PAGE TWO THE DAILY REPUBLICAN, KANE and MT. JEWETT, PA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1949 f , I: t f V h cmfmate executors J 1. THEY, VALUE EXPERIENCE. 2. THEY SEEK GROUP JUDGMENT. 3. THEY, REALIZE THAT THE COST IS NO GREATER. Wa offer yott and your lawyer, pur full - time services as, Executor and Trustee under Wills. MEMBER Of FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION IN AV PARAGRAPH ... Watcheavclocka, Jewelry for gift giving Sirianra Brothers,;, Field street ; - - ' '" - ' . " 12 - 14 - tt Catherine's - Beauty Shopr open Monday through Saturday. Evening appointments. Phone 1148r : , . 1 - 24 - 26. Legion Auxiliary Card pasty - February 7, 8 p. m. Legion room?. TTou are invited. ' - 1 - 25 - 28 2 - 1 - 4.; ad. You can buy gun or Asking outfit for as little as $1.00 1 per week. Stop in. Cliffs Tackle Shop, 416 Elk Ave. ... . ad C S. Bushley, former well known De Young' resident, and now residing in Cleveland and Bradford, has been discharged from the Elk, Coun ty hospital at Ridgway. Six persons, fous frora Biudford, escaped serious injury in a two - car collision in Cattaraugus, Nj Y., Monday, afternoon according - to JJew York State police authorities. Hospitalized in ' Bradford hospital is Ralph August, 31, Bradford,? . who suffered bruises on both knees and chest. He was kept for observation. Cars involved in the accident belonged to Aniello J. Pascarella and Otis Avers of Cattaraugus. Suzanne - Specials Blouses values to $10.95 now $2.00. Dresses values to $19.95 now $7.95. Dresses values to $3250 now $12.95. Sweatersvalues to 8.00 now $21)0 - Skirts especially priced for quick clearence. 1 - 2425; aa. 6 Why Have sla watch that's sick? Let us make it well for you with our expert repair service. Best in town; INSPECTION FREE Cleaning and 'repairing; Genuine parrs All work guaranteed by , this stored UGtNOwNttSSajuobou gaR ting tha o mazing sw mlrocJ Para Pow Mobuprinft far. your watch. Your: Jeweler Edward L Carlson . In the Bank Building Pin: YOUTH TO BE ftRRAIENED IT INQUEST Eudlow Scouts Get High Honors At Warren Council The Warren County. Bay. Scout Council marked 'a new. milestone in its colorful history in: that city, Saturday - night when recognition as Rangers was given two members of Ludlow Emporer Scout Post 50 It was the first time r that the Ranger? rank .has been attained by any member of a Senior, scouting. The two Rangers honored at the annual dinner meeting, of Council Scout leaders and their wives in the YWCA were James Christen - son and Paul Johnson. The two young men were congratulated on be - halt - of - the County. Council by President H. L. Banghart. He also read a personal letter of 'congratulations - ' from - Arthur "Ai Sthuck Chief Scout executive. The Rang er badges will be; presented Christ - ensan and Johnson - at a Father and Son banquet to be held in Ludlow February 7. ; At a business meeting preceding the - dinner, H. L. Banghart was reelected president of the; council, Other officers' elected were B. W. Knapp, F. M. Caughey. and Walter S. Cox vice president; P. Pain erson, treasurer; C.J A. Babcock, Scout commissioner; : Mr. Bang. hart national council ' representa tive; and C. J. - ' Crary - and J., Hazel tine, honorary vice presidents Rotarians Hear About Farm Show "', Kane Rotarians ' met , yesterday at their regular, meeting' in the main dining room ' of the - Penn - Kane hotel with President .Ernest Heckel, presiding. Following the luncheon and short business session Victor Anderson was inducted as a new' member by Rev. W. J. Thorns. Waler Cox than Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hirt2el and ) gave a talk in "The Farm Show." At the' close of the meeting the Couple Wed at Home of Sister Miaa - Goldie Dahle - of - Jamestown, daughter - of the - late Mr and ' Mrs. Louis Oahle of Marienville, ' and Sisters Lin d bloom also of Jamestown wer united in. marriage iw a pret ty home ceremony Saturday eve ning at 6; o'clock sat the home of the brides sister; Mrs.. Walter A. Stewart, 804; Welsh street. Rev. Sherman W. Epler of; the Flrst - Methodisfe church read the service. The bride wore a street dress of royal blue with black accessories and a corsage of red roses and was attended by her sister - imlaw,' Mrs. Albert Dante who - chose a, street dress of aqua with black accessories and talisman roses. Albert Dahle, served .as bestman. During the ceremony a grandniece of thel DriderMifis uiorta.i ivnapp sang "Ai ways" and "1 Love Ybik.Truly," - " Following the. ceremony a wed ding dinner - was - served - to fifty guests. - The brides , table - being centered with ; a three - tier wedding cake. . . Mr. - and Mrs, Llndbloom will re - Side in Jamestown s where the room is employed Jay the Cresent loot uompany. . Former Secretary Is Speak en PERSONALS Abe Colker left last evening for New York City on a business trip, Gerald Finlan of Allegheny, N. Y., was a Kane business caller today. ...., A. B. Hulings of Bradford," - was a Kane, business caller today. PHILADELPHIA UR Seven teen - year - old Seymour Levin will be arraigned today at a coroner's inquest into the brutal knife - and - scissors slaying of a chance com panion during an argument over a chemical set. Levin, who observed his birthday in Moyamensing prison yesterday, is accused of killing Ellis Simons, 12, last Jan. 8 after inviting the victim intd his home during his parents' absence. Simons' body, tied with rope, was found the next day behind a garage in the rear of Levin's Wynnefield - home. Tha.;.; defendant, will be uiider. heavy police guard during his trip to City Hall annex for arraignment before Coroner J. Allan Bertolet. The coroner previously announced, after examination of Simons' body, that the slaying was the "attack of a maniac." Police said Simons was stabbed at least 45 times with' a knife and a pair of scissors. daughter Darlene, spent Sunday in Clearfield. - Victor Westerburg has returned from New York where he - attended the automobile show. - - Miss Patty Lou Long, Joanne Long and Miss Lois Long spent yesterday in Erie. - Mr. and Mrs. J. B. BeauSeigneur left Sunday for Florida. En route there they will visit their son, Dr. William BeauSeigneur and family at Johnson City, Tenn. 1949 ALMANACS THE NEW 1949 ALMANACS ARE READY FOR YOU. AS RESULT OF THE LIMITED SUPPLY, THEY WILL BE GIVEN TO ADULTS ONLY. Newcomer Pharmacy PRE - IN VENTORY SALE SAVE 1 - 4 AND MORE ON MANY ITEMS O - COATS O SUITS O'DRESSES O HATS O QUILTED ROBES OPAJAMASETS: ... and many; other items LA YIGTOIRE SIIOPPE , ANN ALJOE NELSON rmm Your Way... anifast Jo Men or,Women For alt worthy purposes.. 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Benson, YES MAN - er - Loans made to residents of all urroundJiur towns teiMmat SAYS LETTERS WILL I Eagles to Hbldr 46th Anniversary Members of - t he - Ksne' Lodge - oi Eagles will celebrate their 46th an, niversary tomorrow - itiKht - with' - a meeting scheduled, for 8 o'clock in the loage rooms on' - Chase street, followed by a lunch. Initiation ol new members will be the feature of the meeting. Two charter members of the lodge are. still in Kane; and Sidney Nelson; worthy president said - - he expected both to be at this meet ings They are J. Fred Johnson and Fiank.; Hearst. '. IVArnKfarctiirt In . t Vt a . Van nr net ' ... ww ..... fr. . . . 