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NINETY-SECOND YEAE--No. 33. ,---**«( HISS LEBANON WINS FIRST PUCE THK AGITATOR! WEUSBOBO, PA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1946. HORSE SHOW DREW ANNUAL PICNIC LARGE CROWD Miss Anthracite h Runnfer .Sixteen Event* At The Up In Miss Pennsylvania Contest Miss Eleanor Kramer, as "Miss Lebannon," was crowned "Miss Pennsylvania" Saturday night in the state finals of the "Mfcs America Beauty Pageant" at the Bache Auditorium, Wellsboro. She will represent Pennsylvania Canyon Corral Sunday Afternoon. The Canyon Corral Riding Club of Wellsboro held a very successful horse show Sunday at the Jer-. ome Niles farm A crowd of over 1,000 people enjoyed the 16 events. Both horse fanciers and movie fans were interested in the fact VWI« Id Of Spea Theai County C men will Creek G day aftei The s] iel B. Sti publican ATJANSFIELD CoL Daniel B. Strickler, Of Lancaster, Will The annual ptenlc of the Tioro ANNUAL FOUR-H CLUB CAMP Was Enjoyed At Stony- f · f+ · eat* · *km^« fork day. Creek Park Fri- Tgj* {M f f V" I * VI ore? ed S 3 * fifth annual 441 Club camp at the national finals to be held at Atlantic City, N. J., in Septem- held at the Corey Creek Golf Club, Mansfield, Friy afternoon, Aug. 16, at noon. The speaker will be Col. Daniel B. Strickler, of Lancaster, Republican candidate for Lieuter. that Mrs. Paul Whiteraan, wife of ' ont Governor. Those who plan to Mrs. Whiteman her. Miss contestants who enjoyed a week- mcvTe star? the famous orchstra conductor, and two daughters, were present. end oi events, which was highlighted with the crowning Satui- day night. Runner-up in the con Two horses were entered from the Whiteman Walking Horsa 1'arm, Rosemont, N. J. One, "Mr. test was Miss Jerry Coll, who en- Walkalonjr", 18'years' old tered as "Miss AnthracUe." I ,atS c^ampion^n hi! class Miss Kramer was presented a i Madison Square Garden in 1930 gold cup by Larry Woodin chair-, Bnd 18 a mqany -times prize winner man of the state finals, who alao",,, famous horse show * His We , lg , u= o^« , «-«j 4.u 4. u u j I boro appearance was the first He announced that he would drive smce the war. He was ridden by M 1SS Kramer to Atlantic City, W ,ss Margo Whiteman, aged U stopping in Harrisburg to receive congratulations Martin. from Governor The events opened Friday evening, when the contestants enjoyed a ball at the Penn-Wells Hotel, music by Phil Bennett and his orchestra, of New York, followed Saturday morning by a breakfast for contestants and judges at the Penn-Wells Hotel. Saturday afternoon the contestants went to Pennsylvania's Grand Canyon. Among the first five were Corinne Clemenceau, as "Miss Johnstown"; Gloria Wood, "Miss Athens"; and Peggy Quarture, "Miss Bridgeville." The contestants were: Miss Cambria Teplicky. county, Jayne Miss Johnstown, Corinne Clemenceau. Miss Jackson Township, Lucille Wright Miss Nanty.Glo, Moody. Mary Jane Kohuth. Miss Laurel Festival, Virginia Lebo, Montoursville. Eleanor Kramer. ,»Jerry-, Miss Mahanoy City, Ro" kin. Miss Hanover, Evelyn Stoner. Miss Minersvile, Beatrice Sfen- kus. · Miss Greater Pittsburgh, Irma Manko. Miss Western Pennsylvania, Terresa Musmanno. Miss Bradford, Dorothy Rew- ands. » Miss Prackville, fane Edward*. Miss Walnutport, Helen Petflo- ka. Miss Wellsboro, Jane Button. Miss Athens, Gloria Wood. Miss Tioga County, Ruth Reamer, Wellsboro. "Miss Wyalusing, Winifred derpool. Miss Clearfleld, Jeannie Wink* ler. Miss McKeesport, Larcinese. Miss ture. years, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Paul