flowers. Jennie Gaudino was Flower girl in a yellow Nylon dress and yellow Headpiece. She carried a Basket filled with yellow Daisy pompous. Wedding selections were played by mrs. Jonnie Lynn Mayer and Robert Cochran was soloist. John Hultquist of Clarion served As Best Man. Clark Brown brother of the Bride and Charles Vandervort. Brother of the bridegroom ushered. A Cousin of the bridegroom Godfrey Huggler was ring bearer. Mrs. Brown appeared in a two piece Pink lace dress Whit accessories and a White Carnation Corsage. A Sheath of autumn hues was worn by mrs. Vandervort with Matching jacket and y Al Low Rose Corsage. The Bride was attired in a Blue and White a i will Phalon photo mrs. William h. Vandervort. Leslie Dianne Brown striped seersucker suit when the couple left for a wedding trip to the Adirondack mountains after a reception at Eldred legion Hall. Or. Vandervort is a senior at Clarion state College. Mrs. Vandervort. A Smethport High school graduate is employed As a Secretary at Mansfield state College. Donald b. Miller Donald b. Miller 46. A welder for the Kendall refining co. Of Bradford and a Veteran of world War ii who resided at Fowler Brook Eldred . 2, died Early monday morning in the Olean general Hospital. He was born in Coryville on dec. I 1917, and was the son of Frank and Myra Beers Miller. He was a member of Faith Chapel of Eldred ., and a member of the Northern Star Lodge no. 555, free and accepted masons of Duke Center. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Katherine Brown Miller two sons Donald r. Miller of Pomona calif., and Ronald a. Miller of Eldred . 2 a daughter miss Myra Jean Miller at Home four Brothers Claude of Hollywood calif., Roy of Smethport Richard of Alliquippa and Neil Miller of Warren two Sisters mrs. Esther Green of Huntington Beach calif., and mrs. Vivian Cochran of Lockport by. The funeral service will be conducted this afternoon at 1 30 in the Frame funeral Home Eldred by the Rev. Margaret Holmes pastor of Faith Chapel. Interment will be in Rose Hill cemetery Smethport. A memorial service was conducted last night in the funeral Home by Northern Star masonic Lodge 555 of Duke Center. Smorgasbord. Saturday night music by Al Mascio Trio Gino a colonial motor hotel my restaurant Smethport sunday dinners served from 12 Neon to a i buy or sell with want ads Walter Peoria continued jjt8, n a a a in i directs Bradford As chairman of Aid Board cop quarters water hindering drilling activity at District Well Emporium special work completed by labor Day weekend should reveal if a Gas Well being drilled by Belmont Oil co. And new York state natural Gas Ca on still House Road near the Emporium country club will be productive. The Well is being drilled by the companies which entered into a lease agreement with the Emporium country club and other concerned land owners in a predetermined Pool of 627 acres. Drill is expected to reach a depth of 5,920 feet and the drilling Crew working 24 hours a Day for two weeks had reached a depth of 4,170 feet at 6 . Monday. At that time drilling was temporarily halted to change a bit and it was discovered that water was leaking into the Hole. Air was forced in to dry the Well but water was still hindering drilling operations tuesday afternoon. Henry g. Mcgavisk the funeral service for Henry e. Mcgavisk. 86, of Smethport who died on monday of last week in the port Allegany Hospital was conducted last thursday in St. Elizabeth a Church Smethport by the Rev. John d. Danis Zewski principal of Bradford Central Christian High school. Bearers were George e. Brown Patrick j. Foley Charles Irons Harold e. Irons Joseph p. Kearns and Claude Ritt Berg. Mrs. Richard Raymond was organist and mrs. Bernard Vossler Sang the responses. Interment was in the Parish cemetery. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of the Lee funeral Home. Twin lakes to close the twin lakes recreational area near Kane will close for the season after labor Day. 8 it 40 Salon 282 holds annual election initiation and wrecking ceremonies were held wednesday night of last week by the Mckean county 8 it 40 at producers Bank and Trust co. South ave. Branch Bradford. Mrs. Mary Jane Price and mrs. June Knight Bradford were initiated and the wrecking ceremony was held for initiates mrs. Mary Gould mrs. Margaret hime6, mrs. Sara Thayer and mrs. Dorothy Pascarella. The senders were conducted by mrs. Cora wedge Bradford Chapeau passe with assistance of mrs. Cecelia r. West Bradford acting Chapeau Demi Chapeau mrs. Mary Jackson Bradford first and mrs. Loraine Gillen port Allegany second mrs. Doris Allen Bradford child welfare miss Mary Hanlon port Allegany historian mrs. Lulu say Bradford rituals and emblems mrs. Marian Boss new Smyrna fla., partnership mrs. Edith