Wellsboro Gazette

February 28, 1924

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Wellsboro Gazette (Newspaper) - February 28, 1924, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania 1 -vr t l f" "S VOL. LXVIII. WELLSBORO, flOGA COUNTY, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 28, 192C NO. L INSESS Adopt Pkving Ordin- Bur- TIOGA TOPICS. Class- Supper New Radio. Tipga, Feb. and Mrs. H. E. Lutz are" spending some tilge at where they ;were called by the death of his sister. George Abramss_is_ on accpunt of illness. Mrs. L. J. Hoyt spent Saturday in Mansfield. The Brotherhood Class of the Presbytrian Church held a chicken supper in the Annex "last Friday evening. The rooms were beautifully decorated with bunting, and hyacinths were lised as table decorations. Over oiie hundred" served by the men: Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Harvey have installed -a new- set in their- se radio mcesQnu munity Meeting to Discuss Bonus LITTLE MARSH MATTERS. Death of Butler Recital on Friday Evening. Little .Marsh, Butler Cloos died at his .home here last Thursday night at ,11 o'clock, after s'everal .months' illness. H vived by his wife and other relatives. The funeral-was held from home of the deceased last Monday afternoon. Samuel Walker, our mail carrier, YOUNG MAN TAKES OWN LIFE Suicide MUST SEND RIGHT AMOUNT. In Interest of Efficiency Highway' Dept. Makes New Rulings. The State- Highway Department has that on and after remittance in the correct amount must -be forwarded iwith each individual application for Jan automobile or drivers' license. j This ruling has been made neces- j sary by, the errors on r -jthe part of the notaries public, jus C. OF C. BANQUET THIS EVENING At The Legion Building Johnson to Speak At the American Legion meeting last Thursday evening a Booster Com- mittee-was appointed to take charge of the -work of re-organizing the fin- ances of .the post. This committee consists of Emory- Rockwell, Clyde is ill at his home with-rheumatism, i Kenneth Carr, of Tonawanda, of the peace, and other agents__ Great preparations'are being made Owen Hornsby is substitute. merly of Wellsboro, a son of Mrs. or' individuals, who apply for quan- L. "W. Russell is moving his family Walter Grubb, of "Niagara Falls, com- j tity licenses by the several committees, appoint- to Keeneyville to reside. niitted suicide last Sunday morning thereafter.- ed by President Focht, who have in the -Chamb'er of Commerce Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Davis were during a period of temporary mental j announces, information given on ap-j banquet to be held at the Legion in Wellsboro on there I aberration. plications of every sort must be either j building this .evening at o'clock. Authorized At a regular meeting of the- gess and Council, held at the Borpugh building last Monday evening an ord- inance was adopted providing., for the paving of Pearl street from East avenue.to Crafton street a distance of 655 feet, the concrete to be 28 feet wide with a six inch curbing. There remains nn Pparl street only the S6C- tion between Crafton and Central avenue for the improvement of whtch np definite action has been taken. We understand that a petition asking for. the paving of this section has been Signed by the abutting- _ _ l" ers and the trustees of the First Bap- Harry Finesilver, of New York city, portunity for discussion will _iollo.w Birthday, (recita-, parently goaded the young, man into.each application will be required in Ho give to the people of Wellsboro tist church, to he presented to Council is spending several weeljis here, look-1 in which 'any person is 'invitedto a state of dementia and, leaving, his cases'Tp'ertainjng__tg' nojvreegipt of li-: a community-, meeting that will serve Bailey, Dr. Win. F. White, and other by the illness of their daughter, Tonawanda, N. Y., dispatch in j printed or typewritten or tne appli-lThe Woinans' Auxiliary will serve members will be appointed. who "is attending Higfl School there.! commenting on the unfortunate occur- -cation will be. returned.--------- banquet which is sufficient as- A big bonus meeting will be held Grace V. Wakely, assisted by Mrs.' rence, says that Mr. Carr, who was This ruling is necessitated because j surance that it will be--an_jEDlcurean---- to-morrow evening, in Harry givft a rental .con-, age for..several! of .the undecipherable.... nature of j delight. Rev. and Mrs. T. M. Hurst were the American Legion building. At! sisting of mnsic, recitations, been suffering from a tumor i most of the script. Many" delays in Judge Albert W. Johnson, of Lewis- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smart this meeting -speakers will present'and impersonations at the -M. E. On the brain which, members of his the handling of license