Wniteman. She is skilled in horsemanship and her showmanship delighted the audience. Horses competed from the Stucker S* -hies, Bath, N. Y., Empire Stables, Cuba, N. Y., Cornish Stables, Elmira, and others from Tioga county. Alta Weaver, of Cortland, N. Y., was judge and Marshall Case, of Troy, Pa., was ringmaster, Ken Powell, radio announcer tot WOR, New York, was master oi ceremonies. The winners were as follows: 1 -- Pony Class, 10 ponies entered -- 1, Tony, Betty Ann Cornish, Elmira; 2 -- Cy, Geo. Plank, Jr., Westfield; 3 -- Tony, George Niles, Wellsboro; 4 -- Boots, Louis Niles, Wellsboro. i 2 -- Junior Horsemanship Western Division, 23 horses entered-1-- Major, Donnie Woyak, Elmira, 2-- Gray Boy, Ruth Ann West, Covington j 3 -- Rio Grande, Don- aid Jennings, Millerton; 4 -- Chica Phyllis Niles, Wellsboro. English Division -- 1 -- Mr. Walk- attend are asked to bring a covered dish, rolls and table service. Coffee will be furnished. A veteran of both world wars, Col. Strickler is a lawyer of distinction. Other promient Republicans are expected to be present. Mrs. Glenn Gillette, president of the County Council, extends a cordial invitation to all committeemen and women, to the candidates, and a special invitation to the men to attend this picnic. MISS ADDIE MILLS Miss Addie Mills, aged 78 years, died at 8:30 o'clock Monday morning at the home of her riece, Mrs. William F. White, Wain and Grant streets, after a long illness. * She was born July 30, 186?, daughter of (Samuel and Mary Tucker Mills. She was a school teacher for over 25 years, including- many years as a teacher in Wellsboro. w»uv, i-«. v., tr~-*may burst, Donnie Cornish,- She is survived by one sister, M»s. M. A. Caster, of Seattle, Wash. ; one nephew, Hugh Stuart, of Detroit, Mich.; two nieces, Mrs Morris Phillips, of Binghamton, pnd Mrs. W. F. White, of Wells- ioro. The funeral will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Johnson Funeral Home, Rev. Arthur Gregson, pastor of the Meth- cdist church, of which the deceased was a member, ofBicating, burial in the Wellsboro cemetery. MRS. MILLIE J. AMES. Mrs. Millie Jane Apes, aged ioga county was well attend' Friday in spite of the-rainy day. Ninety-three members and leaders met at Middleridge Grange hall in the morning for registration, recreation, and picnic lunch. In the afternon, the story hdnr was led by Mrs. Maynard Schmelzle, leader of the Ogdensburg Club, assisted by several members. Mrs. Haines, extension representative, led the nature hike. High scores for the game, "What do you see when you walk through the woods", was won by Betty Miller, of Nauvoo; Joan Darling, of Dexter; Carolyn Blown, of Mtrshcreek; Carla Wetmore.o f Knoxville. The handicraft hour was in STRUCK BY CAR FOG , Hamilton Boardman Wa» Injured Seriously Sunday Morning. Hamilton Boardman. aged 64 years, of Little Marsh, R. D. 1, to in a serious condition in the Blossburg Hospital where he was admitted Sunday morning following an accident on the Cowanesque Road. Mr. Boardman was walking on the highway during a dense fog early (Sunday morning, and a car driven by Loren Doan, 21, of Knoxville, R. D. 1, struck him. The injured man was not identified until Monday. He suffered a fractured leg and arm, scalp and hi injuries, abrasions and internal injuries. " Pfc. William Maurer, of the BAND STUDENTS MAKEJROGRESS All-County Band Trained At Mansfield State Teachers' College. Fifty Tioga county vnnno nt»n. 33 years, widow of Gprdon Ames - Saturday, Aug, , 3.,,'at, ,the of Mr, and