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Sundays: Adult Electives..........9:30am Youth & Children Sunday School...........9:30am (age 4 to 6th grade) Worship & Praise Service Contemporary..................11am Children’s Church Nursery provided to age 3 for all services. Tuesdays: Divorce Care..............6:30pm Wednesdays: Student Ministries Junior High 7-8..............7pm Senior High 9-12............7pm FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 498 Seaward Ave. Bradford, PA 16701 Church: 814-368-7622 Sunday School..............9:45am Morning Worship........11:00am Evening Service............6:00pm Wed. Prayer Meeting. . .7:00pm NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP WORLD OUTREACH CENTER Cyclone, PA•814-465-3272 Stanton R. Higley, Pastor Sunday Service...........11:00am Monday.........................7:00pm

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FURNISHED 1 BEDROOM UPSTAIRS APARTMENT- Main St., Smethport, Pa. No pets! $450/mo. 814-887-9913. 3/9c FOR RENT / PORT ALLEGANY- Spacious, well maintained 2 bedroom apartment, washer, dryer, range, refrigerator, wall-to-wall carpet, gas heat. $425/month plus security and utilities. Off-street parking. No pets. Not HUD approved. Water and trash included. Applications being accepted. Call 610-283-5096. 2/7p HOUSE FOR SALE IN PORT ALLEGANY- Large 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home with many updates. Large town lot with fenced in backyard. Appliances negotiable into sale. $92,500 or reasonable offer. Call 814-642-2539. 2/7p FOR SALE - TRAILER, 75X14, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, extended back and front porches, shed. Call only after 12:00 Noon, 814887-2037. 2/7p

LIGHTHOUSE COMMUNITY FREE METHODIST CHURCH 1300 Prentisvale Road Rte. 346, Duke Center, PA Pastor Beth Rosler 814-966-3998 Sunday Morning Worship....................10:00am FAITH CHURCH OF CHARITY (Independent Assembly of God) Grimes District Road Port Allegany, PA Pastor: Rev. June E. Smith Sunday School............10:00am Morning Worship........11:00am Night Service................4:00pm Wednesday....................4:30pm TRINITY EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH Fulton St., Smethport, Pa. 814-887-2563 Worship Service............9:00am

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So what? Who are you comparing Eli Manning to? His brother? Drew Brees? Tom Brady? That guy who took over for Brett Favre in Green Bay? As I write this, Eli Manning is in the top five or close enough in every statistical category worth categorizing statistically for a quarterback. Also, as does Brees, Brady and the aforementioned guy who took over for Favre, he has Super Bowl bling. Check it. Now this next part of the story has nothing to do with statistics, so consider it to be anecdotal. But it’s safe to say that New York Giants fans like to see a strong running game and crush-your-head defense. I know this because that’s what everyone was saying at the sports bar I was stranded in during that fluke snowstorm last September (or was it October?).


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CHARLES COOPER, Associate Broker 267 E. 4th Street Emporium, PA 15834 Office: 814.486.0313 Fax: 814.486.0345 Home: 814.887.6050 MT. JEWETT MEMORIAL LIBRARY Monday - Thursday 10 a.m.-noon, 2 p.m.-5 p.m.; 7 p.m.-9 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m.-noon, 2 p.m.-5 p.m.; Saturday 10:00 a.m.2:00 p.m. tf HOME DELIVERY. A library service available to anyone who can’t leave home because of illness or injury. Please call the S.W. Smith Memorial Library at 814-642-9210 for more information. At this time, service is limited to Port Allegany Borough and Turtlepoint. tf SMETHPORT AREA RESIDENTS: Need food? Need clothing? We want to help! Christian Community Services (under Hamlin Bank on Fulton St.). Open Monday through Wednesday 10-11 a.m. No hours Thursday or Friday. tf GETHSEMANE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 205 Arnold Ave., Port Allegany, Pa. 16743 814-642-9261 Worship Service..........11:00am GRACE CHAPEL CHURCH 203 Rte. 446, Farmers Valley, Pa. Phone: 814-887-5567 Pastor: Jerry Stauffer Sunday Morning Service. . . . . .10:30am

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From the onset you could see that Manning was throwing absolute darts. A lot of the interceptions -- again, anecdotally, but Giants head coach Tom Coughlin agrees -- resulted from blown routes or drops from the intended receivers. But imagine, if you will, Broncos fan, a quarterback who is great in the first quarter AND the fourth quarter. It makes it very interesting for the people watching the game, I can tell you that. Take your Tebows and that guy who replaced what’s his name with the Wranglers all you like -- in the fourth quarter with the game on the line, Eli Manning has proven himself to be a great quarterback. One might even say “elite.” And I kid Aaron Rodgers. He’s not only “elite,” he’s the league’s MVP. That fact, however, doesn’t make Eli Manning any less “elite” or most valuable at all. Mark Vasto is a veteran sportswriter who lives in Kansas City. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.


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A SPORTING VIEW By Mark Vasto Eli Is Elite Without a doubt -- at least in my mind -- the dumbest argument that can be had in regards to the players of the National Football League is whether or not somebody is “elite.” Which is, of course, a code word for hating on Eli Manning, quarterback of the New York Giants, brother of Peyton, son of Archibald. For I have never once been asked if I thought, for instance, that Brian Urlacher was an elite linebacker or Darelle Revis was an elite cornerback. If you need to ask that question, well then the logic apparently says “no,” right? If you have to ask, then there must be doubt. That logic is not only flawed, it’s flat out stupid. Yeah, you can make a case that he is sub-par in that even stupider cookie commercial with Peyton. And yes, we probably have a good idea that he couldn’t host “Saturday Night Live” like his brother did (which was, by the way, absolutely hilarious ... the skit about the kids trying to catch his passes was an instant classic).

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GOOD SHEPHERD (Anglican) 29 South Street, (corner of Stone) Cuba, NY 14727 The Rev. Dr. Kenneth W. Gunn-Walberg Sundays.......................3:30pm Evening Prayer and Holy Communion using the 1928 Book of Common Prayer. Followed by coffee hour. For info., call 716-968-2393. Visitors most welcome.