applications j burg, has been -engaged, as on Thursday night, when a dinner j the reason why the American Legion i church at Little Marsh on Friday family state, caused him intense because the handwriting is ab-jcipal speaker of the-'evening and Qua of was given isyjionor of 'their f orty- j favors Adjusted Compensation. The -i evening. The program is as follows: land suffering., ninth Mellon Tax will be discussed. An op- Music, People, (recita- On Sunday morning the pain ap- Hereafter, a separate letter for the determination of the committee_ i solutely illegible. the meeting next Monday even-1 ing after his business interests ing jpartSpeakers tin Adjusted Com- j Girl He Forgot, (Italian __ ...._.. wife and three small children down-; cense, or relative to any other mat-j as an "eye-opener" when compared Kradef Mansfield High 'pehsation will1 be welcomed and Jones talks of the stairs he Went to his bedroom where The ruling will be rigidly ad- with similar meetings 'The "Burgess' and Council direct-i School, spenl_Thwsday in town. led "their arguments.. lOther spiaKefs! City folks; friend wife, (Piano 'standing "before a mirfoT. .he'-'serit a-hered Carl Yourig will act' as the toast- ed the Borough treasurer, C. E. Ben-1 Mrs. Harry Kurd, of Corning, undertake to answer them. Music; bullet crashing into Jiis..-brain, u After March 1, when- several" and you may rest assured he nett, to advertise for sale the five acre i spending the week with Mr. and Mrs.1 There is1 considerable feeling Music; with The1 Besides his widow and his mother, plications are in which the will proceed with discrimination when tract of land in the-Woodland Park! Chstfflcey Hamm. j among members -of the Legion that Men, (-comic, Music; above mentioned, the deceased is sur-ifees are "bunched" on one chgck, the it comes to "holding-down those who allotment, which was, sometime ago! Mrs. M. D. Jones visited friends j the name of the American _Legion Phoebe Martin, (Mountaineer dialect, vived by three children-William, j applications- and re'rnittance will b.e are prone to "long-windedness" and deeded to the municipality by. and j at Mansfield over the week-end. i building should be. changed "to, Music; first ride in'aged 9, Isadore, and returned to the "sender immediately; it won't take long to "clear the Mrs.-Ijeonard Harrison; The Mr. and Mrs. Vail Clarendon and! munity building. In reality the" an autie mobile, .Music; land the applicants individually wfH-decks" in anticipation 'of the treat in offered for safe'is on top oTlhe-hill' children, of Elmira, are visiting at ing is a community building, con-'Nort Picture Too.k. (Irish: Kenneth had .many friends- "in; be notified that failure either'of them- 'store, in the nature of an address by and in "what was formerly of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clar- j structed by the whole community, j-dialect, Gilhooley'sj Wellsboro who greatly regret his or of" the notary, of others, nee- Judge Johnson. ball'grounds of'the Park. Sealed endon. (The American' Legion members simp- Bungalow, (Irish r timely passing and who extend to the essitated the return." There ..will, of_ course, be music by- bids for the purchase of this tract'' Rev. NatEan, -an Armenian who ly have a room in the building for! Music; King Faro's DaugJi-1; bereaved family heartfelt sympathy.: The Department has notified every Wellsboro artists, than whom; by_tKe will be received by H. E. Raesly, this country in the inter- their use.' It wquld the.ter, (Negro dialect, The remains were._brought here: automobile dealer-in Pennsylvania, all way, there better. Borough secretary, to be opened, at a! ests 'of relief work among his own name Community Building would be' Price 25, and 15 cents. For the' yester.day-and The funeralwill be held 'justices. ofLthe peace, Following the banquet an oppor- public meeting of the Burgess and j people, gave a very interesting and; much more consistent. The manage-j benefit, of the church. this afternoon atThree o'clock from ies, arid motor clubs of the new r.ur-J tunity to join the Chamber of Com- Council Monday March 24.! instructive talk1 in the M. church j merit of the building might be im-' f the -home of Mr. and Mrs. 0. D.'