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Smethport Mckean County Democrat (Newspaper) - September 14, 1933, Smethport, Pennsylvania Mckean county Democrat volume 58 Russell r. Lindsley publish. Smethport. Pa., thursday september 14, 1933 terms zoo per year. No. 37 Leo Burgess 12, killed on ugh Way Coleville lad hit by truck after quitting school bus i Quot Leo Burgess aged 12, was instantly killed at 4 45 of clock yesterday afternoon when struck by a Light Ford truck driven by a. S. Hibbard of Farmers Valley shortly after alighting from a Keating township school bus on the Highway in front of his Home Between Wrights Corners and Coleville. Or. Hibbard was released on his own recognizance after a preliminary investigation by w. D. Allen Mckean county Coroner but will appear at a Coroner s inquest today. The Burgess boy was a student at the Farmers Valley consolidated school and in company with a number of other students residing on Cole Creek was picked up yesterday afternoon by the bus driven by Jay j. Johnston of Smethport and taken to his Home. The victim of Accident left the bus in company with four children of the Sprester family neighbors of the Burgess family on the same Side of the Highway. After the school bus had started up to resume its trip to Coleville the Burgess boy dashed across the Highway directly in the path of or. Hibbard struck which was being driven to Farmers Valley. Or. Hibbard made a desperate attempt to avoid hitting the lad and swung off the Road to the right. However the truck struck him squarely and. Passed Over his body killing him instantly. The body was terribly mangled by the Impact. Or. Hibbard picked up the boy and rushed him to the Bradford Hospital where he was pronounced dead. Or Johnston unaware of the Accident had proceeded at least a thousand feet from the scene when children in the rear of the bus called his attention to what had happened. An unusual incident is Given As the reason for the Accident. The Burgess boy had left his bicycle alongside the Highway opposite from the Point where the bus stopped yesterday morning when he went to school and his Boyish exuberance in dashing across the Road to get the bicycle is said to have caused the shocking tragedy. The Schoolboy safety patrolman was Riding on the bus but did not attempt to Flag traffic due to the fact that the vehicle stopped on the same Side of the Road where All five children j who alighted lived and it was not anticipated that any of them would Cross to the other Side of the Highway. It is reported that or. Hibbard who was accompanied by his wife was driving at a moderate rate of Speed and blew his Horn As he passed the bus which had already started in the opposite direction when he passed it. Kenneth Sprester. A student at the i Smethport High school was one of those who alighted from the bus and was an Eye witness to the tragedy. His statement is reported to absolve or. Hibbard of any blame for the fatality. This was the first Accident since Keating township started operating its own school buses a y ear ago every possible precaution has been taken by the Drivers and boys of the safety patrol to safeguard the children who ride the vehicles. When any of the pupils have to Cross the Highway to or from the bus traffic is flagged in both directions. Leo Burgess was the son of or. And mrs. Cecil Burgess or. Burgess is a drilling contractor and drilled the deep water Well for the Ostrander building on main Street Smethport a Short time ago. Or. Hibbard has a regular trucking service in Smethport for the removal of rubbish and garbage. The Accident was investigated by Coroner Allen the state Highway patrol and county detective j. J. Allison. Band concert tonight tonight at 8 00 of clock weather permitting the Smethport band will Render a concert at the court House Square Pagoda. The local musical organization will present a selected program. It is the bands intention to continue the open air concerts during the fall season As Long As weather permits. Hibbard Larson wedding Here a pretty wedding was solemnized in the Smethport methodist episcopal Church last saturday sept. 6, at 6 00 p. In. When miss Hazel w. Larson Only daughter of or. And mrs. John Larson of Smethport became the Bride of George Hibbard of Cuba n. Y. The Rev. Howard Spangler pastor of the Church performed the ceremony. The Bride wore a Blue ensemble suit with hat slippers