SHINGLEHOUSE CHRISTIAN & MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHURCH Pastor James Haddon Sunday School.............9:45am Morning Worship. . . . . .11:00am Tues. Alliance Youth . .7:00pm Wed. Prayer Meeting.. 7:00pm

KEVIN GUEST HOUSE Located in Buffalo, NY, The Kevin Guest House was established as a memorial to Kevin Garvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Garvey of Sharon, Pa. Kevin lost his battle to cancer at the age of 13. The Kevin Guest House provides a temporary, safe refuge for patients and their families at a nominal fee, and extends its hospitality to families of patients who are receiving treatment at Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo General Hospital, and other area hospitals. For over 35 years the Kevin Guest House has been welcoming guests, and provides an atmosphere of caring which helps families focus on their loved ones without the stress of finding temporary, affordable accomodations near local health care facilities and services. Kevin Guest House, 782 Ellicott St., Buffalo, NY 14203. Phone: 716-882-1818; Fax: 716-882-1291 or e-mail General tffb

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May 30- Knitting Club 1-3pm Bradford Area Public Library, 67 W. Washington St., Bradford, Pa. Whether you are an expert knitter or have never picked up a set of needles, this informal club is for you. Meets weekly in the Carnegie Rm. For info., call the Bradford Area Public Library at 814-362-6527. May 31- Preschool Story Hour 10:30-11:30am Bradford Area Public Library, 67 W. Washington St., Bradford, Pa. Includes story, craft, snack, and social interaction. Geared toward pre-K children, accommodates infants and toddlers. For info., contact Bradford Area Public Library at 814-362-6527. May 31 , June 1- Kings Park: Stories from an American Mental Institution 5pm JCC Cutco Theater, 260 N. Union St., Olean, NY. Filmmaker Lucy Winer will be speaking locally at two separate presentations. Events are free and open to the public. Sponsored by Mental Health Association in Cattaraugus County, Peer Networking Group, Rays of Hope, and STARS. For info., call 716-372-0208. f SEVENTH DAY BAPTIST CHURCH OF HEBRON 5 miles up Whitney Creek off Rte. 44, Crandall Hill Coudersport, PA Rev. Michael L. Burns Sabbath School Saturday....................9:45am Worship Service Saturday..................11:00am Bible Study Wednesday.................1:00pm Saturday....................2:00pm Women’s Society 1st Tuesday of each month............7:30pm VALLEY WORSHIP CENTER Rte. 446 Farmers Valley Smethport, PA•814-887-5065 Rev. David Eastman Sunday School..............9:30am Morning Worship........10:30am Sunday Evening...........6:00pm Wed. Evening................6:30pm SARTWELL CREEK UNION CHURCH Port Allegany RD 2 Port Allegany, PA Rev. LaVerne R. Howard, Pastor Worship Hour. . . . .9:30-10:30am Sunday School. .10:30-11:00am Everyone Welcome

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KING’S CUT ‘N CLIP: Men’s haircuts and styles. 322 Main Street, Smethport. Walk-ins daily. Closed Wednesday and Sunday. tfc ——————————————————————————————— STUMPER • 814-642-2669 Stump Removal, reasonable rates, free estimates. Lewis Duell, 12 Ransom Street, Port Allegany, Pa. 23 years experience. tfc ——————————————————————————————— FIREWOOD FOR SALE- Call 814-225-3148. tfc FOR SALE - HOUSE, BARN AND SIX ACRES near Port Allegany, Pa. Home has four bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, remodeled kitchen and baths, vinyl siding and newer roof. $95,000. 814-6422747. 2/14p BRADFORD AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MAY 2013 CALENDAR OF EVENTS May 15- Story Time 10:30am Bradford Area Public Library, 67 W. Washington St., Bradford, Pa. Preschool craft-related program. Opportunity for young children to interact with others their age while listening to stories, making projects, and enjoying snacks. For info., contact the Library at 814-362-6527. May 16- Knitting Club 1-3pm Bradford Area Public Library, 67 W. Washington St., Bradford, Pa. Whether you are an expert knitter or have never picked up a set of needles, this informal club is for you. Meets weekly in the Carnegie Rm. For info., call the Bradford Area Public Library at 814-362-6527. May 16- History of Memorial Day 7pm Large Courtroom, Smethport, Pa. Free and open to the public. Presented by Honorable Sr. Judge Pavlock. Sponsored by McKean County Historical Society. May 17- Preschool Story Hour 10:30-11:30am Bradford Area Public Library, 67 W. Washington St., Bradford, Pa. Includes story, craft, snack, and social interaction. Geared toward pre-K children, accommodates infants and toddlers. For info., contact Bradford Area Public Library at 814-362-6527.

McCRAE BROOK WESLEYAN CHURCH Phone: 814-225-3753 Pastor Bill Nace Sunday School............10:00am Worship Service..........11:00am Wednesday: Family Bible Study & Prayer Service..........7:00pm Youth Ministry.............7:00pm EAST SMETHPORT UNITED CHRISTIAN CHURCH At Rte. 6 & 46 South Pastor: Rev. Allen Young Associate Pastor: Les Leet 814-887-2255• Sunday School..............9:00am Worship Service..........10:00am Staffed Nursery during Worship service. SWAT Youth Group Sundays.....................5:00pm Kid’s Club (K-6th) Wednesdays.......6:30-7:30pm Sunday Eve. Worship........6pm Wed. Prayer/Bible Study. .7pm WRIGHT’S EV. CHURCH Rte. 155 S., Port Allegany, PA Phone: 814-642-9177 Morning Worship........11:00am

Army National Guard Spec. RICHARD M. FRY has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical fitness, and received instruction and practice in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training, drill and ceremony, marching, rifle marksmanship, armed and unarmed combat, map reading, field tactics, military courtesy, military justice system, basic first aid, foot marches, and field training exercises. Fry is the son of Duane Fry and grandson of Ed Lacher, both of Maple Street, Roulette. He is the brother of Dale Fry of Fourth Street, Roulette. He is a 2008 graduate of Port Allegany Junior/Senior High School, Port Allegany. He received a bachelor’s degree in 2012 from Seton Hill University, Greensboro. f S. W. SMITH LIBRARY & BOOKMOBILE 201 East Maple Street, Port Allegany, PA Phone: 814-642-9210 Library Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 11-7; Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 9-4. Book drops at Smith’s Hardware, Duke Center Superette, O-E Elementary School. Bookmobile Hours: September 1, 2012-May 31, 2013. Off Road Dec. 26, 27, & 28. Wednesdays- Eldred Senior Center 9:00-11:30. Duke Center (Old School Parking Lot) 1-5:30. Thursdays- Otto Eldred Elementary School 11:00-2. Eldred (Todd’s Car Lot) 3-7. Fridays- Rixford (by Church) 10-1. Turtlepoint Carlson’s Store 1:45-4:45. Cancellations: Listen to WHKS 94.9 FM. tf

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WOODEN WONDERS! As a teacher, I use wooden clothespins for many things, including art projects, name markers, big paper clips, etc. If you attach some adhesive magnetic tape to the back, you can let children paint or decorate them in numerous ways. They are excellent for displaying chore lists or art on the refrigerator door. They are our chip clips and clips to close economy-size bags of frozen foods. I have used them to wrap up long extension and Internet cords as well. Best of all, they are reusable! D.