Mrs. H^nry 6ar- S-- Tony, Betty Ann Cornish, El- »on at Slate Run. mira; 4 -- Cuba Libre, Julia She is survived by one brother, Josephine Bridgevile, Peggy Quar- Miss Lehigh County, Ruby Mattern. The judges were: F. A. Pitkin, bead of the State Planning Board of the Department of Commerce; ,J. Herbert- Walker, director of the Tourists and Recreation Bureau of the Department of Com. meree; James G. Morgan, president of Mansfield State Teachers College; Walter G. Clark, of Westfield, superintendent of Tioga County Schools; Rock L. Butler, supervising principal of the Wellsboro schools; Dr. Will George Bntder, of Blossburg, violinist and composer and former member of the faculty of Mansfield State Teachers College; Mrs. Louise VanValkenbnrg, of Philn- de'Iphia, regional director for the completion of the Washington Cathedral who during the war was in the Harrisburg office of the State Council of Defense; Mrs Marion K. Stacker, of Elmira, N, Y., state editor of The Sunday Telegram; Mrs. Harry Beale (Jane Bond), of S. F. fcard Co., Elmira, Wideman, Olean, N. Y. 3--Pleasure Horse Class, 19 horses entered--1 -- Mr. Wall;along, Margo Whiteman, Rose mont, N. J.; 2--Gyp. Clair Bennett, Wellsboro; 3--Major, Donald Woyak, Elmira; 4--Pal. Leo Krause, Welliboro. 4--Open Jumping, three horses entered--1--Rythym Lad, H. L. Cornish, Elmira; 2--Flicka, Gene Mace Elmira; 3--Major, Donald Woyak, Elmira. 5--Three gaited--Four horses BLtSB-- ACKLEY Mr. and Mrs. Eld on Ackley of Wettfield, announce the marriage of their daughter, Sibyl Ann r to Btwin D. Bite, at the borne of th» bride's parent*, July 29, at m. " Rev. C. Swearingen, pastor of the KetBodlst ehtrreh perform. ed the ceremony. The bride wore * duty rose drew with black ae* emeries and a eetktge of white weebejds «.nd gypeophDa. Her attendant, Ktes CampbeQ, wore «n aque. dress wfth g eorgare ·fptekRwebvdc. jiA neeption wat held foDowinr at tire ceremony, MMn an entptoye .Y.; 2--King Adair, Stucker StaD *es, Bath, N. Y.; 3--Cuba Libre, Juhe Weiman, Olean, N. Y.; 4-Fancy, Virginia Woods, Stucker Stables, Bath,,N. Y. 6--Pair Class, four horses entered--1 --Rocky and Beautj Virginia and Lawrence Adams, Wellsboro; 2--Boots and Boots, Vivan Kranse and Louis Niles, Wellsboro. 7--Man's Western, 12 horses entered--1--King, Chas. Jennings Millerton; 2--Gyp. Clair Bennett, Wellsboro; 3--Tony, Stucker Stables, Bath; 4--Lady, Jerry Webster, Wellsboro. 8--Ballon Breaking Contest, 12 horses entered--1--Tie-- Donald Jennings, Donald Smith , Millerton. 9--Five Gaited, seven horses entered--1--Nadine, Nadine Wil- hame, Bolivar, N. Y.; 2--Luc5 Queen, Chris Biddle, Empire Stables, Cuba, N. Y.; 3--Rythra Rex, H. L. Cornish, Elmira; 4--Lady Sparklesr Bernard Cahill, Bath, 10--Knock Down and Out, four horses entered--1--Rhythm William J. White, Sr., of Wellsboro, iR. D., and several nieces and nephews iShe was the widow of Gurdon Ames, who died 35 years ago. She was born in New York state Aug. 16, 1863, daughter of Iliram and Laura Knapp White. She resided many years in Cathn Hollow and Slate Run. For the past 35 years she had resided with Mr. and Mrs. Carson. The funeral was held Tuesdaj at the lastian Funeral Home m Wellaboro, Rev. L. F. Cobb officiating; burial in the Niles Valley cemetery. charge of Mrs. Erway, of Little Marsh; Mrs. Lawrence Fritchel and Mrs. Gaddis Rowland,- of Gaines; Mrs. Agnes Newlahds, of Knoxville; Mrs. Jerome Niles, of Marshcreek; Mrs. M a y n a r d Schmelzle, of Ogdensburg; Mra. Albert Spencer, of North Union; and Mrs. Tracy Wilson, of Dexter, j The