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THE ERA, BRADFORD, PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, Knapp Creek News Knapp Creek--Mrs. Fred San-; derson was hostess to the Knapp j Creek Bridge Club at her home. A dessert luncheon was served. Awards were given to Amelia Nenno and Alice Dorsey. Those j present were: Mabel Curtis, Anna; Greeley. Agnes Peace, Suzanne · Nenno, Alice Dorsey, Marguerite! Brown, Amelia Nenno and the hos-' less Reva Sanderson. The Woman's Society of Christian Christian Service met at the home of Mrs. Peari Staley. Mrs. Staley and i Mr. received Kathleen Baxter, Olean. visited Mary Anne Mussall recently. Jean Carol Dorsey, who has been ill at her home, has recovered sufficiently sufficiently to return to her work in Olean. i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker and children. Warsaw, N. Y., w e r e j guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert : Marvin. ; Mr. and Mrs. Earl LaRuche,' Rushford, N. Y., were recent j guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bouch. | Mr. and Mrs. Milton Shaw. Mr. i and Mrs. Chester Shaw, and Mr. j and Mrs. Edward Daugenbaugh,! Fredonia, N. Y., were weekend j guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard j Hitchcock. | Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hitchcock! were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. : Joseph Reed, Olean. j Robert Glover, Eldred, was a re-j cent guest at the home of his! grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Craig: Dunn. j Miss Connie Staley was the guest j of friends and relatives in Indian! Creek. Mrs. Howard Hitchcock enter- tained in honor of the birthday of her husband, Howard Hitchcock, j recently. Canasta was played. A : lunch was served. Guests from of town were from Olean. I Warren Hitchcock was * recent] guest of Mr. and Mrs. Howard j Hitchcock. j ^^^^^ i Mrs. Richard Nenno was hostess to the Altar and Rosary Society her home recently. Plans were j made to present a stock gift to j Mrs. William Malone. Canasta and other games were played. Mrs. Hubert Pfai-f and Miss Jean Peace! were appointed to have charge of the church during February. Clayton Pierce will be hostess at the next meeting. Those present were Martha Mel- ii, Pauline Miller. Anna Greeley, Agnes Peace, Amelia Nenno, Carolyn Carolyn Brahaney. Reva Sanderson Naomi Crawley, president of the j society. The Rev. Peter Biaciotto. O.F.M., spiritual advisor to the so! so! ciety, was unable to be present. REPORTS CAR DAMAGED Richard Merry. 293 Congress St. informed police yesterday that his car. parked in the Wingert lot, damaged to the extent of $247 ; several days ago by an alleged and run motorist. I Body armor for aviators consists of a thin sheet of aluminum by several-ply nylon. A Real Family Treat Neilly's Banquet Ice Cream In The Economy

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  1. The Bradford Era,
  2. 01 Feb 1952, Fri,
  3. Page 6

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