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TRUCK LOAD YARD SALE ITEMS FREE. Cue stick, $12. Spot light, rechargeable, $25. Tripod, $10. Small bike, $20. Spotting scope, $40. Hand cooler, $5. 814-486-3262. pb MALCO FASGROOV TOOL KIT for hand fabrication of fiberglass dutchboard for heat systems heat, runs like new, $200. Call 814225-3366. pb LAWN MOWING AND LANDSCAPING, augering, rototilling, brush hogging, pressure washing, deck and porch refinishing, scrap metal hauled away. Free estimates. Phone 814-697-6773 or 814-203-2127. 2/14pb GOOD HOUSEKEEPING Buttermilk Corn Bread 1 1/2 cups buttermilk 5 tablespoons margarine or butter, melted and cooled 2 large eggs 1 3/4 cups yellow cornmeal 3/4 cup all-purpose flour 2 tablespoons sugar 2 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1 can (about 15 ounces) whole-kernel corn, drained 1. Preheat oven to 375 F. Grease 9-inch by 5-inch metal loaf pan. 2. In medium bowl, with fork, mix buttermilk, melted butter and eggs until blended. In large bowl, mix cornmeal, flour, sugar, baking powder, salt and baking soda. 3. With fork, stir buttermilk mixture and corn into cornmeal mixture just until blended. Spoon batter into loaf pan; spread evenly. 4. Bake corn bread 40 to 45 minutes or until toothpick inserted in center of loaf comes out clean. Cool loaf in pan on wire rack 10 minutes; remove from pan and cool slightly on wire rack to serve warm. Or, cool completely to serve later. Cut into slices to serve. Serves 6. • Each serving: About 150 calories, 5g total fat (3g saturated), 38mg cholesterol, 270mg sodium, 22g carbohydrate, 2g dietary fiber, 4g protein. For thousands of triple-tested recipes, visit our website at (c) 2011 Hearst Communications, Inc. All rights reserved MOIST SLOW COOKER MEALS The number one thing that I found that helps my meals stay moist is to brown the meat before placing it in the slow cooker. This helps seal in the juices. Don’t lift the lid during cooking unless absolutely necessary. It increases the cooking time and lets precious moisture escape. Also, make sure you are putting enough liquid in the cooker to keep things moist. It doesn’t need to be a lot, but a little will help your meal steam a bit, which prevents moisture loss. Finally, make sure your recipes require enough cooking that they won’t be completely overdone when you get home. For example, a recipe that calls for eight hours cooking is probably fine on low for up to ten hours, but a recipe that only called for five to six hours of cooking could be overdone if you don’t get home until ten hours later. Cindy CASH ON HAND. Maybe you don’t realize you have cash on hand in your attic or garage! Turn unwanted storages into money with a reader ad in the Moneysaver Shopping Guide or Shopping News.
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FOR SALE- 1995 IMPALA SS, 135,000 mi., never in winter. You won’t be disappointed! $5,200. 814-598-3686, Skip Ford. 4/7pb DINING ROOM HUTCH AND TABLE- 8 chairs. Phone 814-2254656. 4/16pb FOUND: KEY FOB FOR KIA VEHICLE. Call 716-790-0633. Also has house key. tffb ——————————————————————————————— MT. JEWETT TOWN WIDE YARD SALES - SAT., MAY 18TH Starts at 9:00 a.m. Maps available at local businesses. 2/7pb ——————————————————————————————— FOR SALE- Hemlock and pine lumber, rough cut, one and two inch available. 814-887-2717. 10/30pb MIX-UP DURING SMETHPORT TOWN WIDE YARD SALES: Sold Cars comforter set. The sheets taken were for Star Wars. Please call 814-887-4992 to swap for correct sheets and curtain swag. Sorry and thank you. cb

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How do you love? When I walked into our home one evening, one of our yellow Labs, Princess, greeted me at the door. She had gotten up from wherever she was in the house and came to see me as I entered. I had been gone all day and hadn’t really seen her much that morning. In fact, I don’t even feed her that often. But there she was, tail wagging - well really her whole body was wagging -eyes glued on me, rubbing up against me like I was her long-lost friend. So what was I to do? Of course, I squatted and rubbed her. A lot. I mean, you’d have thought that dog had never been petted before. After I rubbed her back, she rolled over and let me rub her belly. And I honestly think I’d still be there petting her if she’d had her way. But instead I stood up, and she did. She shook, and leaned her head up against my leg as if to say, “Thanks, Dad.” Wouldn’t the world be such a better place to live if we all just loved like a dog? And didn’t make our love conditional - “what have you done for me lately?” As you listen to life today, love like a dog so you can work positive and live positive. Get your copy of Listen to Life with Your Pet: The Pet Lover’s Guide to a Positive Life today at A public service message brought to you by

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REGULAR BAPTIST CHURCH Valley Rd., Smethport, Church: 814-887-5632 Pastor Jack Gregg 814-887-2826 Sunday School (all ages).....................9:30am Sunday Morning Worship....................10:45am Sunday Evening Worship......................6:00pm Wednesday Evening Bible Study & Prayer........................6:30pm Monday Evening Teen Program............6:30pm FIRST CHURCH OF GOD “Where Salvation Makes You A Member” 140 Main Street Eldred, PA Rev. James Kazimer Sunday School............10:00am Sunday Morning Worship....................11:00am Sunday Evening Worship......................7:00pm Wednesday Evening Worship......................7:00pm FREE CHRISTIAN EVANGELICAL CHURCH Pine Street, Smethport, PA Pastor: Bill Simms 814-887-5669 Sun. Morn. Worship. . . . . . . .11am Tues. Evening Bible Study...................6:30pm FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Main & Grace Streets Port Allegany, PA 814-642-2105 Sunday School..............9:45am Sunday Morning Worship....................10:45am Communion Sunday (the 1st Sunday of the month) Fellowship Dinner after the Morning Worship Service (last Sunday of the month) Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer.................7:00pm ST. JOSEPH’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Arnold Avenue Port Allegany, PA Pastor Joann Piatko 814-558-5876 Sunday Service.............9:00am Sunday School..............9:00am 1st Sunday of each month 2nd Service at...............4:00pm FREE METHODIST CHURCH 53 Church Street Port Allegany, PA Pastor Daniel Fuller 814-642-2658 Morning Worship........10:45am Evening Worship..........6:30pm Family Night, Wed.......6:30pm DUKE CENTER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 26 Oil Valley Rd. Duke Center, Pa Rev.: Gary Sheesley Church Phone: 814-966-3922 SUNDAY Sunday School..............8:45am Worship Service...............10am Communion Sunday ................. 1st Sun. of month BIRCH GROVE MENNONITE CHURCH Two Mile Rd., Port Allegany Sunday School............10:00am Sunday Worship Hour........................11:00am Thursday Night Bible Study...............7:00pm EVANGELICAL COVENANT CHURCH 67 Church Street, Port Allegany, PA Pastor: J.T. Madison 814-642-2272 Sunday School..............9:45am Worship Service..........11:00am Call for schedule of small group/Bible study meetings.

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Helpmates, Inc.
Hiring For Smethport & Bradford Are a

Part-time Personal Care Aides

Home Care Agency.

The Rose Boutique 619 West Main St.,
Smethport, PA 16749
Corner of West Main & Byron St.

