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Titusville Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1937, Titusville, Pennsylvania Two wednesday morning the Titusville pm Herat october 6 1937 m the Oil producers problems the oldest Hank in inc Oil regions we still re main the favorite Hank ing institution of Oil producers our Hoard of directors and our officers know the Oil Industry and its problems and we Wel come at All limes Oil producers business May we serve you y in the Charm Beauty Shoppe takes this Opportunity to introduce its work t 1 in Titus Villa permanent Waves permanent Waves end these specials until october 15 Allwork guaranteed phbhe246 212 w Central ave our 3 popular sales clubs our Blanket club our Shirley Temple Snow suit club and our Xmas doll club 14 pairs of blankets 4 Snow suits and g dolls Given away to club members buy them the easy to 50c Down 25c to 50c weekly of blankets will be awarded saturday night the 1st doll awarded saturday night oct Iglo another Snow suit will be awarded saturday night oct 30th one Coupon with every 25c payment 4 coupons wit i 1st payment Goldsteins Saj choose your next dress to he really effective a dross to he remembered by choose it in Vel vet from a group of afternoon eve n i 11 g and Donl dress for dinner models Kesl assured that youll Ere ale a stir f interest wherever youre seen Hiack and colors Sixes 14 to 30 36 to 46 18 to Price w495 a hat for every frock to mothers ask school Board for change urge thai fourth crude to continued at Kim Street school directors Are interested the mothers of fourth Grade Chil Dren in the Elm Street school District were considerably perturbed at the opening of the school term when it was announced the graders would go to the main Street school As soon As the schedule was announced by supt Stetson he was waited upon by a committee of mothers and last eve Ning at the monthly meeting of the school Board a committee from the Elm Street Parent teacher association appeared to object to the schedule the committee included mrs Alfred Huber mrs John Thompson mrs Charles Felton and mrs Arthur eng Dahl these mothers claimed that the distance from the Elm Street District to main Street was too great for the Chil Dren to go when they claimed there is room for them in the Elm Street build ing supt Stetson brought out a Blue print prepared when the outlines were made for school attendance in the City and with the committee and members of the Board this was studied carefully for some Little time while the Moth ers agree with supt Stetson that his plan was undoubtedly Best for the school system of the City generally they did not see Why a change could not be made for this one year so fourth Grade children in the West end could not be sent to the Elm Street building the discussion lasted for about an hour and was finally left with the Board to decide and announcement of the decision will be made within a week or so Aik tax exoneration attorney w j Sud Evan appeared be fore the Board in behalf of the Fulmer estate which property is on West Spring Street near the intersection of Central Avenue buildings on this property was recently condemned and one building has already been torn Clown there is a considerable amount in Back taxes against the property and or Sirdevan asked that the school Board remit at least one half of the tax Bill he said he had made a similar request to the City Council and that Board agreed to await the action of the school directors no action was taken by the school Board but or Sirdevan was informed that the matter would be Given consideration Peter Peterson and Alfred Holmes appeared before the Board and asked for exoneration of their personal school tax declaring they were unable to work and could not pay their petitions Avert taken under advisement an hour or More was spent in Dis Cusing various school matters with adjournment reached about 11 p in All members were present excepting Frank p Allen wife preservers Cook Macaroni in plenty of boiling salted water allow a Tablespoon of Salt to each three quarts of water used Cook Mac Aroni just until it is tender but do not overcook take another look at new England by e t s at intervals Over several hours yesterday i debated with myself whether to write one Moro instalment of my recent trip to new England or return j to my daily task of telling or Roose velt How to run the country i was about to decide in favor of the editorial j work until i encountered a Man who had actually read what i wrote for j the issues of monday and tuesday j that was All the encouragement i j needed to turn me Back to the new j guess ill never get Over being a reporter rather than an editor and i dont know that i desire i to it has been my experience and observation Over a period of forty years that people will read what a reporter writes and pass Over what an editor j says i a Printer in your Home town can give you better ser vice so that everything is just As you like it that logical Hes nearer when you want him see the Herald plan to Drill test Well to Medina Sand local Oil men who followed the development of the deep test Well in Wintson township Warren county a number of news stories of which were published in the Herald will be inter ested in the following account of recent developments published in the Kane Republican interest in wildcats drilling activities in this Section was heightened to Day with report that the Kane Indus rial Gas company Well in a Ruthyn Warren county May be drilled into the Medina Sand operations have been suspended at the Well pending decision on whether to continue the drilling or to shoot the Well in the Onondaga Limestone where an 80000foot Gas showing was found although no definite information was available reports indicated the plan to Drill into the Medina Sand was favored it was stated the Sand would be located in approximately another 300 feet reports Here indicated another string of stools was being moved into that Section for another test Well by the Belmont company location of the new Well was not known Here today but drilling of the new Wildcat Well Lias been assured it was stated twelve Miles