and gloves of corresponding Hue. She wore a Corsage of Pink rosebuds and baby breath. Mrs. A. R Livermore the brides Only attendant wore a Blue printed silk gown with hat to match. She wore a Corsage of roses. Or. A. R. Livermore was or. Hibbard a Best Man. Mrs. Stanley Bright played Lohengrin a wedding March and a a of Promise me during the ceremony. The Bride is a graduate of the Smethport High school class of 1925, and of the Bradford Hospital training school for nurses class of 1928. The Groom is a graduate of the Cuba High school and holds a responsible position with the Standard Oil co. Or. And mrs. Hibbard left on a motor trip through new York state. They will take up their residence in Rochester n. Y. The Democrat extends congratulations to the popular Young couple on this auspicious occasion. Wooden Barracks to be built for c. C. C. Quarters Kane Republican six c. C. C. Camps near Here in the Allegheny National Forest As Well As the 88 others in state forests throughout Pennsylvania. Will be maintained during the Winter according to information received today from major Edward w Turner commandant in this District. Major Turner said he had been informed by major general Paul b. Malone third corps area commander that none of the Camps in the state would be moved South for the Winter. Present enlistments expire september 30. But any men unable to find jobs will be permitted to re enlist for another six months term. The men will be Given five Day furloughs before that Date in which to Hunt for jobs. The two weeks from september 30 to october 15 will be an adjustment period. At the end of that time the Camps Are to be brought to their full strength of 200 men each. Replacements will be from Central concentration Camps similar to the ones which Gas line broke a a break in a High pressure Gas a line at the Mckean county fair a last thursday night sent Forth a Clouds of Gas and dust which had a the huge crowds on the grounds a gasping. A a the damaged line was repaired a by employees of the Smethport Gas a co. In Short order. A police guarded the Vicinity of a a the break to prevent persons a lighting matches or approaching a a with lighted cigarettes or cigars. A big fair came to successful close thursday military night furnished a colourful finale the great 1933 Mckean county fair and races ended last thursday night literally in a Blaze of glory with a special military program. A Large crowd last thursday afternoon enjoyed a splendid program of harness races and running dashes and the conclusion of the colourful horse show which was advertised for tuesday and wednesday but lasted into the third Day. The night crowd thursday was the largest in fair history and patrons were treated to one of the most colourful programs Ever presented in the county. Military night brought veterans drum and Bugle corps from a num-1 Smethport High school faculty rep local students enter allege Smethport and Vicinity will again be Well represented by students at various colleges throughout the country during the 1933-34 term which starts this week and next in the majority of instances. The following list compiled by miss Carrie a Day a member of the Ber of Points to participate in the prize Drill contest. Organizations competing were the v. F. W. Corps Bradford american legion corps St. Marys american legion corps. Port Allegany american legion corps Bradford Ameri resents nearly one Hundred per cent. S. H. 3. Graduates Donald Abbey St. Bonaventure a College Allegany n. Y Wendell Anderson a Pennsylvania state College. Willard Anderson a University of can legion corps Olean and Junior Oklahoma Norman okla Ben Hur corps Bradford. First prize went to the veterans of foreign wars corps of Bradford second prize to the Bradford american legion corps and third prize to the St. Marys american legion corps. Points upon which the judges were asked to base their decisions in order of importance were number of men drilling perfection and music. In the first two the Bradford organizations easily carried first and second honors. If the awards had been made on playing ability St marys legion corps would have won by a mile. The St. Marys veterans played Grace Bill vent rider College Trenton. N. J. Josephine Botsford a Westbrooks business Academy Olean n. Y. Gordon Brights Tusculum College Greeneville Tenn. Harold Bright a Brown University Providence r. I. Richard Carlson a Pennsylvania