Nauvoo Club, led by their president, Helen Smith, directed a vesper service, a feature of whfeh was a tableau, "The Old Rugged Cross," with Beatrice Kreger and he club. The Marshcreek Club, Ie6 by Mrs. Jerome Niles, presented a delightful campfire program, the girls costumed in old-fashioned dresses and suits. Other features on the campfire program included music by Rose Mary and Margaret Cornell and Arloween Hall, of Knoxville, and a reading by Marilyn Norman, ofsNauvoo. The camp closed with an impressive candle light service in charge of the Knoxville Club. Marlene Seeley, as "Spirit of Club Work," explained the duties of each of the 4-H's as symbolized by Carla Wetmore, Head ; Rose Mary Cornell, Heart Hj Margaret Cornell, Hand H^ArloweenH^a, Health H. Ruth Ann Davis and Jean Coolidge, of Coolidge Hollow, were in charge of registration. The Dexter club, assisted by Mansfield Detail of State Police, who investigated the accident, reports that Doan will be exonerated of charges. Mr. Boardman resides with his pister, Mrs. Arthur Leonard. ATTY. L1NTON TO PRACTICE HERE Former Elkland Lawyer Has Retired From Ar* my Service. Attorney George Linton, former Elkland lawyer, has announced hU retirement from the U. S. Army, with a permanent rank of Lieutenant Colonel, and the la- sumption of the practice of law at 15 Central Avenue, Wellsboro. Lt. Col. Linton volunteered and pie have been attending, "Bknd School" at Mansfield State Teachers College. "These high school students have improved their techniques and talents to a point when they can present a full- length concert of classical and semi-classical music," stated President James G. Morgan. The students, who have been working under the instruction of Prof. Austin Ledwith, of the college music faculty, come from Westfield, Galeton, Elkland, Liberty, Lawrenceville, Wellsboro, Tioga, Covington, Mansfield, and Charleston. Assisting in the instruction are Daniel Hooley, of Renovo; Robert Minerd, of Smethport; Ben Busted, of Wellsboro; Charles Harris, of Sayre; Gordon Crooks, of WelUboro; Jack Long, of Portage; Don Razey, pf Emporium; Roger Keagle, of Canton, all of whom are advanced college students in the Music Department. Following are the members of the All-County High SchooJ^Band listed by the towns they .represent : J Charleston -- Sharon Fletcher, Dale Maynard, and June May- DECKER GOES TO TRUSTJOMPANY A* Treasurer--Formerly An Assistant Cashier At First Naional Bank - .Tnh« » r«.v pr ,,»,,, ha . * . _ _ f ···· ·····* was commissioned a Captain in the amphibian branch of the combat engineers, shortly after the outbreak of the war. He spent scvedal months at Camp Edwards, Mass., where his unit trained in the technique of' landing assault troops on enemy held territory by the use of landing barges boats. With the rank of Major \ Engineer Special Brigade, left'for oversew, iron*- nard. Covington--William Perry and Esther Purvis. Elkland -- Miriam Blackwell, Fred Cevette, Phyllis Goodrich, Dayton Kresiler, Lois Sayre, and Rudolph Valentine. Galeton--Patricua Curran and Bevelry Diramick. Gaines--Franklin Coole. Lawrenceville--Louis Allen. an Assfetant Cashier of the First National Bank for the past five years, has been elected Treasurer of .the Tioga County Savings And Trust Company. Mr. pecker is a graduate of the Jersey Shore High School; attended l3usquehanna University, and came to Wellaboro in 1922,-and took a position with the First National Bank in November of that year. He was made an Assistant Cashier of the First National Bank, Jan. 9, 