North of Kane on Morrison run the he company Well being drilled by the Hanle Bird com Pany of Bradford is nearing the Oris Kany Sand it was reported to cloy the Well is Down approximately 4300 feet drilling is continuing at the Updegraf Well near Scandia where it was reported in unusual formation has been found it was stated no Oriskany Sand was found and that it was drilled through the Limestone formation into shale and Back to Limestone business girls will have series of classes the first of a series of six tuesday evening classes sponsored by the bus iness and professional women were held last night at the y w c a with much enthusiasm following the Din Ner in the private dining room the group divided into classes in conversational Spanish Bridge and shorthand Craft classes will also be included the new Castle conference for West Ern Pennsylvania clubs was reported for october 22 and 23 miss Alma Vin Opal is on the planning committee the club will have the gymnasium from 7 to 9 Oclock on thursday evenings a Bowling team is also to in formed knitting classes will be held on Friday evening under the direction of mrs Helen simple it is amazing the amount that has been written about the Little state of Vermont one of the first things we usually do after arriving in Manchester it is to go across the Street from cur hotel and visit Johnny Appleseed j Book store in front of which generally stands a two wheeled Wagon containing bargain books and labelled Apple other things the Book store has a group of books on Vermont which the proprietor has designated As a five foot Book shelf on Vermont it is All of five feet and it is full of books of various types on the Green Mountain state on a nearby table were three other books on Vermont that caught my Eye and As mrs Stevenson conversed with the proprietor i thumbed through the books All of which were comparatively new when i had finished mrs Steven son turned to Means asked half in jest Well which one Are you going to take indicate the one i had selected a Dafter we bought it both of us were pleased to learn that the store proprietor and his wife were authors of the and Margaret hard the title is Vermont the volume consists of narratives principally in conversational form of Short trips which Xiuhe authors made to Points of interest in Vermont they did what mrs Stevenson and i were doing except Thater and mrs hard pursued their course More deliberately and possibly More intelligently since definite purpose we found the Book of great value to us in the Short time we remained in Vermont and it basis for future trips to Vermont if we Are fortunate enough to make any maybe can the Boskat Home and exercise our possibly you would be interested in what or hard wrote inthe Book after asked him to autograph it it was Margaret hard a Walter hard then the place and Date incidentally Trie Book is in its fourth printing near Manchester is the Little Village of Dorset of which we had heard a great Ideal and thither we went As a matter of fact we had planned to stay there Over night instead of at Man Chester and changed our plans Only when we could no i get accommodations at the Little new England inn at Dorset Dorset is Rich in history and tradition it was there in 1776 that the first Steps continued on of 4 annual services at Neil town Church the annual meeting of the friends of the Neil town presbyterian Church the old Concord Church will be held Sun Day afternoon october 10 at 3 Oclock owing to a misunderstanding the meet ing was announced for last sunday Rev g Scott Byers of Tidioute will be in charge of the service arid the Sermon will be gluon by or Calvine Reed superintendent of the Erie presbytery mrs Helen Mattison will sing a Union sunday school meets in this Church every sunday morning at 10 Oclock and is favored with a very Good attendance everyone in the Neil town Community is invited to the services next sunday afternoon widow gets in suit for damages settlement reached in growing out of Kast Titusville fatality lumber jury still out special to Ilic Ilei Alil Meadville oct verdict of was rendered in civil court Here today in the Case of mrs Helen Welsh Wright is Doris Vail growing out of an automobile Accident at Titus Vine in june 1935 in which mrs Wrights husband was killed the ver dict was rendered on the instruction of the court after the attorneys an rim Yeti that the parties had reached an agreement the plaintiff had sued for a sum mud in excess of that involved in the settlement the fatal Accident occurred where the dirt Road to Entaro Rise leaves the Concrete Road at East Titusville Wright my several others were driving toward Titusville and when mrs Vail turned into the dirt Road the cars came to Gether Wright was instantly killed since mrs Wright was a minor the suit was brought in her name and Patrick Welsh Skelly Magil Wilz of Oil City and Thomas Kiebort wer2 counsel for the plaintiffs while John Wherry and Kent Mool were attorneys for the defense h l r Anderso Kjof Grove City rep resenting the company in which mrs Vail carried insurance has died sine the suit was instituted he attended the coroners inquest held in this City a few weeks after the fatal Accident or Anderson was prominent in Mer cer county politics and served As re publican member of Assembly from that county til Evilie Case with jury another Titusville Case that occupied the attention of the court today was that of Fisher Young lumber Deal ers of Titusville is j c Mitchell of Meadville involving a claim of for lumber the suit results from a Dis Pute Over the of the lumber the plaintiffs contending one Way and the defendant another the jury in still out when court adjourned at 5 Oclock this evening g Wayne Altenburg of Titusville was attorney for the plaintiffs while John c spen cer was counsel for the defense girl seeks damages for injury the Case now on trial is that of Evelyn Duchanois of Meadville is ban ton r Bartlett involving a claim for damages for injuries received by the plaintiff while Riding in the defendants automobile miss Duchanois and an other girl were on their Way Home one night when Bartlett and a Friend asked them to ride to their Home