1 . I - ..IMIV : .VfU(k; has passed thja 1.50Q mark; accord ing' to officials of the lodge. PITTSBURCiHaJJ1) - Meredith Nest,49 'WhtrsK!f ndf kHled - lis wife's father in bitter feuding over custody of their son, hoped today that family letters would "explain everything." The letters were with his wife, Elizabeth, who was flying here from Seattle, Wash., to stand by her hus - band. . Neal a patternmaker whose Job took him to numerous cities, killed his father" - in - law, Heriry Bepler, 67, and seriously wounded Mrs. Bepler, 63, last Saturday as they quarrelled over custody of his son, Noel, 15, police said. After his arrest, weal terepnonea his wife, asking her to fly here with "some letters that will explain everything." Chief of County Detectives Unas. Johnson, who overheard the con versation, said Mrs. Near Indicated she would stand by her husband. Yesterday Neal received a tele gram from her saying r "Unavoid ably detained. Will arrive as - soon aa Dossible. Love. Betty." The letters apparently wouia oare details of the long - smouldering feud which hinged on Neai's "rrghr to take his son from city to crty Noel, a student at suburban Mars High school, has attended six schools in the last eight years. The Beplers, who have looked af ter Noel each time his parents moved, complained of the boy's lack of permanent friends and a" proper education; The Quarrelling climaxed - Satur day when Neal flew in from Seattle to get his son at the Beplers and take him "home." He became enraged whjn Bepler, an - insurance executive, told him "the boy can't get a proper education - on the road." The shooting followed.. SECOND TRIPLETS BORN - WITHIN THREK IAXfi HAG ERSTOWN, Mid. UB Maryland's second set of 'triplets within four days was born - at; Wash ington County - hospital here yester day. " - Mrs. Edna Y6ung, 33, wife of. a plumber, gave - birth to - a boy - at 11 :04 a - nv and. two girls at 11 ;17 and 11 - a ? i - "I didn't, know it would be trip - ; lets," said. Mrs Young, mother, of two otheK children, - , x The triplets,, named Ernest 1 Eugene, Linda. Lou and Brenda Mae, each weighed less than fouc pounds at birth.. Mrs, Young, and, her babies all were V reported , "doing fine." . . . s:.,: Last. Friday, an Annapolis nurse, Mrs Jacob" P. .Wohlgemuth, UJL formerly of Albert Pa gave - birth to triplets, three boys, at Johns Hopkins la Baltimore. - . T March, of Dimes box was passed. Guests present was Arthur Davis of Bradford. HOLD FINAL RITES FOR RASSELAS MAN Final rites were held today for Edward J. Powell, of Rasselas, who died Sunday morning at his home on the Rasselas road. A requiem high mass was said this morning at 9 o'clock with the Rev. Father Leo Foley officiating. Pallbearers "were Grant Powell, Norbert Ppwell, Clavin O'Rouiite, James Weber, Robert Rooney. and Steven Kostur. Friends and relatives from out of town were Mrs. Estella Keyser, Hornell, N. Y; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Thompson and Mrs. Raymond Johnson of Warren; Mrs. MaUHs, Greene Of Erie r Miss Clara Powell and Leo Powell andf Johnsoaburgl Mn .and MMHiveftBnt4Uclyi Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Thompson, of Johnsonburg; and Mr. and' Mrs. Ernest Mangold of Port Allegany, Interment was m the Holy Cross cemetery at Rasselas. Kiwanis regular meeting was held ')0 v.ino in the Ross Room on, Yarnall . street with . president, Joseph Galbo, presiding. The meeting last evening was in commemoration of the 34th anniversary - of the Kiwanis club. After the business meeting James Harper. ofCorry first Kiwanis secretary, spoke on how, the. Kiwanis club originated in Chicago and reviewed ' the - aims and purposes of the club. All Kiwanians are to - be reminded of the meeting this evening, with Bradford Kiwanians at the Valley Hunt Club in Bradford. Announce Winners At GuildParty Si. John's Guild held a card party last evening in the YWCA rooms. The winners were as follows: 500,1 high; Mrs. Ann Sclvofield and