What you will need:

consumers with personal care. - If you love to help others of any age with daily living tasks such as bathing, meal preparat light housekeeping, laundry, run errands, ion, transportation. - Earn extra income at any age - Personal Care experience a plus - Wage determined by experience - Paid travel time and mileage - Voluntary Benefits - Have reliable transportation - Be reliable, ability to work alone - Be trustworthy - Be willing to work every other weekend

Wanted: Mature caring individuals to assist

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OVERCOMERS CHURCH OF FAITH Aiken, PA Co-Pastors: Revs. Frank & Daunna Hill • 814-465-7776 Sunday School............10:00am Sunday Morning Worship....................11:00am Sunday Evening Worship......................6:00pm Wednesday Prayer. . . . . . .6:30pm Thursday Bible Study..........................6:30pm (Alan Dillenbeck- Teacher) TURTLEPOINT EVANGELICAL CHURCH OF NORTH AMERICA Annin Creek Rd. Turtlepoint, PA Pastor: Rev. Anthony Edgell Sunday School..............9:45am Morning Worship........11:00am Sunday Evening Service.......................6:00pm Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study................6:30pm

If you think this is the kind of job you’re look ing for, apply at the office closest to you.

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310 Main St. Smethport, PA 855-887-2881

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Jeff Tanner, President of PA CleanWays of McKean helps load material during a recent electronic recycling event. PA CleanWays of McKean County, an affiliate of Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful, successfully completed an electronic recycling event at the Bradford Recycling Center this past Saturday, May 5, 2013. 14 Volunteers filled two trucks with electronics and prepared material for another truck to return and remove this week. As of January 2013, electronic waste cannot go to the landfill so this event is an important effort for the citizens of McKean County. Organizations involved in the effort include PA CleanWays, Penn State Extension, McKean County Adult Probation, McKean County Conservation District, City of Bradford, and the McKean County Commissioners. PA CleanWays is planning for a tire recycling event at the same location on Saturday, August 10, 2013. Penn State is committed to affirmative action, equal opportunity, and the diversity of its workforce. f

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FOR SALE- 2009 Polaris Sportsman, 90cc youth’s four wheeler, $1,650. Phone 814-642-9438, ask for Vince. 2/14p YARD SALE / ESTATE SALE - MAY 18TH, 9-4. 414 N. Freer Rd., Port Allegany, Pa. Halfway between Port and Smethport, Rte. 6. Look for signs. p FOR SALE- 2002 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE, air, CD player. Asking $2,000. 814-545-1343. p CLEANING LADY NEEDED. References please. No answer, wait for answer, call 814-642-7705. p

MARINE CORPS LEAGUE BOB SWANSON DETACHMENT #1102 To all Marines and FMF Corpsmen: The Bob Swanson Detachment of the Marine Corps League is looking for a few good men. Marines and FMF Corpsmen- active duty, retired, and honorably discharged are eligible to join us. We meet on the second Wednesday at 1900 hours at the American Legion (61 E. Main St.) in Mt. Jewett, Pa. For an application or information, contact Commandant John H. Moffett at 814-7785218 or Jr. Vice Commandant Jim Johnson at 814-772-3895. Semper Fi! f

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WHAT? NO IMPATIENS! Hello fellow gardeners. You may have already found that the greenhouses do not have any standard impatiens on their racks. That’s right, no impatiens. Remember last fall I told you about the downy mildew disease that infected them. The growers have not found any cure as of yet, so no impatiens. I told you that I Torenia “Moon Yellow” would list some alternatives to grow in partial shade. These are some I have tried and some I want to try. There are many more than I am listing. I am only listing annuals or plants that have to be taken indoors to survive our winter.

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don’t have the space for elaborate carvings and personalized carvings are too expensive, so it’s easier and cheaper to go with stock carvings. For the cemeteries of the past, however, elaborate carvings reveal much about the deceased and show that this craftsmanship is an art.

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By Ronda Addy Stroll through the old part of a cemetery and look at the tombstones. Some may have ornate carvings of angels while others have flowers. While the person buried there may have liked angels or flowers, the carvings could also have a different meaning altogether. Ornately carved headstones became the fashion in the 18th century. There had been some before this time, but they were reserved for the wealthy or the clergy. For the common people, there were few memorials. There was little point in fancy, elaborate tombs when most people were struggling to survive, were illiterate and didn’t live past 40. The Georgians were the first to use tombstones as permanent memorials. Their tomb-

stones were flamboyant allegorical scenes, with grinning skulls among winged cherubs and flowery epitaphs. The arrival of the Victorian era signaled more conservative, classical-looking monuments. During the early 1800s, Egyptianlooking obelisks with lotus buds and hieroglyphics were the order of the day because of all the artwork coming out of Egypt at the time. Also popular were angels carved in Italian white marble. The soft stone was ideal for carving shapes into books and figures. Over time, wordy epitaphs gave way to the use of symbols. The use of symbols could express religious affiliation, ethnic identity or membership association. Symbols could also have different meanings depending on the part of the country they were used in. Let’s take a look at some of the symbols and their meanings:

• Angels symbolized spirituality because they were the agents of God. Angels could be carved in all kinds of poses with different symbols. Michael with his sword and Gabriel with his horn were easily recognized by the objects they carried. • Books could be open, signifying that the stone was like a biography, or closed, showing that the story of the dead was over. • Candles represented the spirit or soul. Catholics left candles on the grave to show that prayers had been said for the dead. To Christians, candles represent Jesus, the light of the world. • Chains were the insignia of the International Order of Odd Fellows, who gave the dead a decent burial. The letters IOOF or FLT (friendship, love, truth) were carved inside or near the chains. Medieval thinkers thought golden

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meant a young life was cut short. • Wheat represented rebirth. Because of its usage in the making of communion wafers, it was considered a holy plant and could be put on the tombstone of a priest. Most symbols have lost their meaning over time. Modern tombstones

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remain unchanged, age spots are harmless and require no medical attention. Should a spot change in color, size or border, it should be looked at by a doctor. Changes like these could indicate the development of a more serious condition like skin cancer. In spite of the fact that age spots are harmless, many people dislike them and want them to be treated. Several treatments are available that can lighten age spots. Some are over the counter, while others are available by prescription only. Professional treatments include bleaching creams, laser therapy, freezing, dermabrasion and chemical peels. Some of these are more involved than others and anyone interested in having such treatment done should speak to their doctor. Of course, the best method is prevention. To prevent age spots form developing, limit your time in the sun and cover up. Wear tightly woven clothing with long sleeves and a hat. Use a broadbased sunscreen with an SPF factor of 15 or more. Stay indoors between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. when the sun’s rays are at their most dangerous. Age spots are quite common and rarely cause for concern. Many people, in fact, don’t notice them until well into their senior years. Some even jokingly refer to them as their marks of wisdom.