Pesta Bradford sergeant at arms and mrs. Genevieve Johnson chaplain. At the meeting conducted by mrs. West in Petit Demi Chapeau premiere miss Frances Hanlon of port Allegany reported that Mckean Salon 282 had received Cash awards from the department the Alta award Western Section most outstanding reports on Constitution and bylaws and Trudie Baker award largest mph fund donation for Salon with less than 50 members. Installation services will be held in september at Eldred. Moose in port plan activities port Allegany special a activities for the month have been announced by the Loyal order of Moose no. 460 of port Allegany. This saturday there will be a dance for members and guests from to . To 2 . On sunday sept. 13, the annual indoor Clambake will be served with a dinner at 5 . A class enrolment honouring d. B. Mcconnell will be held sunday sept. 27. Or. Mcconnell recently retired after 38 years As Secretary of the club. Buy u. S. Savings Bonds Bradford w a 11 e r r. Peoria who has served As chairman of the Mckean county Board of assistance for the past three years was continued in office until next january at which time a reorganization meeting will be held. This action was taken tuesday afternoon at the monthly Board meeting held at the rooms at 52 Boylston St. John w. Bryner police hold Man for burglary at Derrick City a Derrick City area Man was taken into custody by Foster township police Early sunday morning on charges of burglary and larceny in connection with a break in at the Derrick City Volunteer fire department building. Lodged in the county jail at Smethport on the felony count is Marlin g. Marble said chief Earl Bridge. Marble will be arraigned before Justice of the peace Joseph j. Frampton. At present he is being held As a parole violator. According to chief Bridge Marble broke into the place pried off the lock on the refrigerator broke open three Wall cabinets and stole a Quantity of beverages and cigarettes. Ground is broken for scout Camp Warren a ground was broken for the new Camp Olmstead of chief Cornplanter Council boy scouts of America in ceremonies featuring Alex f. Fino Council president and William Crossett Camp development chairman. Abbey Hemingway and associates of Bradford Are architects for the development program while Bell and Bell of Eldred is under contract for the Road building and site Clearing now under Way. The project is scheduled for completion in 1965. Gas pocket starts Ormsby Well Blaze a fire started by a pocket of Gas which was hit while drilling a Well was quickly brought under control by the Hilltop Volunteer fire department Friday evening. Fire chief i. O. Lord said that a Crew for r. M. Mitchell drilling a Well for the Pennzoil co., hit the pocket at the first Sand setting fire to the Rig. Fifteen volunteers answered the 8 . Alarm sounded for the Ormsby Blaze and damage to the Rig was minimal. A a certainly i Ake music. Lets go Avn place where we can hear it was elected vice chairman with miss Ruth Stewart Secretary. Dinner followed at the pen Hills club. Mrs. Elizabeth Drozeski executive Secretary announced that the Board is in urgent need of six caseworkers with a starting salary of $4,783 per year. To qualify a College degree is necessary of All applicants. The Board voted to meet the last thursday of each month. On the recommendation of mrs. Rezeski the Board voted permanent status to mrs. Katherine Sherk and mrs. Lucille Ryan As resources examiners and miss Mary Kopp As clerk typist on. The Board also appointed mrs. Carolyn s. Brown As clerk typist one on a probation recommendation. The resignation of Gaetano Suppa As caseworker one was accepted. Or. Suppa gave ill health As his reason. Mrs. Drozeski explained in detail the state House Resolution no. 28 effecting shelter Cost increase As of july i and of medical fee and nursing Home fee increases As of sept. I. A highlight of the meeting was the acquainting of the Board members with a Complete application procedure for Public assistance. Participating were three employees of the county Board. J. Michael Robertson a caseworker assumed the role As the intake supervisor with Case workers John w. Yates and mrs. Nona Peckham portraying the roles of a emr. And mrs. Smith in need of assistance As the result of loss of work and inability to find employment and current household expenditures piling up without any vision of when these obligations can be met. Or. Robertson acted out his role with perfection in Sutlin ing the requirements of All applicants in accepting the applications pointing out the necessity of being honest in answers such As assets and liabilities Etc. Mrs. Peckham and or. Yates i reacted parts often presented them by applicants in their roles As caseworkers. They inserted some humor in