The Kane Republican from Kane, Pennsylvania on August 2, 1933 · Page 3
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The Kane Republican from Kane, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Kane, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, August 2, 1933
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THE KANE REPUBLICAN, KANE, PA. PAGE THREE wiimninmawiiMiifiiiw iiBniHiHiiiiBuanBuiipsB The COMMUNITY PAGE u i !l!!l!!!!:!Ua!ill!llllli!E nininiiuiiniiiBintiMKUia ERSONALS THE STYLEFINDER FAMILY 'Up and Down the Avenue By Mary Brook Lucas WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2 r, Ml Charles Sassemau.'of Ridgway, was a business caller here yesterday.. , - E. R. Swick has returned home after a business visit in Pittsburgh, C. K. Schreckengost, of Alliance, Ohio, is visiting relatives in Durant City. County Detective J. J. Allison, of Smethport, was a business visitor here today. Mrs. Mildred Gustafson and son, Evan, of Mt. Jewett, were Kane visit ors today. Mrs. S. Hulings and Mrs. Mae Me Dermott, of Warren, were. Kane visit ors Monday. Mrs. Anna Dodds is spending sev eral weeks at Syracuse, N. Y., with her son, Herman Dodds. Misses Cornelia and Ida Jane Keb - ler have returned home after spending a few days in Ridgway. V. E. Rockefeller, West Penn division manager, of Ridgway, was a business visitor here yesterday. Miss Edith Gallup, of Philadelphia, R. N., at the Pennsylvania hospital, is spending her vacation here with her parents. . J. E. Zook, E. E. Sheffer, G. C. Rankin and J. A. Weiser, of the Midway garage, were Jamestown, N. ,Y., business visitors last evening. Miss Ethel Berkhouse, R. N,. of the Pennsylvania hospital, Philadelphia, is spending her vacation here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Berk - house. ! "No matter how many hats I have, I always want more," Judy laments. This black taffeta will go beautifully with several dresses I have, Mother, but it's so difficult to carry, in bags!". Navy blue in a glistening taffeta is grand for these brimmed hats that look so well with printed frocks. "Why don't you get a smaller one, dear? Do you like this? There is something about a black velvet beret that is different from any other kind of hat. I adore this!" Notice t;ie 'o:ac: satin model Jeanne is wearing? It is extremely Frenchy with its halo of glistening black feathers and ths covered forehead line. "'The higher the drape the smarter the hat' surely must be our designers' motto this season" laughs Jeanne. This dashing little toque of blue uncut velvet rests provokingly over the forehead, especially the right eye, then swoops to a high .back of shirred fullness. "You try it, Judy it's more your type!" "No, I've .found my hat. of these funny 4ittle vizor look the material is real you think the chartreuse is effective? It will make glad I didn't spend all my I've been wanting one brims - for weeks! And, brown antelope! Don't and orange ornament a grand travel hat. I'm allowance in Chicago!" (All fights protected by the George Matthew Adams Service Trade Mam hegisiered U. S. Patent Office.) Evan Beyler, of Bradford, - is a guest of Robert Healy on West Pine avenue. Miss Gene Dolloff of Warren, is spending her vacation with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson, of Haines street. Misses Izabelle Anderson, of Providence, R. I., and Miss Florence Kuiselas, of Edgewood, R. I., are spending two weeks at the former's home on Holman street. HOSPITAL NOTES COMMUNITY Robert Hoover, of Warren, was admitted a sa medical patient yesterday. Mrs. C. B. Ridell, of Sheffield, was admitted as a surgical patient yesterday. Benjamin Ezell, of Philadelphia, was admitted Monday evening as a medical patient. He is a member of the C. C. C. at. Highland. Katherine Amu Anderson, of Mt. Jewett, was admitted Monday evening and submitted to an operation for appendicitis. Frank Patrick; of Westline, was admitted us a surgical patient yesterday. ' The following patients have been dismissed: John Butler, of Long Island; Charles Dandols, of Emporium; Betty Fitzmaurice, of Muzette; John Tipac, of C. C. C. Camp No. 7; and Vera Edwards, of Sheffield. Bradford state police under Corp. Marcus White, Constable John Hip chen and Sheriff Fred T. Ludwick are investigating a series of robberies reported to the Troop D Bradford substation Avithin the past two days. ,: " ' '' ' ' '' ' ' r. rmmmmmmtom m J; f $ 4 1 1 Cliesterfields are as good Science and M make them oney can iiiiiixiiiiiifii:iiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiJJiiiiiiii!::niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinitiiif iiiiuiii 1 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 1 Grain, Flour, Mill Feed, Hay, Salt, Fertilizers and Roofing mm 1 Our Grocery Department Interests