state College. William Cleveland Dickinson College Williamsport a. Alma Downey a Westbrooks business Academy Olean n. Y. Julia Belle Gallup mercy Hurst College Erie a. Marjorie Gallup Westbrooks Busi beautifully and with a cleverly bal Ness Academy Olean. N. Y. Danced ensemble of variously pitched key bugles and with every Man an artist achieved effects resembling a brass band. Particularly effective we As a pretty Bugle overture with drum ruffles we hich presented tuneful adagio Waltz March and other movements rendered with a finesse which placed the St. Marys organization in the category of a real musical organization. The selection Wras enthusiastically applauded. Port Allegany legion corps Nat-1 tily uniformed and drilling surprisingly Well despite the fact that it has been organized but a few weeks made a big hit with the crowd As did j the Ben Hur corps of Bradford com j posed of youngsters ranging in Ages Fritz Guentert University of Pittsburgh. Alice Marie Hackett lock Haven state teachers College. James Hockenberry a Wharton school of finance Philadelphia. John Hubbard a Carnegie tech., Pittsburgh. Julia Katherine Hubbard Carnegie tech., Pittsburgh. Louise Hull a Westbrooks business Academy Olean n. Y. Helen Johnson Carnegie tech., Pittsburgh. Primaries next tuesday will be most exciting Many candidates for county and local offices next tuesday will witness the eagerly awaited Battle of ballots which will end one of the most exciting primary campaigns in county political history. Never before has the Republican party witnessed such strenuous contests for various county offices including judge county treasurer clerk of courts and jury commissioner. Some Strong candidates men and women Are competing for the various offices and no one would venture to predict the final result. President judge j. W. Bouton is being opposed for re election by District attorney Chas. G. Hubbard of Kane. There Are eleven Republican candidate for county treasurer five for clerk of courts and four for jury commissioner. The spirit of Competition extends into the Borough primary where the majority of local offices Are to be filled. For the first time in Many years the democrats have a full ticket in the county and candidates for Borough offices. Following is the Complete list of county and Borough candidates in the a sheep. Horses calves a a look like woodchucks a a to Sharon Hunters a a Shinglehouse is High a a time that Hunters in the Oswayo a a Valley were waking up to them a a selves before they get into ser a a ious trouble. No one out Hunting a a woodchucks should shoot until a a they know what they Are shooting a a at and then they ought to be care a a Ful about the direction in which a a they fire. A a within the past two w weeks three a a sheep have been killed on the c. A a m. Livermore farm a horse so a a badly wounded that it had to be a a killed on the Jesse Drake farm a a and a calf killed on the big Dodge a a farm. These farms Are All at a a Sharon Center. A Council holds Nuiet session Hope of any additional Street paving in Smethport this year is believed to be definitely abandoned As a result of Tho regular meeting of the Borough Council held monday night. Although there is a sum of Money said to total $3,000 available to the Borough from the county commissioners representing funds returned to Mckean by the state from gasoline taxes the Council understands that it w Ould be necessary to duplicate any amount before the commissioners would allot funds for local paving. A the Borough carrying Bonds top yes appear on the i for the b of paving program last year and faced with a financial deficit As ballot county offices democratic president judge John p. Devlin. County treasurer a. A Denman. Clerk of courts a Katherine m. Flynn. Jury commissioner one to be nominated a Dora v. Keenan and Frank h. Catwell. Republican president judge Hon. J. W. Bouton and Charles g. Hubbard. County treasurer a mrs. Marion Mccann William Beck. George a a result of the costly rate and ser Voca argument with the Smethport water co., is unable to spend any More for permanent Street improvements. Kane Borough receiving $5,000 of the gasoline tax Money is the Only town which has availed itself of the paving plan according to announcements made to Date. At the Council meeting monday night a report of John Rice of Pitte Burgh Hydraulic Engineer was read. Or. Rice is representing