answering questions As to what a other people on the Public assistance roles have said such As they done to have to do this or that. It was an educational lesson for Board members As to what the state actually sets up As qualifications for All applicants. Explained by the caseworker was the indemnity agreement and reimbursement agreement All applicants must fill out also on the requirements of placing liens against people having property but pointing out the state does no to sell them out As Long As the family continues to reside there but the Money advanced on assistance is to be paid Back upon Selling of the property. Bobby to Jamestown Jamestown . Robert f. Kennedy democratic candidate for the . Senate from new York state will visit Jamestown on sept. 8, it has been announced by United press International. Hoping to gain the seat now occupied by Kenneth b. Keating of Rochester Kennedy will arrive in Jamestown in the afternoon. He Hopes to be named his party a Choice at the democratic state committee meeting tuesday in new York City. The appointment of mrs. Elwood l. Mix of Bradford As general chairman of the Mckean county Republican committee Headquarters at 16 main St., Bradford was announced by Merle e. Dickinson of Smethport. County gop chairman. The Headquarters were formally opened Friday afternoon. Mrs. Mix is being assisted at the Bradford Headquarters by members of the Young republicans under the chairmanship of mrs. Shirley Stratton. Mrs. Kenneth Lorch is serving As chairman of the jewelry display which is featured at the Headquarters. Mrs. Mix stated that the downtown spot will be open daily until nov. 4 with Volunteer workers in attendance. 15th scientific heart unit meet slated at York Organ transplantation smoking stress and diet will be explored from the medical Legal and social Points of View at the 15th annual scientific session of the Pennsylvania heart association in York sept. 18-19. Planning committees under the chairmanship of or. Joseph a. Wagner and or. John h. Moyer ii have arranged programs of interest to medical professions and the Public. Sessions begin at to ., 2 and 8 . Friday and 9 . Saturday. Further information and Advance registration forms May be had by contacting the Allegheny Mountain heart association 200 pleasant St., or mrs. Gene Mcgrail Field representative. This n that no politician Ever undertook a More ambitious or More successful barnstorming Campaign than the one just completed by 21-year-old Katy sue Meredith of Andalusia Ala. As the 1964 maid of Cotton she spent seven months travelling in this country and abroad. She created a favourable impression from Austria to Australia winning admiration with her own special Brand of warmth enthusiasm and graciousness. Miss Meredith met with the Queen of Thailand and the first lady of the Philippines with top government leaders and Industry officials and appeared in fashion shows around the Globe. In India her appearance in a Benefit fashion show helped raise $6,300 for the Blind. In Hong Kong she presented Cotton to a newly completed Hospital and in typhoon stricken Manila miss Meredith gave a helping hand to the governments Relief Campaign. Starts Plant addition Warren j. Albert Granger president and sole owner of Loranger plastics corp., has announced that work has started on a $500,000 project which will More than double the size of the company a Plant on Clark St. Richard Mccarthy of John Grove jr., associates is the architect for the addition which is scheduled for completion by Jan. I. The company expects to hire More than 90 additional employees to operate its expanded facilities. A heir styling a heir cute a permanent a manicure Mon. Tum. Fri. Sat a b to 5 30 wed. And thura.�?9 to 9 walk ins and appointments Judy s Beauty Salon hey Van Scoter. Hair stylist mein St., Eldred 225-4713 a House in 1950 was Worth $12,000. But in 1964 its Worth $19,000 look at the difference if your House were destroyed or damaged would your present insurance coverage cover the entire loss Call us for the answer�?$17-21 la. Francis j. Quirk or. A insurance for everything 209 w. Mein St., Smethport special at Lindgren variety heart heart knitting worsted 4 of. 4 ply. 100% Virgin Wool Mot proof regular Price $1.29 per skein now i. 09 a for a limited time Only Lindgren a variety Smethport did you say automatic receipts tis i said you git automatic re i its por Money you pay out Whin you pay with Chicks. Your can cued checks returned to you period Icay Are valid proof of payment Why not open a checking account with us soon v now in our second Century of service Hamlin Bank and Trust company a Pinar Bank a Mckean cd Tyty gait Smethport my j it Eti member fed my Deposit insurance Corpora

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