1940. In addition to being an oJQcer uf the First National Bank, he' is also County Treasurer of the American Red Cross, a Trustee «f the Green Free Library, and Secretary to the Trustees of the Soldiers! And Sailors Memoria Hospital. He assumed his new duties with the Tioga County Savings And _ Trust Company Monday. WHOLE NO., 4,!i THE B.P.W. CLUB WERE_ In Recent Event* Held WelUboro. During the Laurel Festival B.P.W.C. outfitted Well d their es* Queen. They also opened . club rooms to the Queens and i ed them in dressing, and obtai lodging for Queens and their corta. Members also in other ways. During the "Miss Pennsylvania' Pageant floral decorations on stage of the Bache Au Mrs. Tracy Wilson, served luncfi and the Coolidge Hollow dub served the supp*. MRS. MARY BURCH Mrs. Mary G. Bureh, who died July 29, at her home in Knox ville, was held ThursHay at St. Thomas' Catholic church in Elkland, Rev. Andrew Maloney, pastor, officiating; burial in Watkins Glen. Mrs. Burch-was born in Mon tour Falls, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Gaygen. Survivors are two daughters, Miss Essie Burch, of Washington, D. C., Mrs. Florence B. Dervin, of Philadelphia, end six grandchildren. Lad, H. L. Cornish, Elmira; 2 -- Flieka, Gene Mace, Elmira; 3 -Paint, ft. B. White, Painted Post; 4 -- Major, Donald Woyak, Elmira. 11-- Women's Western, flvo horses entered -- 1 -- King, Mildred Jennings, Millerton; 2 -- Gyp. Vicky Vincent, Weltsboro; -, Cayenne, Beverly VanHousett, Bath; 4-- Beauty, Virginia Adams Wellsboro. 12 -- Men's Relay Race, tea bones entered -- l -- WeOaboro Team, Clair Bennett, Irwta Adam*, Leon Nile*, CUfton Comstock; 2-- Corning Team, Ed. Moore, Richard Ryan, R, B. White, Tern Hoar, Donald Jen. ningt. 18-- Tennessee Walker*, aeres torse* "tnteiwJ 1-- StroTGag «on- sbtne, Dondb Cornito, Elmira; 2 --Allen'* Snowaan, H. L. Corn. WINS SCHOLARSHIP Miss Myrtle Berguson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, August Bergu- wn, of Blossburg, has been notified that she has won the four year state scholarship following competitive examinations held in Wellsboro May 3. Miss Bersmson was graduated from the Blossburg High School in June, where she was an honor student. She is now employed at the Blossburg State Hospital ARTHUR S. ECKMAN Arthur S. Eckraan, foreman for the Erie Railroad, died in thu Blossburg Hospital early Wednesday morning, July 31, after an illness of nine weVks. He was born in Arnot, Sept. 20, 1996, son of the late . Cari and Augusta Eckman. A resident of Blossburg for 20 years, Mr. Eekman was a member of the Methodist church and of the Century Club. Surviving are his widow, Mary E , a spn, Clarence, of Mayes- \ille, S. C.; two stepsons, Francis H. Bingham, of Harrisbnrg, and C. E. Bingham, of Memphis, Tenn.; a sister, Miss Esther Eck- rnan, of Blossburg; a brother, Leonard E., of Elmira, and one granddaughter. Funeral services were held at the home on Granger street, Sat jrday, Rev. Dwight Loder, officiating; burial in the Swedish Lutheran cemetery at Arnot, MRS. -EDITH K. CONDARE Mrs. Edith Kephart Conrade, aged 69 years, died at her home in Atlanta, N. Y., July 29, at 4 Gordon Johnson, Florida, in April 1944, landing on New Guinea, where he served in *e capacity cf both Battalion Cojnmairder and as a special Staff Officer to the Commanding General of the Brigade. He was promoted to Lieut. Colonel while his unit was serving under General MacArthur, shortly after his Battalion invaded Luzon, Philippine Islands, on "D- day", Jan. 5, 1945, with the 6th Infantry