. ing. merce will be. given all those who are See advertisement on page 8 of Sunday evening. [proved by the co-operation of a com-' WOMEN TAX4BLES ARE LIABLE !Field, at No. 12 East avenue, Rev. This action has been taken, in order not now members, and it is hoped tissue for a complete description of the i The Dorcas Society of the Baptist j mittee from the Chamber of Com-! O. G. Cocks interment in to speed up the., handling of applies-; many will avail thejnselves of. the land. .church held their regular acting as an advisory com- County Tax Collectors_Instructed To, Wellsboro cemetery. tions at Harrisburg stated, is privilege, not simply as a means of Permission was given a delegation with Mrs. Frank McKinney on Tues- Lmittee. At any rate, come and; See That Act Is Complied deemed necessary because of the I helping finance the Chambers' efforts of young men to re-organize the! day. A delicious dinner was served'give-us the benefit of your judgment following statement issued by. TRUE PUBLIC SERVICE ;nuge number of errors made on ap-ito further the interests of our town Bache Hose-Company, the Burgess to about forty persons. on these questions. County Commissioner? precludes" ______ .-plications, (tho1 that's an important factor and Council offering to co-operate '______________ Other, towns, some smaller than tne possibility of any further con-, Legion Boys Have Done Much for but, that addi- ours have a Community building. The jecture regarding the liability of Town's Welfare. ADVICE--TO FARMERS I tionaL strength that comes from num- League-Milk Price For March. Legion, boys, long before they began worrfen taxables: In line with their oft repeated and' and' to have part in a t Tfee producers' base price for Class; operations on their present home, There be some doubt in demonstrated devotion to community 6o -State Agriculturaf Stud-; that is. going to put W'elkboro where :1 (fluid) milk in March will be stated that it was to be dedicated for the mjnds of a'great "many people as welfare the W. Earle Champaign Urged to Keep Fit. she the front rank of 'per 100 pounds at the 201-210 mite public use and in all their activities to the liability of a woman to pay American Legion', is contemplating: Advice .to shave twice a .week, wide-awake jjrogressive freight zone, iccording .to an an-' attending its construction that object her spirit 01, the part of the adoption of plans which will make knock Off'farm work an hour not be accomplished nouncement mac. by the Dairymen's, was kept in mind. All they have a jjreat many to let thenvgo by de-: their new home even more the laeal Wednesdays and all of Saturday (cert of action and the .hearty co- Assiyiat.ioiy asked is 'co-operation on the part of "Commuritv with experienced operation of every person interested every possible way to further the in-: terests of the undertaking.----- "i EIKLAND ECHOES. Death of Mrs. Harriet Campbell- Called Away by Death of Father Feb. Hurriet CampbelMied at her home on Second Inc. This price has rtreeTTast Tuesday. She is sitfviV- i% changed remained un- our To the Legion boys is' -Prices "of the due the credit for securing "to" .Wells- lower" classes of milk will be as fol- the.' mo_sf important factor in by three daughters and one son.--, all living in ETkland." The funeral was held Friday at-two o'clock, but' _, __ f jt fi, '82.10; Class 2-B, rrnlk wade into plain m on account of bad roads the bunal condensed and i.ce cream. 52.25: Class ln welfare. LetV-show those who; They have done wonderfully well farmers in the community and keep. of tTiesF'in this more perhaps'" than' a were the outstanding point? he advised, any other single' organization. A 'of advice given to the class .of -sixty- passed MET 8. T923, P. glance at their news items, appearing five agricultural" short-course stu For the benefit of al! may doubt .the liabih'ty women to pay their tax. in Wellsboro's advancement. The. Chamber of Commerce i? not alone SOT the business and profession- al "men and is for every- milk made into proper appreciation of' their efforts L. 1.69. makes, it coiayttle.ory for a1 from time to -t-i-me rn the local who complete their two months Men' wlve? to this bfthalf and get behind them woman to pay her tax under penalty shows them making every effort of training next week, at their fare- banquet this evening. With the n t v condensed and ke cream; S2.25; Class in every phase of their activities.-Of arrest for non-pavment. _ to ?ecure to the townspeople" espec- well dinner last Saturday night by.women interested there is Mrs Fred milk Inade into soft this is we can do. notify the Tioga County, "f the various are being in- cumstances. financially, tax and com- The meeting to-morrow in the nature nf a community meeting which some important questions Avi'H be raised for discussion; includ- ing the matter of adjusted compensa- tions. To lend encouragement by our pres- least twice a week.- Wednesdays and L'e- Saturdays." Professor Bressler told the young- farmers, who average about 20 years in age. .There are three girls in the class who passed this bit of to. the public with a building and are advice over with a smile, just now in rather straightened cir- "You should keep a diary and note down your feelings when dad savs nic." Bressler continued. "Twenty year's from you can look up that old diary and think before refusing' your son permission to take the fliv- ver and go to a dance. "Get an interest in your work. Hut Mrs. H. 2. Frisbie entertained -the Slocum, President of the Dairymen's fevervbodv enjoved the same TlnVi on TVinra.