they accepted the plaintiff said but instead of taking them Home the defendant started for Erie the car she testified was driven in a careless and reckless manner and an Accident resulted the plaintiff suffered one broken leg above the knee and she exhibited the injured member to the jury the Case was still on trial when court adjourned this evening Stuart a Culbertson is counsel for the defend ant and Kent Mook for the defense missionary s of o i t work Iii India special meetings this week at the Wesleyan methodist Church Rev t a Robertson pastor with miss Mary Qreen missionary As speaker she has spent Many years in Mission work in India and eled through Many of the stateside livering lectures miss Green was one of the principal speakers at the Young Peoples conference which closed Here sunday night those in charge of the conference feel grateful to general Secretary r h Miller of the y m c a for making it possible to serve food to from 250 to 300 on saturday and sunday in the y dining room they also thank All who had any part in making the conference possible either in work ing furnishing lodging chairs and dishes also the other churches of the City which assisted in making it a Success make use of a great buying1 the heralds want ads awarded Snow suit mrs c h Richerd 4 Titusville held the Lucky Coupon in the Shirley Temple Snow Sui club at the Gold Stein store last week and upon present ing it at the store was awarded a Nice Snow suit real estate Sale the George f Tulloch Agency re ports the Sale of the Domer Alcorn property on dutch Hill to1 or and mrs Floyd Morris of East Titusville who will take Possession later this month Herald want ads will get it for you in a hurry use them now applications to marry Meadville oct License applications filed Chester d Bennett r d 2 Titusville and Margaret m stun Ebenm Titusville Ward Elton Benann and Beatrice Brownlee both of Titusville Clair s Howard and Helen Antill both of Titus the is your policy there is a Best Way to Sli Ovel dirt drive a car or write an insurance policy this Agency makes a business of writing policies right Call on uie today John f Barber rough hats for it polished gentlemen if its a Welcome change fro that same old smooth fell Youv Escen wearing its a new style of rougher finished Nap that Topcoat and overcoat fabrics like merry goes with Christmas and if you wont Tell soul known one of these rougher finished hats has made a 193g overcoat Iii pm 1938 airs have this new hat in All shades As this is written but Youe bet tar not wait too Long after this is read Stetson and Lusala Hals 3 to if Strouse Benson dependable cloth Firx Kemps fresh salted nuts serve them on any cashews Raslanas jumbo pc iliuts and anniversary mixture the Titusville news co a written to Cut your fuel costs who Ever before has dared to make an offer like this to put into writing an unconditional guarantee with no strings to it that when we insulate your Home with Capitol Rock Wool you will save at least 20 percent of your fuel costs the largest blowing applicators of Rock Wool makes this certified guarantee and in addition that Yoiiro Home will be cooler in summer warm Erin win Ter the offer is made with the endorsement of Home owners who Hasetold us what Wool insulation has meant to them we will do the same for you Cawllti Turville 207k and ask Mohave a copy of this guarantee sent to you capital Home insulation co Titusville a Gas ranges Willburt stokers advertisement declares 56000 Indian ans Are weak mentally Hospital head urges advanced notice of marriages to Lessen cases in a recent statement or e s Smith of Richmond ind declared that there Are More than 56000 mental defectives in the state of in Diana was the astonishing fact Laid Bare by recent Survey e s Smith superintendent of the Eastern Indiana Hospital for the insane Dev dared in an address Here recently that number of mental defectives is 2 110 percent of the total Popula Tion of Indiana of the total num Ber of these people 44000 Are Fije ble minded 8000 Are insane and 4000 Are epileptics this is the actual re sult of the Survey by the Indiana committee on mental this committee has functioned in this work without much publicity but it has surveyed the civic organizations and has made a clean Sweet of the state this Survey was expensive to put across but the Bare facts now Lay be fore us and the big program of the state is to continue and Advance the work in taking the people All these people Are Notin need of care but nearly 21000 Are in need of constant care and from 1000 to 1200 Are insane need the utmost at Tention to Getto the source of this great defect and Stop it in making is the big problem of the state Many been prevented or Smith declared that 95 percent of the 56000 cases could have been Telephone your and to the Herald h you like youll get a Bill the Day the and appears and if you pay with in six Days you get half rate the Telephone is 209j i i i 1 21 prevented in As much As the causes were from social diseases a Small per cent due to alcoholism other cases were tones which must be individually via the poor sections of Tine country is where the worst conditions exist the stronger boys and girls men and get out of the poorer districts but the weak remain Rand Are the ones which Are subject to awful defects that is one reason for the Large numbers Smith emphasized theuil necessity that no marriage License jobs granted without a period of two weeks notice before the marriage tie was made in this Way the doctors and officials might be Able to act to the Best of their judgments to whether the marriage be permitted not Only does this apply to people who live in Indiana but the slime condition exists Iri Pennsylvania what is to be done the worlds Medicine Corrie party has spent vast amounts of Money and time to get a Medicine to offset these diseases and conditions Andis glad to inform the people of Titusville that worlds tonic is being prescribed by som of the leading doctors out the world As one Trie latest and bes medicines to offset these Dis eases worlds tonic at Mcandrews and All Otherio reliable drug stores 68

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