Division. After participating in the campaign which terminated in the capture of Manila, his Brigade landed the first American troops at Japan in Septembe Wakayama, 1945. He served as beach transportation control officer for the disembarking of the 98th and 33rd Divisions. Flying from Atsugi, Japan, to the United States, in November, 1945, he was obliged to undergo a major operation at the Valley Forge General Hospital, Phoenixville, Pa. In May he was given a bearing before an Army Retirement Board and recommended for permanent retirement by reason of service incurred physical Liberty--Janice Brion, Lola Brion, Ruby Brown, Theodore Prutiger, Larue Heyd, John Link, Jean Mase, Chester Maneval, Robert Miller, Joyce Mitstifer, Mary Lou Rutty, Mary Esther Smith. Mansfield--Jimmy Staut. Tioga --Giver Button, Elaine Jarlson, Robert Casbeer, Lois Tymes, Althea Murphey, Francis and v* Welteborb -- ,, den, Marilyn Crooks, IsaBelTd'bye, Rex Goodreaux, Billy Kilmer, Frank Mlmer, Jay LeVan, Frank Lush, John Stagaman, Natalie Webster. Westfield--Onolee Swan, Basil Trowbridge, William TVowbridge. Plans age now being made ftr next summer's program to include a band for experienced pttyers as well as for the younger recruits who need training. Consideration is being given to the possibility of expanding the project to include orchestra and chorus. 19 cents a .share for the NEWS OF THE COUNTY COURT Oscar Pratt, of Elkland, arrested on a charge of assault and battery was arraigned before Justice cf the Peace Carl Seagers, of Elkland, and held under $1,000 bail for the August Grand Jury. He is charged with having struck Perry Deacon of Elkland, inflicting injuries that sent him to the Blossburg Hospital for treatment. Earl Bean, of Wellsboro, ar- lested by Deputy Sheriff Walter Webster for desertion and non- oupport, was arraigned before Justice of the Peace Stacey (Spencer, where a settlement in the charge was made. were presented by the Greenhpnse, and arranged , the direction of Mrs. Marion ton, a B.P.W.C. member, members aided in ticket sales atf-' the "Miss Pennsylvania" ball aW the Penn-Wells Hotel and also* aided back-stage in dressing contestants. The B.P.W.C. also .,,, with other service clubs in ing Sunday's benefit Canyon . ral horse show a success, -the i ceeds from which will be used , a Boy and Girl Scout shelter. The club will hold a picnic' meeting Aug. 26, with Miss Anflftfe Anderson chairman of arrange-! raents. Details will be announced.' later. "* MRS. AMSUA"HAWK Hnsman and C. G. W. SHOWS INCREASE Earnings of $553,895, equal to Mrs. Amelia Louise Hawk, agij ed 75 years, of Wellsboro, died at r her home on Water street, July** :IO. Her survivors are a daughters flirs. Laura Wilsey, of Akronyi Ohw; a son, James Hawk, of Bath N. Y.; two sisters, Mrs. Mattidftf ^ Beans, of Philadelphia, and 1*- f Louise Detwiler, of Beacon, *., a brother, Charles of Mauch Chunk, Pa., grandchildren. The funeral was held Friday at the Johnson Funeqal Horn*; buriatS in the Wellsboro cemetery. * She was born at Albrightsviflff.' Pa., Aug. 15, 1870. She was the? widow pf George Hawk, and foe! many years conducted a succese-t ful catering business in Wells-'* boro. She was an active c ^ of the American Legioi CANTON GETS NEW FACTORY 1529,970, or 18 cents a share for the same period of 1945. Serious losses, caused by a flojod on May 28, were sustained at the company's Wellsboro Pennsylvania, plan! and its Main Plant at Coming, N. Y. At the latter plant, major manufacturing operations were shut down for ·two weeks. As a result of tho Alert Grange, No. 906, of son, will meet at the home of Mrv* and Mrs. Leo Murray, August 19* non-recurring charges of $145,000 were incurred for * repairing plant and equipment and for replacing materials. AURORA GRANGE Aurora G Disabilities, and from the hospital was released on terminal fch, K*ff» Whrteman, , . {.f4-- Son*, Say CoBit, W«n»- 8-- Mr. Watkatcm*, 1C. 14~Wo»«B'« Batty tae*, horses entered--1--Mrs. Chas. Jennings, Beverly Van Hoosen, Vrrtan Krattse, Phyllis Niles. 