19191231 Tioga Eagle, Wellsboro, PA, Gitchells, Simmons
advanced to the rank of captain. When lie was discharged he resumed his art career and is fast arriving at a reputation reputation that equals his Paris popularity. popularity. Among his most noted portraits painted while in Europe are those ol the Prince Caracciolo of Italy, Count Conurivitch and Count Ruloph of Russia, Countess Potoski of Poland, Countess Opponji of Austria, Barou Kano of Rumania and S. Eloff, grandson grandson of Oom Paul (Paul Kruger) of South Africa. Since his return to America he has painted the portraits of Mrs. George C. Thomas and Mrs. i George C. Thomas, Jr., of Phlladel-. bphia. Pa." Novel Song Stunt. The following article recently ap- [iHeered in the columns of the "Bill- ,boarti," a -weekly paper devoted to the ' iterests of,theatrical people and.per- pna connected with the musical and lusemnt world: Charles E. Fullwood is a man who will succeed somehow or anvhow, in spite of all handicaps. He is a jeweler and he writes song lyrics and composes music as well. But for some time that's as far as be got--just "making them-'up." He decided he wouldn't let them go to waste, and BO he turned them Into account by having the back of Â·ach song used as an ad\ertising page for his jewelry store. ' The first ones circulated anl brought a demand for moro songs. The songs brought customers to tho Â·tore So he got them two ways. And besides writing popular songs, one of them being sung now in vaudeville, vaudeville, he has written several ver sincere and wonderful hymns that have been used locally, and a patriotic patriotic song that was as deeply rooted in , the spirit of Americanism as one could wish, and which was sung by a.11 the schools and in the recent Armistice day services in his locality. And he wrote a Chautauqua song that ought to be a winner, for It's "there." These things have come to consid- series of sermons on the "Fundamentals of the Faith," the second of January. The Apostles' Creed will be tha basis of the series. These sermons aim to establish "a reason the hope that Is in you." Strangers made welcome at all services. Every Presbyterian is needed needed at all our services. Tiadaghton, Route One. Mr and Mrs. Edgar Lawton, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lawton and daughters, daughters, Hazel and Ina, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lawton, daughters, Leah and Katherine, and son, Emery, and Stratton, of Welsboro, route two; and Mrs Riley Campbell and daughter, daughter, Helen, of "Wellsboro; Mr. and Mrs. Noyes Lawton, sons, Russell Dewey, and daughter, Lorena Mr. Mrs. P. W. Lawton and daughter, Laura, and Eugene Knowlton were guests Thursday at a Christmas dinner dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. William Ludington. Mrs. Gordon Gitchell and Mrs Gilbert Gitchell are ill. Mr. and Mrs. Perley Bowen and sons, George and James, visited Mr and Mrs. Orra Lyon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Perlev Kennedy Luke Kennedy, of Wellsboro, spent Christmas with their mother, Mrs. Ophelia Kennedy. E. F. Knowlton and P. W. attended the funeral of Elwin Spencer Spencer at Mansfield Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Olmsteed and children were Christmas guests of and Mrs Jacob Heichel. Miss Sarah Wilcox spent Friday with Mrs. P. W. Lawton. William Gitchell, Jr., is home Michigan. Henry Simmons IB spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Chester Simmons. " Death of Mrs. Maud D. Burdick. Mrs. Kenway Burdick died Dec. at her home In Elm Valley, N. Maud Dodge Burdick was born in Keeneyville, Pa., Hay 24, 1882, the ouugest daughter of Mahala and Â«ra.ble success, because he does not | Alpha Dodge. Her mother died Â»dmit defeat, but determines if he i ril 15, 1913, and the father now n't succeed right off in one way he , sides at Almond, N. Y. Her IU.in another. ' d a y s were passed in Knoxville and " There's more to writing songs than Westfleld. On April 29, 1902, Just writing. There's turning them was married to Kenway Burdick. to account. That's where a lot of , She is survived by her husband; creative brain work comes in. , two daughters, Madeline, 12; Ethel, See Mr. Fullwood's "ad" in anoth-, 7, and son, Leo, age 3; her Â·r column.--Adv. Figures on Poultry. A. W. Dodge, of Almond; four brothers. LaVern, Ray, Morton and Alvln, all of Almond, N. Y., and three sisters, sisters, Mrs Alice Pitts, of Almond, Poultry raising Is profitable these .. ,,..,, ,, . _ - . _ dAMs. it the following statement U Mrs. Will House, of Fannlngton. tn]e . i and Mrs. Reuben Moses, of Cuba, N An itemize! account of costs ia ' _. Â» , v ,_, ^, ,, ^ connection with the production of The funeral was held Dec. 19, Rev.