-latr aftar .League Co Operative Association, to '306 Doints bnaKespeare on inursaay alter- 'The Wilhamsport girls gave a fine; punas. inc.. sani recently: "Dairymen understand better than Methodist Episeopal Church. The examination of the Epworth r 't'h Mission Study Class showed 10 ne Even though Wellsboro the. Reds. Miss Thelma Lloyd captain, are most deserving of our co-opera- feeding make a inHv eninvpH thp o-nmp to-have won over the Whites by 2316 tion. the Unite Class, showed is the very least we can do. They don't let playing to a dairy noon. Clark Wood spent-the week-end in Scranton. ever before what the Association is i planning to do. Farmers now have Wellf-boro girls neighbor? in your leisure hours nH "Soul Winning" will be the subject ENFORCEMENT IN WASHINGTON keeP abreast of the Bres- deserve 'pral f the Ch-eh admoninfetion- Mrs. John Behrman. served a ban- ..--v. jeam quet to 25 five men on Thursday faclhties for handling milk and the Every evening, as a surprise for to protect its band on his birthday. He :flPld milk, markets and go after more their good work against so strong a, Shoofing of Senator Likely to Bring The -Women? Foreign Mis- dav the American Legion pionar-v meet the home U Gvmnasium "is in use bv the bovs and of Mrs- Morpan Matfon' of East -prohib.tion situation there innfhor Tnv Another inv A dispatch say, that v., 'gh-Is of our town. They are to-morrow afternoon, sented with a handsome, piano lamp. _0ur niembers are deter-. ,ots of fun jn {he building_ and it is "--J- lor months a center of criticism and ccrfi- First Baptist Church Notes. "The Golden Age." is the announc- ed subject of the illustrated lecture which Rev. J.--W. Eliiottt. Sec'v. "of William BrAk is confined to- the mined to Protect their own business house by-a severe attack of rheuma- and to bulld for the future.' tism. His daughter, Mrs. Roy Bailey, Sunday: Morriing worship at troversy, ha? culminated" in-the shoot- the Board of Education of the Bap- To Strond Lieutenancyj There are now approximately one hundred vacancies in the commission- ed personnel of the regular- army. In order to. fill thesi: vacancies a final competitive examination will be held throughout the entire Uirited S during- the week commencing April 14. l'S'24. AIL applicants who are eligible and. have the necessary quafi- ifications will be -authorized to take this final examination and .those mak- ing ,rjre highest ratings will be ap- pointed as second lieutenants to fill the vacancies now To he eligible for appointment a must be a male citizen of the and at time of ap- pointment must be between twenty- one' ancTThirfy years Candi- dates are confined .to present mil- itary personnel but person who meets the requires qualifications is appointment. Inquiries for application blanks and information pertaining to the of the examination should be Bailey exaect to move the famnv home" on Second street in the near future a" m'' rresDvtenan Churrti .Notes. proving asset. The next need and bhuwui 111 U41 114 Lite kJUJIUlllU, OIIU II. IS T r, i.l LI I .Ml I 11 I 1 I dressing room the home of M liam Suhr on Bacon st which rent next year, :can be Now is the time to' think of swimming the kids during lkintr hit; Servi fr. Straughn. of the Mansfield Nor- mal, says that efforts .of the school to go on a four year ba-sis with Communion service" next" fclr Dr. day connection with the morning has. b.ee." worklng for some' This is th'p first rommiTnVon 1-'-4" OMOiiVe an accomplish-- ing and Rev. Dr. B. Waters on Thursday evening. i supplv of fresh water. Do you Highway Department Services at St. Paul's next grateful for the splendid assist-, know a Communitv roads of-PWyh-ania are as follows: Celebration of "Holy an" members of the chnrch Poo, be Faj; RumRev tion of a citizen Communion. 8 o'clock: morning the-_ Womens Circle in making chairman o{ the Committee. If-the fare of motorists were ac er and address. Sunday School. the me71 s and dinner snch a Van- wife when the shooting occurred, less-since the beginning of Rev. Hare's than three 'blocks from the capitol pastorate: certainly no member will building. He was hit just over the be absent without a reason the hot weather of fJilrV and August Henna Color for Roads? left eye by a bullet fired from one of ed by conscience. All other regular 'were: for over a year the Legion has-been A Harrisburg dispatch says by a seryics at the usual hour. trying to find a suitable place with artists Wbuld be called in by. the State Prohibition agent, who was using his "ere will be a mating of the of fresh water Do you Highway Department t.. decorate the revolver freely in an effort to com- members of the Children's World the sugges- Pel ihe pursued machine to come to Crusade at the-church this afternoon can be built? Fay Rumsev is t1011 a citizen the wel- a "alt. ted. the friendly talks of the men of town. On the evening ol Thursday. March with Bible class taught by the rec- tor, 12 o'clock, noon; evening prayer and address. 