the Borough Lull James Cunningham. Harold k. A argument with the water co., Lundberg George m. Sutton. Harry i an it the report gave a summary of or. P. Kurtz Edgar l. Rhone d Earl ri0�?T activities to Date in conferring Repine j. Scott Walker and Raymond wih the Engineer representing Tho Woodrum. Local water company. Clerk of courts a. Albert Cleve j the engineers have agreed that the land or. D. Elva Cooper Helen c. Quality of water supplied to 8meth-Rogers, Berle f. Fesenmyer and John port is not All that might be. Desired r. Carvolth. I and that pressure is inadequate for jury commissioner Lewis w. My fire Protection All four Inch Mains i Closkey. Enos Southwick Ralph c. L a. Robert Karlene Alfred University j Hill and e. J. Clark. Alfred n. Y. Borough offices Janet Llull Bridges Mansfield state j democratic teachers College. J Burgess Frank b. Fay. Gain Mccoy Yale University new Council a. W Campbell from 8 to 14. Haven Conn j of Laughlin John r. Mccarthy and the drills were All Fine and Conclud-1 Orlo Mccoy University of Roches Urben Fay. De with a Parade of All the corps in Ter Rochester. N. Y. School directors a. A. Hosts and Charlotte Mckendrick a Mansfield state teachers College. Ruth Marsh a Allegheny College Meadville. A. Ruth Massery Houghton College Houghton n. Y. Dorothea Miller mechanics massed playing formation. As the massed corps awning to Salute the continued on last Page col. I s. H. S. And alumni will open local Grid season a week from tomorrow Smethport football fans will have j tute Rochester. N. Y. The Opportunity of a revue of the Penn me nerd Dickinson were used for the Brief training of the Jugg g h g rid qua i on Friday Williamsport a. Men before they we Ere sent Here in j Hie noon sept. 22. When they clash i Philip Newman inst College Mun Kenton Abbey. Auditor Margaret a. Daly. Judge of ejection Joseph e by inspector of election Ray j. Day. Republican Burgess Daniel Bacon. Will be replaced with six Inch it la understood according to the terms of the tentative agreement. Undoubtedly the final result of tha conference of engineers representing the Borough w Ater company and tha Pennsylvania Public service Commisa Lon will be a costly proposition for the w Ater company. Inasmuch As the local company has been running at a j loss someone will have to foot the Bill and that someone will of course be the ultimate water consumer that is if the engineers can reach an i agreement that is satisfactory to both the Borough and water company april during the Snow season the men will confine their work principally to thinning of Timber stands. This we Ork is done More efficiently in the Winter foresters say. Preparations for adequate housing and clothing of the 30.000 members of the civilian conservation corps in the third corps area during cold weather moved Forward rapidly today As plans were completed for Standard Type of Barracks to be erected in each of the 154 Camps. With the alumni at Mccoy stadium. The game is scheduled to Start at 3 30 of clock and it is hoped to enlist the cooperation of business men so that the season May Start with a Good alumni will have a Strong lineup of old time stars on the Field and Massachusetts in son. John a. Karlen. Claude Hackett statute of technology. Boston mass. And Leo e. Digel. Four to be Nom James Petruzzio University of but inn Ted. Falo. School directors a j. L Morrison Leo Petruzzio University of Tenn and r w. Herzog Essee Knoxville. Tax collector a. C. Gleason. Harriet Raymer Mansfield state auditor one to be nominated a teachers College. J e. W. Strong and a. Z. Hileman. Council Albert Walter Johnson. H. Which would be almost out of tha g. German w a Ostrander Louis realm of possibility without Many con l. Burdick m. H. Kelly a. M Ander Cessions on both sides. Or Rice neglected to present his j Bill for services rendered at monday nights meeting so there is no Way to Harriet Rockefeller Temple uni expect to give the youngsters a real varsity. Philadelphia we Ork out. Robert Speer University of Michi coach Anthony Dougals boys Are Gan. Ann Arbor. Clermont paving near end the Extension of the red Mill Highway paving part of the Pinchot program for a distance of 1.65 Miles Between Clermont and i Stanter is being finished this week. Work on the added stretch w As started recently by state Highway workers under the direction of county Highway supt. C. H Carlson of Smethport. Coryville boy