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Tues., Dec. 20, 2011 Vol. 54, No. 35
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Holiday Greetings

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To all our friends and neighbors goes an extra measure of good cheer along with our well wishes for a happy and healthy holiday season. It's always a pleasure to serve you.



Warm wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

DECEMBER 20, 2011

219 Main St., Port Allegany, Pa.
Dear Santa, I am looking foward to you coming this year. Christmas is my favorite time, and you are my Favorite person, and I Love You. I am also writing to remind you that I have been a very very good boy, even though I know you are watching me all the time. I know you have alot of presents to give out, but I was wondering if I keep being good if you would bring me a couple of presents. I would like a bike, and trucks and whatever you decide I deserve, But most of all I want to be with my family. Merry Christmas to you Love,, Brandon Sherwood, age 4, Roulette, PA Dear Santa My name is Anna Cunningham I’am 4 yrs old. I have been a very good girl this year. I would like a Barbie Doll, a Doll house, a little Bike, a Bike Helmet, some clothes and Candy I will Leave you some cookies and milk and carrots for the reindeer Love Anna Cunningham, age 4, Cyclone, PA

May it be yours now and always!

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Dear santa, I have Been very good this year. Thank you For your gifts last Christmas. For Chrismas I would Like A pet snakes pants shirt socks shoes BLanket sheet Grand Prix cars Drum Books cat Dog Devon Lanphere, age 10, Otto-Eldred Elementary School


Sue Nelson
Smethport, PA
Dear Santa, I have been very good. For christmas I would like wwe.2012 and I wot raw vrsis smack down 2011 and I wot a toy. bY Issiah Mathewson, age 9, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, Thank you for the easl last year, and all your wonderful gifts. For christmas I would like: A figet friend, a I pod, A dsi, a puppy, a kitten, a Dairy Queen ice cream maker, easy bake oven, a mini cupcake maker, 6 tickets to Hawaii, and a fuzzy dolphin winter hat. Have a jolly merry christmas. Meghan James, age 10, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Stanta, I have been very good this year. Thank you for your gifts last Christmas. I love Christmas so much that I would like to be your child. I would like to have •nail polis •a ipond •a Ds more mark 7 • Mommy cooking • a wite bord • witebord marks • a best Christmas ever and that what I would like for Christmas Stants. Kaitlin Baught, age 10, Otto-Eldred Elementary School

Merry Christmas!
May your holiday be warm and filled with many happy memories for years to come.


We won’t cut you short...
when it comes to wishing you all the joy of the season and the sweetness that comes with it. We are grateful for your loyal support.

Port Allegany Moose Lodge
Port Allegany, PA

Carlie’s Barber Shop
22 North Ann St., Port Allegany, PA 814-642-2652
HOLIDAY COOKIES: Pecan Cookie Balls These buttery melt-in-your mouth cookies, also known as Mexican Wedding Cakes, make a great holiday gift or cookie exchange addition. 1 cup (2 sticks) butter, softened 2 1/2 cups confectioners’ sugar, divided 2 teaspoons McCormick Pure Vanilla Extract 1/2 teaspoon McCormick Nutmeg, Ground 1/8 teaspoon salt 2 cups flour 2 cups finely chopped pecans 1. Preheat oven to 350 F. Beat butter in large bowl with electric mixer on medium speed until light and fluffy. Add 1/2 cup of the sugar and vanilla, nutmeg and salt; beat until well-blended. Stir in flour and pecans. 2. Shape into 1-inch balls. Place 1 inch apart on ungreased baking sheets. 3. Bake 15 minutes. Remove from baking sheets. Immediately roll hot cookies in remaining 2 cups sugar. Place sugared cookies on wire racks to cool. When cool, roll again in sugar. Makes 4 dozen, or 24 (2 cookie) servings. • Each serving: About 214 calories, 15g fat, 20 g carbohydrate, 22mg cholesterol, 95mg sodium, 1g fiber, 2g protein. For more holiday recipes, visit www.mccormick.com. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.