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arms and shoulders. Age spots most often occur after the age of 40 but can appear earlier in life. As the body ages, it produces more melanin and sometimes this melanin clumps, forming age spots. Almost anyone can develop age spots, but those with fair skin who spend a lot of time in the sun unprotected are most at risk. Genetics can also predispose people to age spots. As long as they

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WILDLIFE RESCUED FOLLOWING DIESEL SPILL Game Commission asks citizens to report sightings of affected animals. WCOs Rescue Gosling:



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Dauphin County WCO Mike Doherty and Lancaster County WCO John Veylupek remove a captured contaminated Canada goose gosling from a net. Photo Credit: Joe Kosack/PGC Photo. Harrisburg- The fuel tanker explosion that has closed a stretch of Interstate 81 near Harrisburg also caused about 2,000 gallons of spilled diesel fuel to flow into a nearby wetlands, prompting a rapid response to contain and clean up the spill, and rescue affected wildlife. Efforts continue today at Wildwood Lake Sanctuary, which lies just northwest of the interchange where the tanker overturned and caught fire. Fuel spilled at the crash site May 9 traveled through a storm drain to Paxton Creek and into the Wildwood marsh, an important habitat for wildlife and plants, including state endangered species of each. The Pennsylvania Game Commission responded to the marsh just before noon on Thursday, after a man who had been hiking through Wildwood Park called to report the spill. Field officers with the commission paddled their way around the lake and were able to rescue about a dozen fuel-coated ducklings and goslings from the marsh. “The timeliness of the response and coordinated efforts with Wildwood Park personnel, Tri-State Bird Rescue & Research, and USDA Wildlife Service’s personnel was critical to assessing the situation, beginning wildlife recovery operations and mitigating additional wildlife impacts,” said Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe. The commission’s rescue efforts resumed today. Meanwhile, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Wildlife Services, as part of the Game Commission’s wildlife-protection response, has set up a propane-powered air cannon that creates intermittent blasts of sound in an attempt to deter wildlife from entering the contaminated portion of the wetland. Daniel Brauning, a bird expert with the commission’s Bureau of Wildlife Management, said timing is critical in rescues of waterfowl that become immersed in fuel. “The sooner you are able to rescue them, the better their chances of survival,” said Brauning, who heads up the commission’s Wildlife Diversity division. Rich Palmer, the director of the Game Commission’s Bureau of Wildlife Protection, said the public also can help in the effort by reporting to the commission any wild birds or mammals that appear to be coated with oil. Reporting sightings could increase any contaminated animal’s chance of survival, and will allow the commission to better assess how many animals were affected by the spill, Palmer said. Wildwood Park at this time of year is used regularly by feeding great egrets and black-crowned night-herons, both of which are state endangered species. Great egrets were seen Thursday at Wildwood during the initial cleanup and rescue efforts. The Game Commission in coming days and weeks will monitor closely how these important species fare at Wildwood. Wildwood has the largest concentration in Pennsylvania of American lotus, a state endangered plant. Its dominance in the Wildwood’s emergent wetlands makes it an unusual ecosystem within the state. Additionally, Wildwood is home to substantial numbers of muskrats and waterfowl. Nesters there include mallards, wood ducks and Canada geese, while everything from northern shovelers, blue-winged teal and common snipe stop over during migration. Other nesters include American woodcock and yellow warblers. Owned and managed by Dauphin County, Wildwood also is home to white-tailed deer, mink, eastern coyotes, red foxes and raccoons. The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection said today the spill was quickly contained in the lake and that cleanup efforts are continuing. f Anyone sighting wildlife believed to be affected by the spill can contact the Game Commission’s southeast regional office at 610-926-3136. Contaminated Gosling:

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Liberty Township Cleanup
Saturday, May 18, 2013 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
•Please no roofing •No propane cylinders •No household garbage •No paint cans
This contaminated Canada goose gosling was spotted along Paxton Creek and captured by the by Game Commission field officers a short time later. Photo Credit: Joe Kosack/PGC Photo.


2ND HARVEST FOOD DISTRIBUTION June 11th at St. Elizabeth, Smethport, Pa. Pre-register at 814-366-3186 on June 3rd at 6pm-8pm or June 4th at 6pm8pm. Pick-up times will be assigned. No early birds. f

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Mon.-Fri. 11am-9pm; Sat. & Sun. noon-9pm

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Daily Bread Cafe
Rte. 155, North of Port Allegany, PA 814-642-7112 • Gift Certificates
Closed on Mondays.

Tues.-Sat. 6am-8pm; Sun. 8am-2pm.

Monday- Goulash Tuesday- Chicken & Biscuits Wednesday- Pulled Pork Thursday- Spaghetti Friday- Fish Fry
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Food Shop

Large Pizza

Open: Mon. - Fri. 3pm; Sat. & Sun. noon Bar Menu is Always Available!

We Are Not Just Pizza

Pasta Night
4pm-9pm $


We now have an ATM machine

OPEN: Mon.-Sat. 6am-10pm; Sun. 7am-9pm.

Large Pizza
Cheese & Pepperoni 1 Doz. wings. . . . . .$1599
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Free Delivery 7.00 minimum order

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Spaghetti Dinner
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Open every day at 11:00 a.m., Sunday at Noon "Fine Food...Fine Drink... Fine Friends"

Every Day-Breakfast Sandwiches
Monday: Philly Cheese Steak ......

Serving 4pm til 9pm

Home of..."Buffalo Balls" Every Day Fish Fry! sm. $6.95; lg. $9.95

We Accept Credit Cards!!

Tuesday: Wednesday: WINGS Cheese Burger & doz. $ Fries . . . . . .

Chicken Dinner w/ Fries & Coleslaw

Friday: Fish Fry



Wings, Rings & other things Nite
Serving... 4pm till 9pm

Call ahead for takeouts. Wing night every Thursday. 50¢ in house; 55¢ take out
Sun. Race Day Specials
• 2 doz. Wings & Bucket of Beer $25 • Pizza & Bucket of Beer $15 • Draft Beer $1.50

Sat., May 18th "D.J. Brian" Sat., May 25th
"DJ Scottie"
Food and drink specials, weekend entertainment





Available in Port Allegany ONLY.

Cell Service Booster

Sat, May 18

Port Allegany Townwide Yard Sale
Saturday, May 1 8
8:00 a.m. till ?
✸ Local restaurants will be serving ~ stop by & see them! Sponsored by the Port Allegany Rotary Club.

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We are a Smoke Free Establishment!
Every Friday 4pm-9pm

Food & Gas
23 S. Main St., Eldred, PA.

OPEN: Mon.-Sat. 6am-10pm; Sun. 7am-9pm.

Every Tuesday 5¢ OFF Regular Gas

Mick’s Diner
206 N. Main St., Port Allegany, PA

Free Delivery
7.00 Minimum Order
Eldred, Duke Center, Turtlepoint, Rixford


Breakfast Served All Day
Home of the 1 and 3 pound burgers!!
Breakfast sandwiches, coffee & cappuccino to go.
Lunch Specials Monday-Friday

Open 6:00am

679 Main St., Duke Center, PA

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Serving Fresh Ground Columbian Coffee!!
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Fresh Salad Bar With Every Dinner!