15--Musical Stalls, ten horses entered--1--Red Rocket, Dorothy Krause, Wellsboro; 2--Pal, Richard Ryan, Painted Post; S--Dan, Ed. Moore, Corning; 4--Texas, Clifton Cofiutoek, Morris. 1ft-- l^Mfle Dash--1-- Dusty, Lean Nile*, Wellaboro; 2--Socky, Leonard Hewlett, Welfcboro; Dan, Ed Moore, Corning; 4--Betty, Clair Bennett, Welkboro. Among the many wen known hemmen from out-of-town were Kit-Blddl*, of Cuba, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrt, Girrttt Thomas, of Wfl- Hamsport; Mr. and Mrt. Doogia* /Spoon, of Bftth, K. Y.; Mr. and Kn. £. H. Ketet, E. E. Drew, at ftoebecter; »Cis*« Helen and BQ- teftrde Merfdan, of Oleao; Itr*. Pad WtttemsB and two p. m. She wsa born in Charleston, Pa., Oct. 17, 187S, only dangh fer of Andrew J., and Polly K. Bailey Kephart On June 25 of this year, she snd her husband, Hartley Miller Conrade celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. Mrs. Conrade is survived by her husband, two sons, Willis E., of Ft Worth, Texas, T*3gt, Hanley E,, criminal investigation Department, U. S. Army; two daughters, Mrs. H. E. Grader of An- Irarn, N. Y., and Mrs. WnuRynd- ens, of Wayland, N. Y.; 14 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Tee funeral was held at the home cf her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Byndens in Wayland, Thursday, Rev. Henry Maagttls officiating: jrarial in Ctearview cemetery at North Cochoeton, N. Y. leave which he has been spending with his wife and three children in Elkland. He practiced law at the Philadelphia Bar for seven years prior to being admitted to the liogB County Bar in 1939. He will occupy office space in the office of Attorney Emory B. well, and will remove his family to Wellsboro the first of September. TIOGA COUNTY RESERVE OFFICERS MEET The Tioga County Reserve Officers' Association held their July meetin the State Armory in Wesboro. Capt, Lawrence J. Irwin, president of the association, presided. New regulations regarding Reserve training and pay for Reserve officers and enlisted men Directors of the Canton Development Co., Inc., announced that an agreement with the WeWon Manufacturing Co., for the build- inp of a new factory in Canton, which will employ over 300 peo pie has been made. The agreement made with the company provides for the erection by the Weldon Co. of a $150,000 plant to be financed jointly by the company and the people of Canton. Bonds purchased by loal investors will be protected by a first mortgage on the plant, also by a bond and a guarantee by both the Weldon Co., and Harris Smith. Co., parent company of the Weldon Co., none of which can b* withdrawn from the bank except for building the new plant. The first proposal to locate an industry in Canton, was made by the Endicott-Johnson Co., who offered to lease a building for 50 years, with a three and one half year cancellation clause, and no further action was taken with that company. The Weldon Co. manufactures men's shirts, pajamas, etc. range, N6. 