Dear Mr and Mrs Claus, Are you haveing fun getting ready for Christmas? What are you doing at the North Pole? How are the elf’s and reindeer doing? Make sure you feed the reindeer. I have been very good this year. Are you going to put your Stockings up? What I would like for Christmas is: A art Set, Just dance III for my WII, UDraw, Nitendo DS lite, fidget friend, password journal and toys for my 3 dogs. I am 7 years old in first grade at Otto-Eldred. Love, Heidi Gordon, age 7, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, I will leave muffins for you and your raindeer. I want for Christmas a new train set, a tool box, a gtar, plateo, pop, a tornado lamp, fish lamp, clothes, blankets, fish, a tv, more trains for the train set and more fome Jared Greenman to santa. Jared Greenman, age 7, Rew, PA Dear Santa My name is Grant J. and I am a very handsome 2 yr old. I would love a new tractor. Some new cars and a new pillowpet. My mama could use some new socks too! I will leave your “deers” some pickles and Hawaiin punch. Thank santa. Your friend Grant J. Greenman, age 2, Rew, PA

Celebrate the magnificence of the season. Celebrate the magnificenceof the season. Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas!

Keppel Stone Works

Dear Santa, your the best santa that gives Joy to Kid this is what I want a remote control hex bug spider That the only thing that I want for christmas. The color could be purple or bule Mike Douglas, age 9, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, I have been very good this year and I loved your presents last year. For christmas Ipod, Itunes card, some little barbie dolls, a little weiner dog thats real, a pet turttle, playdo related toys. furys, Sqinkies hair brets, playstaiction 3 games and contrelrs, 3 watches, pegiungloves, a big big big big very very big box to play in, clothes, new snowpants, docter suff, a spy kitt, more bulbs for a christmas tree, thin legged glasses, toy grinch stuffed deanimal and shrek stuffed doll and fionand donkey stuffed doll. Savannah Brewer, age 9, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, I have been very good this year. For christmas I would like; Nerf Vortex Praxis, NOW AO, Driver San Fransisco, Colts watch, Plants vs Zombies (DS or XBox 360) Under Armor (M) (longsleve), NCAA FootBall 12 (XBOX 360), Nike Golf Shirt (M), Eminem, Strageo, MP3, and phone. Matt Murphy, age 10, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, I have been very good this year. For christmas I would like a huge stuff Dinosaur set. a new guitar. Harley Morritz, age 9, Otto-Eldred Elementary School

It’s the most wonderful time of the year!
Hope all of your dreams come true! Pediatric Services of America
Port Allegany, PA

May your holiday be trimmed with happiness, health and good fortune.

Smethport Auto Wash
Smethport, Pa. Touchless Automatic Car Wash-Credit Cards Accepted.


DECEMBER 20, 2011

HOPE FULL GOSPEL ASSEMBLY RD 2, Box 117 Smethport, PA 16749 Pastor: E.L.Durphy 814-225-4422 Sunday School............10:00am Morning Worship. . . . . . .11:00am Youth Service...............4:00pm Evening Service...........5:00pm Wed. Evening Service. .6:00pm CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH Corner of Routes 59 & 219 Lewis Run, PA Pastor Randall Sherlin Phone: 814-362-9772 Sunday School............10:00am Morning Worship. . . . . . .11:00am Evening Service...........6:30pm Wed. Bible Study.........6:30pm Activities for teens and junior youth. Nursery provided as needed. 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.......7:00pm Thursday Bible Study.........................6:30pm (Bruce Burdick- Teacher) NOW HERE’S A TIP By JoAnn Derson • The end of the year is a great time to pick up next year’s holiday decorations at a discount. Before you pack away your holiday lights, ornaments, cards, etc., do an inventory and see if you are able to find what you need to complete your look at a slashed price. • Computer grocery lists can make not only shopping easier, but organization as well. Keep a file listing all the items you usually purchase from week to week. You even can create sections based on where certain items are located throughout the store. This will ensure that you don’t miss something, necessitating a return trip to the store. Stay organized to save money.


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• “Keep a small package of antibacterial wipes in your car to clean your hands after pumping gas. Not only is there any potential gas to get off your hands, but those handles don’t get cleaned often, and are very dirty.” -- R.D. in South Carolina • “If you have extra papers that are printed only on one side, save them. You can cut them in quarters and staple several sheets together to make scrap-paper pads to keep near the telephone or on the fridge. They are handy, and you’ll be reusing material, which is good for the environment.” -- U.L. in Missouri • Putting up new calendars? Before you toss your old one, be sure to look through it for important anniversaries, and cut out and save any pictures or art that might be reusable for craft projects.

