Wedding of Archibald Kane and Miss Katherine Hetznecker

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Wedding of Archibald Kane and Miss Katherine Hetznecker - Kane I BL1CAK JLL V KAN' SATURDAY EVENING,...
Kane I BL1CAK JLL V KAN' SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 5, 1921. The VI, 1 1 J m m mm nine today of UNUSUAL UTERES! A wedding of unusual interest took place today at the home of Mr. and Mr3. William H. Hetznecker, when their daughter, Katherine Elizabeth, became the bride of Archibald V'R. Kane, son of Dr. and Mrs. T. L. Kane. The ceremony took place at 12 o'clock and was performed by the Rev.' Father Dugan in the presence of the immediate immediate families and a few very intimate friends of the bride and groom. Miss Frances Hetznecker was her sister's only attendant. O'Neill Kane, cousin of the groom, acted as Mr. Kane's best man. The bride looked lovely in a white satin gown with full court train and veil of tulle fastened with orange bios soms. She carried a shower bouquet of bridal roses and lilies of the valley Miss Frances Hetznecker was gown ed in peach blow taffeta and carried an arm bouquet of orchid chrysan themums. William Kane, violinist, accoinpan led by Miss Margaret Oillis played th wedding march. After the ceremony a reception was held which was fol lowed by breakfast. After a western trip, Mr. and Mrs. Kane will reside in Detroit, r Among the guests who attended the Hetznecker - Kaue wedding were: Dr I. G. Flynn, Miss Margaret Flynn, Hon. and Mrs. J. M. Flynn, Mrs. Eliz abeth Leary, Miss Margaret Leary and Mrs. M. P. Wallace, of Ridgway; An drew Kunkel, William Kane, J. R Hetznecker and Miss Sybil Kane, of Philadelphia; Mrs. R. G. Sullivan, Mr and Mrs. J. S. Flynn, of Manchester, N. H.; W. H. Hetznecker, Jr., of Em porium; Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Kane, Harriet Kane and O'Neill Kane, of Kushequa; Robert Kane, of Chester; Chester; Miss Marie Walker, of St. Marys; Miss Aurelia Duffy, Miss Margaret Driscoll, Miss Frances Hetznecker, of Washington, D. C; Miss Ada Miller and A. L. McKeane, of Wilcox. ; . ; THE COMMISSION'S PROVE STATEMENT IS A LIE The campaign liars would have the water consumers helieve that one of .the decisions of the State Public Service Commission in the case of the Borough of Kane vs. the water company to purchase house meters, "his is a hare face lie. The first order of the commission filed April 9, 1917, follows: Complaint Docket No. I'M) , HOROl'GII OF KANE. KT AL. vs. SPKINO WATER CO. ORDER This matter being before The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and having been dulv heard and vestigation of the matters and things involved having been had, and the Commission having, on the date hereof, made and filed of record a report containing its findings of fact and conclusions thereon, which said report is hereby approved and Now, to - wit, February 17, 1919, the Spring Water Company is ordered and directed, within thirty (W) days from the date of this order, to file and publish a schedule of rates, which shall be calculated calculated to produce an annual revenue of '10,708, the said revenue to be distributed in said schedule as follows: from the Pennsylvania Railroad Railroad company, $8,68."); from fire protection service to the borough, 4,500 ; from all other sources, 17,32:; said schedule to become effective effective on or before April 1, 1919, upon one day's notice to the public and this Commission; and the said Spring Water Company is further ordered, within one year, to purchase from the borough of iKane the fire hydrants now owned by said borough and used by the water company company in rendering its fire protection service. i THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF ;THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA ATTEST: W. D. P. A1NEV, A. B. MILLAR, Secretary. Chairman. The second order of the Commission tiled June 21, 1920, permitted permitted the Water Company to produce a gross anuual revenue of :J8,700 instead of iji'J0,7O8 and read as follows: Complaint Docket No. B580 BOROUGH OF KANE, KT AL. vs. SPKINO WATER CO. OF KANE ORDER j This matter being before The Public Service Commission of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania upon application for rehearing and having been duly beard and submitted by the parties and fall inves tigation of the matters and things involved having been had, and the Commission having on the dale hereof made and filed of record a report report containing its. findings of fact and conclusions thereon, which said report is hereby approved and made part hereof: : Now, to - wit, June 21, 1920, It Is Ordered : That the.findiugs and the Spring Water Company ordered Public, Service Commission of the upon complaint and answer on file submitted by the parties, and full in made part hereol : WILL HAVE HIGH SCHOOL FIELD DAY Directors Association of the County Viil Establish Establish the Event ALL HIGH SCHOOLS WILL PARTICIPATE The Directors' Association of Mc Kean county In its meeting at Smeth port this week decided upon the estab lishment of a high school field day to be held annually, when representatives of the various high schools of the county will meet in athletic events, probably Including baseball, running, jumping, hurdle, racing, shot - putting, hammer - throwing, pole - vaulting as well as foot racing over various distances. The directors are going to give their personal attention to the establishing of this athletic meeting and under wise and enterprising direction there is no question but that such an event would be very popular and would re ceive liberal support. The association of high schools will include Bradford, Lewis Run, Kane, Ludlow, Mt. Jewett, Smethport, Eld - red and Port Allegany. Representa tive teams from each of these schools will compete each year and the direc tors' association will purchase a beautiful beautiful and valuable cup to become the property of any team winning the meet two years in succession. There are many details of the af fair yet to be settled, but, the movement HALL'S PLAN GET DuBois, Nov. 5. gle a revolver into the Brookville was Lowry through the a prisoner in the jail. Mitchell Hall, of Punxsutawney for the of shoes from the Levy Finley street, who one of the most uals ever apprehended arranged with his wife, him when he was tawney, to smuggle to a revolver. She was volver in the front of it by the sheriff and Forest Clover, a 17 - who had plead guilty to heard the conversation and hi3 wife and Sheriff Lowry to be for the gun when Mrs. appearance. The woman appeared at the permission to see her sheriff at once demanded which she finally front of her waist. Hall maintained that ed the revolver so that it to one of the prisoners, thorities are convinced designs upon the life of and others connected After being sentenced the penitentiary Hall have told Officer Scott sutawney, who arrested when he had served his get him," The officer formed the court of Hall was brought before bett and interrogated. that he was only ABOUT HALF OF PEOPLE

Clipped from The Kane Republican05 Nov 1921, SatPage 1

The Kane Republican (Kane, Pennsylvania)05 Nov 1921, SatPage 1
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