suffers attack infantile paralysis Howard Cochran 6-year-old son of or. And mrs. P. R. Cochran of Colville suffered an attack of infantile paralysis last week the Only Case of its kind reported in Mckean county this year. Inasmuch As this is the period when the dread malady appears in greatest number of cases health authorities Are taking every possible precaution. It is hoped that there will be no epidemic such As swy ept Bradford and Vicinity last year at this time. Or. S. R. Huff of Eldred is attending the Coryville boy. Vote for Ostrander Republican candidate for Council. Thirty years a Public servant without pay. Continue the boroughs de a Loument program. Political and e. W. Jones sues bus line the tragic death of Lester Jones popular Smethport High school athlete. Was recalled this week when his father e. W. Jones entered suit in Mckean county court against the c. H. Latham bus line inc., of Bradford. Lester was fatally injured on the Marvin Creek Highway near his Home one night the latter part of March. 1932. But waged a valiant fight for life in the Bradford Hospital finally succumbing to his terrible injuries on sept. 22, 1932. The bus we hich struck the popular Young Man was chartered to take a party of local bowlers to Kane and was returning from that place when the Accident occurred. Walter Anderson of Smethport was driving the vehicle. Rehearsing with a vengeance in preparation for a stiff schedule. The Orange and Black Hopes to snap out of the football slump of recent years with a Good showing against several Strong opponents this season. Alfred University. University of shorty Petruzzi training with Tennessee eleven although As stated in the Democrat last we Eek. Leo a a shorty Petruzzi of Smethport has been suffering from an attack of acute appendicitis and has lost a great Deal of weight. He is training with the varsity eleven of the University of Tennessee. Knoxville. In preparation for the 1933 football season. A a shorty is working with the first Backfield and sports writers Are enthusiastic Over the form he is showing in spite of the Handicap of his severe illness. Susanna Speer Alfred. N. Y Clinton studholme Wisconsin. Madison. Taylor studholme Wisconsin. Joseph Grey studholme University term. Of Wisconsin. J captains of the Smethport patrol Andrews Van Dyke episcopal Theo Are Duncan Mccoy Bernard Huff logical Seminary. Alexandria. Virgin Man and Charles Berger. Patrol of knowing what the total Cost j the Borough to Date amounts to. Very Little business of importance was transacted at the meeting. The following Billa were Lead and ordered paid with the exception of _ Holmes a Gilfillan f. J. Quirk and inspector of election Rose l. Her j the Telephone co �8. Transfer general fund. $1000 Bell Telephone co., Telephone $17.9q f. J. School patrols organized quark it supplies $15 89 Holmes a 011 judge Strom. Of election Fred w. Hall University work of organizing the Schoolboy fit an suppne8 ,$10 36 e. W Workley j safety patrol w As started last we Eek g amps $10.00 Chas. Infantino refund of by the Mckean county motor club meter Dot posit. $5.00 Bradford electric when schools opened for the 1933-34 co electric current. $768 07 s. H. George Hewitt Able to leave Hospital George Hewitt Smethport Oil Man who we As stricken with a serious attack of illness a number of weeks ago we Hile crossing the Atlantic on the steamship Acqua Tania on his return from an extended stay in the Oil Fields of Burma India is improving steadily or. Hewitt who was rushed to a Hospital As soon As the liner docked we As Able to leave the institution last saturday. He and mrs. Hewitt have engaged an apartment and will remain in new York we Hile he receives further medical treatment. Local nurse stricken with diphtheria and Scarlet fever at same time mrs. Phyllis mealy a practical nurse is confined to her Home on Rose Hill Avenue suffering from a simultaneous attack of Scarlet fever and diphtheria. The family Home has been placed under quarantine. Largest enrolment in history a hath school the enrolment of students in the Smethport High school reached 232 on monday the largest in history. Membership by classes is As follows seniors. 45 juniors. 45 sophomores. 62 freshmen. 80 there is a total enrolment of 216 in the grades this year divided As follows 1st, miss Ethel Marks. 29 2nd, miss Bessie Ottoson. 27 3rd, miss Katherine Workley ----20 4th, miss Ruth Mccarthy. 