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Fresh Haddock Fish Fry with Hush Puppies

Fish Fry Friday • Gift Certificates Available! Breakfast Available All Day. Except Friday After 11am.




Sat., May. 18th: Chicken Broccoli Alfredo
Since 1937

Sun., May 19th: Applesauce Oatmeal Pancakes
(available 7 days a week)

Philly Cheese Steak

Cheese Burger & Fries





Haddock Fish Fry-


Thursday: Chicken Dinner with Coleslaw & Fries $

All Day, Every Day Senior Citizens 10% Off Discount Excludes Specials

Summer Hours Mon. - Sat. 7am-8pm; Sun. 8am-2pm. We will be CLOSED May 26 & May 27 in observance of Memorial Day

Friday: Fish Sandwich
French Fries



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News: $39.90 Guide: $29.90 Both Papers: $57.93

Free Reader Ads
• The ad must be a personal reader from a family or individual for one item. • Garage and lawn sales not included. • May not be of a commercial nature. (Examples of commercial nature: firewood for sale, babysitting, or services, for rent, etc.) • Price must be in ad (“best offers” not accepted). • Run one week at a time. • 25 words or less. • Limit: one free ad per issue. Ad must meet all of the above requirements or we will not run it. Please use the free reader ad form below.

Port Allegany:

Shinglehouse Area: Howard’s Home Furnishings Oswayo St., Shinglehouse, Pa. by Thursday at 12:00 noon Smethport: Hubber Cafe Main St., Smethport, Pa. by Wednesday at 12:00 noon


Ads may also be mailed or brought to Moneysaver Advertising 218 N. Main St., P.O. Box I Bolivar, NY 14715-0009 by Thursday at 5:00 p.m. If it’s more convenient, you may Phone...585-928-2470 Fax...585-928-2191 or With Credit Card Payment

on Any ONE ITEM for Sale For $150 OR LESS

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As always, we will run meeting notices and organization notices of events not involving money for free.

Moneysaver Reader Ad Form
Payment must accompany ad or it will not be printed. Prices are for 1 Week - Double for 2 Weeks - Triple for 3 Weeks, etc.

Free Reader Ad Form
For One Item for Sale for $150 or Less
•The ad must be a personal reader from a family or individual for ONE ITEM! •Garage and lawn sales not included. •May not be of a commercial nature. (Examples of commercial nature: firewood for sale, babysitting, or services, for rent, etc.) •Price must be in ad (“best offers” not accepted). •Run one week at a time. Mail or Bring to: •25 words or less. Moneysaver Advertising •Limit: one free ad per issue. 218 N. Main St., P.O. Box I Ad must meet all of the above Bolivar, NY 14715-0009 requirements, or it will not run. Ad will run in both papers. PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER!

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PERSONAL READER ADS*: $3.50 per week for first 15 words or less, 10¢ each additional word.
(Use this rate for items for sale for more than $150.)

COMMERCIAL, BUSINESS & SERVICE ADS**: Double Price - Both Papers $5.00 per week for first 15 words or less, 20¢ each or ____ Weeks additional word. Ads designated as commercial are (example): Add $2.50 Per Week Per Paper For rent, items made for sale, items bought for resale, painting, repairs, services, Check Box for Bordered Reader Ad:
hay for sale, dogs for sale, as well as business listings.

1 Week 2 Weeks 3 Weeks

BORDERED READER ADS: $2.50 extra per paper for each reader ad Name Phone Address

Please PRINT AD as you wish to have it published. Include name and address if you want it in ad. Allow only one word per space. (Telephone number is one word.) If more space is needed, you may write ad on separate sheet of paper. We reserve the right to reject any and all copy. A signature (whether used in ad or not) must accompany each ad.

15: *P-$3.50, **C-$5.00 16: *P-$3.60, **C-$5.20 21: *P-$4.10, **C-$6.20 17: *P-$3.70, **C-$5.40 22: *P-$4.20, **C-$6.40 18: *P-$3.80, **C-$5.60 23: *P-$4.30, **C-$6.60 19: *P-$3.90, **C-$5.80 24: *P-$4.40, **C-$6.80 20: *P-$4.00, **C-$6.00 25: *P-$4.50, **C-$7.00


Mail or Bring to: Moneysaver Advertising, 218 N. Main St., P.O. Box I, Bolivar, NY 14715-0009 With Cash, Good Check, or Credit Card Information. Deadline: Thursday at 5:00 p.m.

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Comes Creek School - Was Holden Farm then, now Carlson Farm.

While the number of such incidents sharply dropped following the Game Commission’s 1992 requirement for all fall turkey hunters to wear hunter orange, there is no other year on record without at least one incident during fall turkey season. In its annual reports on HRSIs, the Game Commission establishes an incident rate by computing the number of accidents per 100,000 participants. The 3.52 incident rate reported for 2012 is slightly lower than the 2011 rate of 3.88. An analysis of offender ages revealed individuals ages 16 and younger had an incident rate of 5.86 per 100,000 participants. A total of 14 incidents ñ 42 percent of all 2012 incidents with an identified offender ñ were caused by individuals with 10 or fewer years of hunting experience. However, no incidents in 2012 resulted from youth participating in the Mentored Youth Hunting Program - a program whereby hunters under the age of 12 are permitted to harvest certain wildlife species, if they are accompanied by a licensed adult. More than 33,400 mentored youth permits were issued during 2012.

The leading causes of hunter-related shooting incidents in 2012 were a sporting arm carried in a dangerous position and a victim being in the line of fire, each accounting for 24 percent of the total. The Game Commission attributes the trend of declining hunter-related shooting incidents, in part, to mandatory hunter-education training and requirements for hunters to wear fluorescent orange during certain firearms seasons. The Game Commission also has partnered with the National Wild Turkey Federation for the past 20 years to increase safety among turkey hunters. Nearly 38,000 students statewide were certified in 2012 through one of the commission’s Basic HunterTrapper education courses - an effort made possible by fewer than 2,300 volunteer instructors. Roe applauded the commitment of instructors, and congratulated graduates of the course and the hunting public on a safe year of hunting in 2012. “For our hunters and ourselves, we are committed to many more years like this one,” Roe said. For more information on

safe hunting practices, go to the Game Commission’s website, f ELDRED UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Eldred, PA Pastor: Ronald Emery Sunday School. . . .9:30-10:30am Worship Service..........11:00am Thurs. Adult Choir.......7:00pm Kids 4 Christ- (4-6 grade) 2nd Sun...................6pm-8pm Youth Group- (7-12 grade) Every Other Sun.. . . .6-8:00pm SMETHPORT CHRISTIAN & MISSIONARY ALLIANCE Pine and E. Water Streets Smethport, Pa., 16749 814-887-5850 Pastor: Steve Heath Sunday School..............9:45am Sunday Morning Services....................11:00am Sunday Eve. Services. . .6:00pm Wednesday Bible Study/Prayer.............6:00pm CHRISTIAN GOSPEL CHURCH Coleville, PA Pastor: Rev. Dan LaPage 814-465-9535 Dedicated to the proclamation of truth. You are invited to attend any of the following services. Sunday School: ............9:45am Morn. Worship Service. . . .11am Evening Service.........5:00pm Nursery and Children Church available.