low, Mrs. A.' Starner. Bridge, prizes went to Eugene Johnson and Loret - ta Aljoe.' C. H. Blackmore won the cake walk and Mrs. Hilda Carlson won the door prize. At the close of the evening a lunch was served. I SODALITY MEETS I The James City Sodality met last evening in . the church, basement with Miss Milly Skerl presiding.. A regular business . meeting was AGED BRADFORDT WOMAN IS MISSING TWO DAYS BRADFORD Mrs, Mary, Mc Crea, 80, of 175: Barbour St; is the object of an intensive search by the Bradford Police. members of the American"' Legion Disaster; Emer gency Committee : and volunteers ionowmg a report at 6:20 p. m., Mondays that ; the elderly woman had been missing from her home since 10 a. m, , The woman's disappearance was noted by her daughter, Miss Alice McCrea when the latter returned home shortly after 6 p. m. from her work: A cheek of the neighborhood failed to disclose any trace of th? elderly woman. rr.u. - !! ! J...!.U .. given police and searchers: Aged, 80 - years; height, 6'feet; weight, about 170 pounds; hair, white; clothing, wearing a - black coat, black, hat. white and black gloves and a - muffler. Anyone seeing Mrs. McCrea or knowing of her whereabouts is asked to notify the Bradford Police. Superb Quality And More Tea per Bag - 20 Moose Women , Plan Initiation Senior Regent Dess Vasbinder presided at the regular meeting of the Women of the Moose held last evening in the Moose Temple, Where plans were advanced for a rummage sale, on Saturday and - a report f was given o a . recent conference by Twila Ericson. The Moose Womeh approved a contribution for the March of Dimes and then held a social hour, initiation will be held next week. Prizes last night were won by Fran ces - Peterson, Dora Larson , and Nellie McCandless. Lunch was served by Dess Vasbinder, Lizzie Anderson, Margaret Marsters, Rijse Fragale, Hazel Huber and Caroline Kane. . AUegany la confidents! ad. 'MARGARET PINK' SWIRLS BY HOLDUP MEN GET . $100 FROM TWO STORES GREENSBURG. Pa. (UPJ Two holdup men. netted, about $100 last night in robberies at two Westmore land county stores.. . The two men, one of whom car ried a pistol, held up, the. owner of the Markel confectionary store', Derry, and fled with some $50; Police believe they used an. automobile to. go to Bitner's dairy store, three miles west of Mt. Pleasant, where they threatened the owner and escaped with between $40 and ! $50, 10 INDICT EIJ NEW YORK (UPJ District At torney Frank Hogan announced today that 10 men and women two attorneys and eight "paid . witnesses'had Been indicted incon - nMf inn aaritVa A m n11nA4 H if n U 4. I I.." :" - , Yr.r "i: .V.".."s.dvorce mill. yy rn u. n. Liic ciua ui luc eve - Subscribe to Tbe, nepubUcasO t i t ! x - I ning a. lunch was served. LECIONMEETS , J nJIICI IUIII - JLTdIVit LUCK egtrlaT meeting last "evening in the' Legion rooms on Fiuley street with George Llnple presiding at the business meeting. After the meet ing a lunch was served and a social evening followed. Nearby Deaths. Mrs; Ella Leech Wetmore, wid ow or - toward D. Wetmore, died Sunday afternoon after a long Ill ness at v her: residence, The Pines, Conewango township. Warren coun ty Mrs. Nell B. McClure, 80, until recently a well know Warren resi dent,, died in a Syracuse, N Y., hos pital Sunday. A. W. Korb, 64. well known Du - Bois clothing merchant; died Sun day. - mm $ ; m : - :. - Vv; - vwxiW'jfr - ; EVENING;; FQRMALIT I , Blacks taffet', evening: dress j with a taffeta - coin dotted bouftanl net1 akirV bjr New York - disignen Black taffeta bodice" with ahoe - string. strapsdetachable . doted. atolei TOO STORES TO SERVE YOU" P; A..BLOQMQUIST & SON DOWNTmVNPaul Bloomquist; ' Fraley; Street ' - f ' BLOOMQUISTJ: GROCERY? 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