24 5th, miss Anna Cotter. 30 6th, miss Julia Fay. 30 7th, miss Katherine Fay. 30 8th, mrs. Laura Van Dusen. 26 the total enrolment in the Borough schools is 448. Bordell paving steady Progress is being made on the Extension of the new paved Highway Between Rew City and Bordel. La. Margaret Davis has enrolled in the nurses training school of the Bradford Hospital. Dolores Bloomster will train for a nurse at Long Branch Hospital Long Brach n. J. Esther Anderson. Kathryn Anderson. Louise Huffman Alice Marie hol quist Charles Johnson Janice Kohn Alice Monheimer and Sarah Jane Sharro Are taking Post graduate work in Smethport High school. Pilots search for two balloons lost in race Herman Alexander Smethport transport Pilot Clark Barnhart student Pilot of Smethport and William Hen Retta student Pilot of Kane searched hundreds of Square mites of territory South of Roystone near Ludlow last Friday afternoon seeking one or both of the balloons which were reported lost after the race from Chicago. A woman living in Roystone thought members Are Herriman Melvin Dodge Richard Nourse. Merle Engstrom Leo Herzog jr., Clair Fleeger and Morris Roseboom or. Robert Feura is Captain of the patrol at the Farmers Valley consolidated school and members of the patrol Are Verne Lemon James pock by James Baker Gale Cosper and Edward Van sickle Norman salary. $17500 Glen Mencer salary $125 00 Chas. Ler Ranier salary $50 00 f h. Biever salary $80.00 c w. Shattuck salary. $5000 Lyle Robert quirk James salary $5.00 l. O comes Sal local Pilot flys Home made Ridgway plane Herman Alexander transport Pilot who is employed by the state Highway maintenance division in Smethport and who in company with Clark Barnhart also of Smethport operates the Larson Airport on the Kane it Jewett Highway flew a Home made air plane last we Eek. The Craft was built by Lester Simons of Ridgway who is an ardent aviation fan but cannot Pilot a Craft Alexander with Simons As a pass i Enger flew from the Larson port for i Ary $110.00 Buffalo Springfield roller co., roller rental $204.90 James r. Kearney corp., supplies $2191 Fay a Mckiernan supplies $161 Anderson s service station supplies $1,62 Bradford electric co., supplies $88.84 w. L Pierotto services $42.00 Backus Novelty co., supplies 75c Barrett co., supplies $ Smethport natural Gas co., Gas $4.80 a r. Hull labor $72.50 mrs. E. Clark supplies $23.72 Smethport garage co., supplies $7.39 Andersons service station supplies $9 26 Dudley Day supplies. $6 40 Democrat publishing co., printing $14.62 Ralph Hockenberry refund meter Deposit $5.00 j. A. Schermerhorn gasoline $12 93 Mel Lert Widner co., refund meter Deposit $5.00 Chas. W. Masser supplies $2.13 and $210 a Penn store supplies $1.04 m. O Brien police duty $110.00 collector of internal Revenue excise tax $5115. She heard signals from a balloon one Day last we Eek and although the search about Twenty minutes and reported was believed to be a wild Goose Chase the aviators decided not to miss a possibility that a balloon had come Down in the desolate Region. It afterwards developed that both balloons landed safely in Canada far from civilization and it took the pilots a number of Days to walk out of the Woods. Pipe line Progress work of laying the big pipe line from the new Hebron Gas Field in Potter county to the United natural Gas co. Pump station at Colegrove near Smethport is rapidly nearing completion. That the plane handled perfectly a fact that could be determined Only by actual flight. Burbank Road completed tie half mile Extension of the Burbank Highway we As completed this week and has been opened to traffic. Construction of this portion of Road we As made possible by the cooperation of Farmers living along the route who donated labor and materials. The work w�?Ta3 done under the supervision of the Keating township Board of supervisors and the paving is substantially constructed of regulation Macadam Type. Drill in nearby deep Gas test nears Sand Marvindale Well report the deep test Gas Wrell of the Atlantic Seaboard co. On the Field farm at Marvindale we As drilling at 4600 feet late yesterday afternoon. The Drill at the present time is believed to be Only about 900 feet from the Oriskany Sand on the Smethport Anticline. The Well will be completed in slightly More than two weeks at the present rate of Progress. Try a Democrat want and

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