MAY 14, 2013

Comes Creek School Kids and Teacher. Photos courtesy of Port Allegany History Heritage Club. Submitted by Clyde Johnson.
SAT., MAY 18TH - TOWN WIDE YARD SALES On The Square, Port A llegany, Pa. Tools: Generator & breaker panel, refurbished band saw, Demonstrator wood lathe, narrow belt & disc sander, Demonstrator bayonet saw, miscellaneous tools. Also, Woodcrafts by PA - Wild Craftsman. House and garden plants to benefit Garden Club. Mahlon Davenport, located next to the Kettle Corn on the square. p THE SMETHPORT AREA YOUTH SOCCER WILL HOLD signups for the 2013 fall season on Saturday, May 18th, 2013 from 9am until 11am at the concession building at the small soccer fields behind the Smethport Pool on Willow Street. Registration will be open until June 30, 2013. Another final sign-up will be held June 29, 2013 at the same times and location. Forms will be available at the Smethport Elementary School office after Monday, May 20, 2013. Any questions or concerns may be directed to Gay Hughes at 814-887-5618. p FOR SALE- 2000 KAWASAKI VULCAN 1500 CRUISER and a 1993 Skeeter bass boat with 200 HP Mercury EFI engine. 814887-5424. c FOR SALE- SPLIT LEVEL HOME, 200 Smith Ave., Port Allegany, Pa. Large family room, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, abundant storage, attached garage with work shop, appliances included, quiet corner lot, walk to town. $79,900.00. Call Jim, 814-6422210. 4/14p HAMLIN MEMORIAL LIBRARY Monday & Tuesday, noon-5 p.m., 7 p.m.-9 p.m.; Wednesday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Thursday 7 p.m.-9 p.m.; Friday noon - 5 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. tf REPORT HIGHLIGHTS SAFE HUNTING MILESTONES No hunting-related firearms fatalities in Pennsylvania in 2012. Harrisburg- Hunting is safe and getting safer. That’s the conclusion of the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s newly released report on hunting-related shooting incidents (HRSIs) in 2012. For the first time since the commission began tracking such incidents in 1915, a year came and went without a single human fatality related to gun handling in hunting and trapping. There were 33 nonfatal incidents, a number that also represents a decrease from the previous year, and extends a continuing trend of increased hunter safety statewide. Hunting-related shooting incidents have declined by nearly 80 percent in Pennsylvania since huntereducation training began in 1959. Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe said the numbers are encouraging. “While one accident is too many, we are pleased to see that these types of shooting incidents continue to drop in Pennsylvania, and we look forward to continuing this impressive trend in safer hunting,” Roe said. An HRSI is defined as any occurrence in which a person is injured as the result of a discharge from a firearm or bow during actual hunting or furtaking activities. Aside from the absence of fatalities, the report for 2012 contains what could be another first for Pennsylvania. Statewide, there was not a single hunting-related shooting incident during the fall turkey-hunting season in 2012.


Carlson’s Country Store
Turtlepoint, PA • 814-642-2350
Hrs.: Mon.-Fri. 8am-5:30pm; Sat. till 4pm We Now Accept
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And ATM Cards

Shurfine Trainload Sale Now Going On
Order Forms At Store.



Chicken $1.98
10 lb., avg. $1.88 8-10 Lb. Avg. Whole Boneless-Cut to Your Preference Center Cut Pork $1.98 Chicken Leg Quarters.........10 lb. bag, lb. 78¢ Boneless USDA Choice Roasts or Steaks Chuck $3.48 Boneless USDA Choice Roasts or Steaks Eye of $4.28 Western Style Pork $1.38 Silver Floss Sauerkraut..........2 lb. bag $1.98 USDA Grade A Whole $1.28 Boneless Pork Shoulder $1.88 Bar-S All Meat Hot 5/$5.00 Oscar Mayer All Meat Hot 2/$4.00 Our Own Lean Breakfast $2.59 Hatfield Sliced $3.88 Hatfield Ham Steaks..................8 oz. 2/$4.00 Margherita Pillow Pack Pepperoni.............8 oz. 2/$5.00 Louis Kemp Crab Delites. . . . . . .8 oz. 2/$4.00 Land ‘O Frost Thin Sliced Premium Ham or $3.49 Oscar Mayer All Meat $1.99 Ground Chuck.......................10 lb. bag $29.90 Ground Round.......................10 lb. bag $34.90 95% Lean Ground Sirloin...........5 lb. $18.95 12-15 Lb. Avg. USDA Select Boneless NY Strip $6.28 15-18 Lb. Avg. USDA Select For Delmonico Steaks Boneless Rib $6.78 House of Raeford Fully Cooked Chicken Nuggets....................5 lb. bag $12.49 OnCor Heat ‘n Serve Chicken Patties..........................2 lb. bag $6.29 Rosina Fully Cooked 1/2 oz. Special Pricing Throughout May and June For Your Party Needs! Italian Style Meatballs..........5 lb. bag $13.95 For Beef On Weck! Our Famous Cooked Roast Beef. . . 1 lb. makes 6 sandwiches, lb. $5.79
PORT ALLEGANY SCHOOL MENU Grades 7-8 May 15, 2013 - May 17, 2013 Wed. Salad Bar or Toasted Cheese Sandwich, Cottage Cheese, Tomato Soup, Vegetable, Choice of Fruit. Thurs. Cook’s Choice. Fri. Tuna Sub, Baked Beans, Lettuce Salad, Choice of Fruit. Menu is subject to change. Milk Choices Available Daily: Fat Free Chocolate, Strawberry or White and 1% White. Rotating Breakfast Menu: French Toast Sticks, Super Donut, Cereal, Cinnamon Toast, Breakfast Pizza, Pop Tarts, Pancakes, Waffles, Funnel Cakes or Scrambled Eggs. f

Fresh Sliced Luncheon Meats
Oven Roasted


Cool Whip.............................................8 oz. 99¢ Turkey $3.88 Hot Pockets. .several varieties, 9 oz. 5/$10.00 97 % Lean Cooked $2.48 Banquet Pot Pies......................7 oz. 5/$5.00 Russer Dutch $3.48 Milford Farms 3 Stuffing Varieties Domestic Swiss $3.98 Chicken Breast Entrees. . .9 oz., 2 pk. 2/$4.00 Shurfine Large Eggs................dozens $1.28 Hot Pepper or Muenster $3.58
Shredded Mozzarell, Taco or Cheddar Cheese.............8 oz. 3/$5.00 Homemaker Orange Juice.....................59 oz. $1.99 Shurfine American Cheese Slices..........12 oz. $1.99 Shurfine qts. $1.19 Sandridge Potato or Macaroni Salad.....3 lb. tub $4.49