Careful 1 Buyers Prices Always Right 1 I Kane Milling & Grocery Co. TtiiitiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiisiiiiiiiiiiujiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiifiiiiitifitiiiiifiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiTi Every pound of Domestic tobacco used in Chesterfield cigarettes is aged for thirty months 2)2 years. Science knows there is no other way to make cigarette tobaccos mild and mellow. Every process used in' the manufacture of Chesterfield cigarettes is modern, scientific and clean visitors are always impressed with the cleanliness of the Chesterfield factories. Every ingredient, including the paper, is pure nothing that you eat or drink is tested more carefully. ' ' And Chesterfields are made right; the fight length, the right diameter, and rilled right a detail perhaps, but if a cigarette is "to satisfy" it must be made right. Everything about Chesterfield is as good as money can buy or Science knows about you have our word for this. And Chesterfields are milder and taste better this much you can prove for yourself. tieste SO A rtiekl i 133, llKOT MYIU TOIACCO Q. cwarette fiatb mU)jltl i fie - ctyarefe tmt tastes better W. H. Strotman, of Mt. Jewett, was a Kane visitor today. Dr. and Mrs. C. G. Kelley, of Sharon, ivsited here yesterday. I,. F. Prast, of Sharon, was a busi ness visitor here yesterday. Mrs. James Price left yesterday for a few days visit in Cleveland, Ohio. J. N. Hotclikiss, of LawrencevUle, wa3 a business visitor here yesterday. Mrs. Elizabeth Olson and son, Vic tor, of Philadelphia, are visiting Lars Olson an dfamily here. V Miss Marietta Storey, of Buffalo, is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Healy, on West Pine avenue. Mr .and Mrs. H. C. Loundenbach, of Cleveland, Ohio, left fa rthat place this morning after spending last evening here. Clair Campbell, of Bayard street, returned this morning from Philadelphia, where he has been a patient at the Graduate hospital for the past two weeks. MISS MAHER HONOR GUEST AT SURPRISE Many friends and neighbors of Miss Frances Maher tendered her a surprise testimonial last evening at the New Thomson hotel, where they had gathered for dinner at seven o'clock. The dinner was served in the private dining room of the hotel, and the tables were decorated with vases of flowers, adding color to the taple appointments. The affair was in compliment to Miss Maher's recent election to the office of national treasurer of the Catholic Daughters of America, at Colorado Springs, Col. She also has held the office of state recent of Pennsylvania for sixteen years. An excellent program was given, with Mrs'. M. J. Daly, as soloist, and Mrs. John Dolan, Mrs. Alton Kebler, Mrs. W. W. McDade, Miss Mary Kelley, Miss Anna B. Fleming, Mrs. Harry Steele among the speakers. A travel ogue story of her trip to Colorado Springs aiid Yellowstone park by Miss Maher, graphically setting forth the 5,500 mile overland trip she took, was enjoyed. Cards and music concluded the evening, with dancing. 'BED OF ROSES' SHOWS Nine masked beauties, selected for their perfect figures and grace, do a colorful gypsy dance in the Mardi Gras scenes jn Constance Bennett's starring film, "Bed of Roses," at the Temple theatre today and tomorrow. The girls were trained for the picturesque dance routine, by Harold Hecht, one of the screen's foremost ballet masters. Hecht chose his nine performers from the ranks of more than 200 dancers lie has trained. The most famous of .American carnivals, the New Orleans Mardi Gras, is the brilliant background of romantic scenes of "Bed of Roses." Joel McCrea, Pert Kelton, John Halliday and Rum Hinds head the cast which supports Miss Bennett in this RKO - Radio picture. Gregory La Cava directed.' Born to Mr. and Mrs. George W. Tew, of Monaca, Pa., at Passavant hospital, Pittsburgh on July 31, a son, Georce Miller Tew. Mr. Tew was a former resident of Kane and is a son of Mrs. Nellio T 'W, of Tionesta avenue. ' '' A son was born Monday evening to Mr. and Mrs. Orville Gesin, of Marien - ville at the Community hospital.' JN A PARAGRAPH Steven Markovitch, 47, of Erie, a trusty at the Warren State hospital, escaped Sunday night from the hospital. Erie police were notified and Markovitch was greeted by several detectives and patrolmen when he calm ly walked into the back door of his home to visit his wife. He was committed to jail pending the arrival of hospital authorities. The police, sitting in the living room of the escaped man's home, had expected to see a madman rush in. Instead Markovitch walked in the back door and convers - ed with them. I MAYTAG WASHERS HOOVER SWEEPERS WESTINGHOUSE REFRIG. RADIOS HAROLD JOHNSON 147 Fratey St. Call 284 at Sajtimy's

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