874, will meet in regular session Thursday evening, Aug. 8, at 8 o'clock at the Grange hall. Our new Lectur- history of our state and commun- er promises us a program on the ity. . · "*· * r Ice cream and crackers will B»" served after the meeting. Those" 1'aving Blue Cross insurance ar** 1 raked to pay the dues for same at"this meeting. FIREMEN ELECT OFFICERS were The following officers elected at a meeting of tHe burg Fire Company for the Fire-* men's Relief Association, Kenneth 'Ward, formerly of Wellsbor*,; president; Hugh CunningnaMj; secretary; Neil Krause, treasurer;:-', Robert Jones, Thomas Bell ahd- Gus Pysher, trustees. " LEAGUE SUB-DISTRICT _ wcwie Sub-dirtrtet* *0-A and 20-B, oj th* Dairymen's League wffl bold a pfetcte To«*day, Attf. IS, in «ai»m Plewe cOm, #*··** *ad food to were outlined by Capt. L. H. Ritter, commanding officer of the WiQiamtport Military District. The next regular meeting will be bdd in October. Details will be announced at a later date. The death of Sidney Hillman, union and Political Action Committee leader, serves to empha- sise once again that only in America could be hare achieved the prointeenee he gained. Yet, be wet one r of those who sought to change otrr-wy of govtrnment aad life to tibt it would be ferae-- ttcathr tepektlbk for aayot ebe to £eOow a ttefiiar path. - DAIRY HERDS CLASSIFIED. Clark Bowen ana 1 Carl B. Hasker, of Wellsboro; Ray Collins, of Crookedcreek; William Inscho, of Mansfield; R. W. Sampson, of Crookedcreek; Thomas J. ft Anna B. Wood, H. C. Davie, of Mansfield; Ernest B. Spencer, of MO- lerton; Roy Waittaker, of Covington, have recently had their herds inspected and classified for type, The Holstein-Friesian Association of America announces. The inspection was conducted by Ward W. Steven*, of Liverpool, K. Yn one of the eight officials appointed byt he Association to do tbi* work in the United State*. The type classification, combined with a production tectinff pro* tram, ia used at a means of prov Soldiers Aad Sailors Memorial Hospital Patient, admitted to the Soldier* and Sailor* Memorial Hospital daring the weeki Joly 30--Eloui.e Mill., O.ceol.; Leah Jane William., Middlebury. July 31--Mabel Smith, Well»b«ro; Lewi. Elliott, Neboat Donald Smithgall, WelUbare. Anff. 1--Joe Haver, WelUboro: Wllma Fraxer, TiOfafJ Florence Clark, Mary Mann, Dana Beyden, Welkborot Ellen Hemts, Sab!n*ville. ^i A ? r . 2 Tr p » t ri«»« Brady. Eleetne HeifhU, Pa.» Geraldine Clereland, WelUWo, Chauneey Bradlay, Middlebury; Marfe! Bjutian, Mancfieid; Elaine White, Croekedereek! Nora Church, MuMleboryj G*o. A. Ronpp, Liberty; Michael Demyon, C*n». Aof. 2--Jeaa Snay, Westfield. Anf. S--Ruby Colerrore, Tiofa, A«f. *--Laura Faju«r, We»tfield; Aatfe Cole, SabbuvOlc;" iS hn i Tp Croft ' O*e»olat Marian Knaw, Donald Stratton, WelUboroi Henrietta Card, Sayre. *"«*», Auf. »--Naeml Jordon, KnexviU*) Arlene AOM, Mtddle- Bory; R«t!» Allen, Covinttonj JoMrpkin* MafcotB, WelUfcer-- Thttrtton Conutoek, Morrb, Carolyn GO**, Maufiald; Rb Snjrman, Wefeboroi Edward MeConneQ, GaUtoai EoHa Pa body, GaUton; Martka M»rr«n, WelUkoro, Aof. 6--Lydia LORI, Trent Ron, Pa»t PoyHi. Dam, Weua- Barn to Mr. affd Mr*. -Robert Ferry, of Cneeola, July JO, ngnttf* Bern to Mr. and Mrs. lUnneth Dark, of W**tfi*U, Jmly ft WUDEffttF* Botti to Mr. aad Mr». Pawl Heists, of SaBtarrttt*. Attr 1 a daorhtvr. ' * · Bern to Mr. aad Mrt. Ulaad Hav«, ef W.tUboro, Aug. 31 ing tires and locating outstanding j«»»d cow iaofties to an own«*t nerd. "**· ***** ·* Bora to Mr. and Mr*. Uoyd Batttam, «f Maacfiald, A«f. Ttofa, NEWSPAPER!

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