MAY 14, 2013

Bounty Basic Towels.................8 roll pk. $4.99
Alpo Prime Cuts or Come ‘n Get It Dog Food........................................16 lbs. $7.69 Hampton Bay Creamy Peanut Butter...........12 oz. jar $1.19 Poland Spring Water..............................3 lt. 88¢ Crest Toothpaste.....................6.2 oz. 2/$5.00 Special K Cereal............................12 oz. $1.99 Nature Valley Granola Bars............8.9 oz. 2/$5.00 Special K Pastry Crisps or Cereal Bars.................................5-6 ct. 2/$5.00 Kleenex.......................................184 ct. 2/$3.00 Cottonelle Ultra Bath Tissue.......4 dbl. rolls, 176 ct. $2.00 Heinz Squeeze Mustard. . . . . .17.5 oz. 5/$5.00 Glass or Squeeze Bottle Heinz Ketchup..................14 oz. 5/$5.00 Sweet Baby Ray’s Barbecue Sauces. .18 oz. Buy-1-Get-1-FREE Ronzoni Macaroni, Spaghetti, Spirals, Med. Shells, Rigatoni and Ziti....................12-16 oz. 5/$5.00 Wishbone Buffalo Ranch Dressing.............16 oz. $1.98 Hi-C Box Drinks...............4 var., 10 ct. 3/$5.00 Shurfine Dry Roasted Peanuts...........16 oz. jars $2.99 FREE Shurfine 8 oz. Mustard With Purchase of UTZ Pretzels..................6 var., 9-16 oz. 2/$5.00 Doritos..................All varieties, 10-11 oz. 2/$5.00 Ruffles Potato Chips.............7.5-9 oz. 2/$5.00 Shurfine Split Top Wheat Bread................20 oz. $1.79
FOR RENT- 3 one bedroom apartments, Port Allegany, Pa. No HUD. 814-203-1836; 814-596-7725. 3/30p ——————————————————————————————— HUGE TENT SALE at the Port Allegany Covenant Church (corner of Church St. and Benton Ave.). Friday, May 17th & Saturday, May 18th, 9:00am4:00pm. Pies, baked goods, Walking Tacos Saturday only. Proceeds to benefit the camping program. 3/30p ——————————————————————————————— CLOCK REPAIRS on antique windups, cuckoo, Grandfather and others. Complete restoration. Call Elmer Blush, 716-372-4551. 627 Main St., Olean, NY. eowtfc GRIMES DISTRICT CEMETERY ASSOCIATION Notice: Annual Meeting of the Grimes District Cemetery Association will be held Wed., May 15th, 2013 at 7pm at the Grimes Goodwill Union Church. 4/23f

Shurfine Hamburg or Hot Dog Rolls....................................8 pk. $1.39 Shurfine Cheez-Its........9 3/4-14 oz. Buy-1-Get-1-FREE Shurfine Sweet Relish.................16 oz. $1.49 Shurfine Teriyaki or Herb/Garlic Marinade.............12 1/4 oz. $1.99 Shurfine Bite Size Frosted Shredded Wheat.......16 oz. 2/$5.00 Shurfine Buttermilk Complete Pancake Mix.....................................32 oz. $1.99 Shurfine Regular or Mini Marshmallows.......................10 oz. $1.19 Purina Beggin’ Strips..........2 var., 6 oz. $2.99 Black Oil Sunflower Seeds. . . . . .50 lb. $27.90 Pillsbury 2 Varieties Fudge Brownie Mixes...........19.5 oz. 2/$3.00 Shurfine Dryer Sheets..................40 ct. $1.49 Chef Boyardee Ravioli or Beefaroni....................................15 oz. 5/$5.00

Buy Any 2-12 packs, cans

Pepsi Products
Get Any 1 2 pk. Shurfine Pop

Your final cost for three 12 pks. is $9.98
PORT ALLEGANY SCHOOL MENU Grades K-6 May 15, 2013 - May 17, 2013 Wed. Toasted Cheese Sandwich, Tomato Soup, Vegetable, Choice of Fruit. Thurs. Chicken Nuggets, Sweet Potatoes, Vegetable, Choice of Fruit. Fri. Round Pizza, Baked Beans, Vegetable, Choice of Fruit. Menu is subject to change. Milk Choices Available Daily: Fat Free Chocolate, Strawberry or White and 1% White. Rotating Breakfast Menu: French Toast Sticks, Super Donut, Cereal, Cinnamon Toast, Breakfast Pizza, Pop Tarts, Pancakes, Waffles, Funnel Cakes or Scrambled Eggs. f

. ORRIS JEWELERS . ORRIS JEWELERS . . 62 Main St., Bradford, PA (turn onto Chambers St.) . SINCE 1950 . 814-368-3945 . . . Unique Affordable Jewelry We Buy Gold . . Jewelry Repair Jewelry, . . Broken or . . Unwanted... . . We Test Your . . Gold for . . Content!” . . . Tues., Wed., Thurs. & Fri. noon-6pm; Sat. 10am-3pm.

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CORYVILLE CHURCH OF FAITH 1913 Moody Hollow Eldred, PA•814-225-4943 Rev. Kent Hill SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School............9:30am Morning Worship......10:45am Sunday Evening.........6:30pm WEDNESDAY: Prayer Meeting..........6:30pm

If you want to know what a man is really like, take notice of how he acts when he loses money. -Simone Weil

Notary Service

Linda R. Wright
3691 Rt. 155, Port Allegany, Pa. *Snowmobiles * ATVs

To the valued and faithful customers of Tubbs Greenhouse in Port Allegany
“We are letting you know that the greenhouse will not open this year due to unexpected (health related) circumstances. But - who knows?? what another year might bring - keep a good thought!

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PORT ALLEGANY SCHOOL MENU Grades 9-12 May 15, 2013 - May 17, 2013 Wed. Salad Bar or Toasted Cheese Sandwich, Cottage Cheese, Tomato Soup, Vegetable, Choice of 2 Fruits. Thurs. Cook’s Choice. Fri. Tuna Sub, Baked Beans, Lettuce Salad, Choice of 2 Fruits. Menu is subject to change. Milk Choices Available Daily: Fat Free Chocolate, Strawberry or White and 1% White. Rotating Breakfast Menu: French Toast Sticks, Super Donut, Cereal, Cinnamon Toast, Breakfast Pizza, Pop Tarts, Pancakes, Waffles, Funnel Cakes or Scrambled Eggs. f

Paul and Rose

Tubbs Greenhouse
In Port Allegany • (814) 642-9243
2 miles out East Mill St.

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All payments figured with $2,000 cash/trade down plus tax + DMV with approved credit 3.99% apr for 72 months. All featured prices are with $0 out of pocket. Pictures are for illustration purposes only, actual color/ models may vary, not responsible for typographical errors. See dealer for complete details and availability.

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