7 o'clock. .....The Young People's Fellowship 13- Mrs- Ernest and Mrs. J. H. meets at the church Sunday even- arranging for a musical ing at o'clock. 'to bc given for the entertainment The Sunbeams held their regular of the meeting at the rectory on Monday pre-. by a S-s. "I find U 9 of Wellsboro, who love wi" combine vocal afternoon with a large'attendance. instrumental numbers and A prohibition agent is under at the .close of school. Miss .fnlia arrest, but no formal charges have Ingerick is the leader of this young been placed against him. people's missionary organization. Meanwhile charges of liquor buy-' Junior Chorus wilt hold their ing by high officials and ordinary cit- '.'sing" to-morrow. The rank? and the izenf al'ke have been on the increase. nf {bis organization are not quite fill-- 'monotony of concrete's unchanging Recently it was announced that a listed as yet; children from P to 12 are i colors are not only damaging to my of hundreds of names of prominent. especially "eyes." but are also effective sleep pro- customers hud been wriwd in- Tilp- members Delta Alpha en- Casrner Walins-ki. a farmer living ducers a-police raid, but. thf superiors of near Wellsboro, was found dead in he "Hio 'those who mnde the raid so success- eo I act until autnonzed Dy ine educational board, which authoriza- tion, it is said, is near at hand. 'wo-year courses, he ?ays. are now arranged to give full two years credit at all colleges and universities, and the present three-year course "ly recognized for t.lvat time as well. All work offered is of collegiate proper place can be found, and-if the Engineers see a Legion can raise the money, the in the idea advanced and girls are going to have a sv ming pooL.this stammer. Found Dead in Bed. Something more is required to standing, he Iv with th than additional says, particular- olleges and univ- tf members o a sleighing pnrty to the home Baker Frank' Fnr seve Mansfield has been getting ready, and is riow Tully fecoghJXe'd. bfr- Frida'y caUKP has met the require- mehts in an improved physical plant afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mary Hastings, of West avenue. The Young Peoples' Fellowship enjoyed a social season at the rectory ..the Statp bnt ptting no response, went to his "d SUfrpr hCnna dark themselves finally disappeared entire- of Undrfale. Pa, were week-end vis t i 1 bedside to find he had expired. Cor-j oner William F. wascAlled and iead are afraid this mav 'ly fronl Public atiention. itors nt the parsonage. property owners asking for! ja particular cotes- of rondwaylsorder-1 Chnrch of Christ Notes. Morning worship at Sunday oeatn aue to natural jft particular eotei of .ChrisUan Pcienee last evening. This TS rapidly becom-1 School at Christian Endeavor! _ ing thew, .so that artists would have i Odd Fellows' ing one pf the most popular organiM-iat 6 o'clock: erening worship at 7) Mr- Walinski had been object to j u be-called on to work out the color i WelUboro tions of the church. 'o'clock. i heart attacks time. 1. This evenine- onr orayer meet.ino-twas 74 years'of ag> and apt evening onr prayer meeting _____ p Everybody welcome. a cngtomer wonld pick np an! To-morrow -evmixig the Young .the., jild. days. it-.xcas as a matter of course' that occas-i Church." j! and Sun3ay pervkes at 13 a. tn. at A. rn. It has been quietly done, little or no ________________ noise, attached to.it, but it has been j thoroughly done, with the resnlt that Evangelical Lutheran Church. graduates of the last two or' "We preach Christ three years, are easily carrying the All welcome. advanced standing allowed them when Sunday Hiornihg in Armory Hall; Sunday of learning. S Come and hear. Apple out of store basket. To- day be would be charged with lar- ceny. frotn puphshea to Lesson for March 2, "Christ after sen-ices at wcre that in New York crime has for adults. I Men's class will bold box social at the home of Edith Campbell. body weteome, young- awl o for "Wellsboro Ga- per year. ed 39 per cent. Does' this in the sentence. "A movie that at only fil per cent of sV Manhattan's population are crim- inals? l alary is thing while it einphasis should properljr_be laid cm the closing .words. ,_ uncer- For instance, if .afi the id- referred to as a par-i enlists fed immediately accepted irie province, seventy-five per cent i Einstein theory, the public Jof Manitoba's ara.ig Wooded, jhave beard very little about it, iNEWSPAPERl ;