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OTTO-ELDRED ELEMENTARY BREAKFAST/LUNCH MENU December 21, 2011 - December 27, 2011 Wed. Breakfast: Cereal, French Toast Sticks, Juice, Milk. Lunch: Hot Dog, Tater Tots, Corn, Fruit, Milk. Thurs. Breakfast: Cook’s Choice, Juice, Milk. Lunch: Pizza, Hot Vegetables, Fruit Cup, Milk. Christmas Vacation Begins 12/23/11. Daily Choice Week of 12/19/11: Breakfast- Pop Tarts, Lunch- Assorted Entrees or Peanut Butter & Jelly. Choice of Milk Daily: Lo-Fat Chocolate40¢; Lo-Fat Strawberry-40¢; Lo-Fat Vanilla-40¢; Lo-Fat White- 30¢. Ice Cream sold on Tues. & Thurs.-50¢. Breakfast: Student-75¢; Faculty- $1.25. Lunch: Student-$1.50; Reduced-40¢; Faculty-$2.75. Menus are subject to change. f

S. W. SMITH LIBRARY & BOOKMOBILE 22 Church 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 Ace Hardware, Duke Center Superette, O-E Elementary School. Bookmobile Hours: September 7, 2011-June 1, 2012. Off road Dec. 26-Jan. 3. Wednesdays- Eldred, Todd’s Car Lot 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon; Duke Center, Old School Parking Lot 1:00-5:30 p.m . Thursdays- Otto-Eldred Elementary 11:00a a.m. to 2:00 p.m.; Eldred Todd’s Car Lot 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Fridays- Rixford (by Church) 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Turtlepoint Carlson’s Store 1:45 p.m. - 4:45 p.m. Cancellations: Listen to WHSK 94.9 FM. tf
OTTO-ELDRED HIGH SCHOOL BREAKFAST/LUNCH MENU December 21 - December 27, 2011 Wed. Breakfast: Assorted Breakfast Items. Lunch: Chicken Fajita, Noodles, Corn, Fruit. Salad Bar: Subs. Thurs. Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza. Lunch: Pizza, Assorted Vegetables, Fruit Cups. Salad Bar: Cook’s Choice. Christmas Vacation Begins 12/23/11. Daily Choice: Week of 12/19/11 Chicken, Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich, Pretzel and Cheese, Nachos and Cheese. Note: At Breakfast students are always given the option of Cereal, Pop Tarts, Juice, and Milk along with the special of the day. Breakfast: Student- 75¢. Adult- $1.50. Lunch: $1.60. Reduced: 40¢. Adult $2.75. f

Nothing’s as mean as giving a little child something useful for Christmas. -Kin Hubbard *** The one thing women don’t want to find in their stockings on Christmas morning is their husband. -Joan Rivers

TRIVIA TEST By Fifi Rodriguez 1. Language: From what language are all the modern Romance languages derived? 2. Science: What term describes the lowest point in a satellite orbiting the Earth? 3. History: When did Labor Day become a federal holiday in the United States? 4. Inventions: What was Eli Whitney’s most famous invention?

ANSWERS 1. Latin 2. Perigee 3. 1894 4. Cotton gin (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.

There’s nothing sadder in this world than to awake Christmas morning and not be a child. -Erma Bombeck

MOMENTS IN TIME The History Channel • On Jan. 3, 1961, President Dwight Eisenhower closes the American embassy in Havana and severs diplomatic relations between the United States and Fidel Castro’s government in Cuba. The action signaled that the United States was prepared to take extreme measures to oppose Castro’s regime. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.

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VIRGIL L. HOWARD FUNERAL HOME “GIFT OF MEMORY” PROGRAM MARKS ELEVENTH YEAR This year marked the eleventh year of the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home’s Gift of Memory Program, which benefits Potter County’s Christmas House in Coudersport. Through the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home in Shinglehouse, local residents contributed presents to the organization, which distributes gifts to nearly 1,200 Potter County children and elderly at holiday time. Kevin J. Dusenbury, Sr., owner and Kevin J. Dusenbury, Jr., funeral director have announced the following people made donations of new toys and gifts in memory of loved ones. They said over 150 toys and gifts were received at their funeral home which were presented to the Christmas House in Coudersport for distribution to needy families this Christmas.

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: Jerry Hunter Sunday School..............9:45am Sunday Morning Services....................11:00am Sunday Evening Services.....................6:00pm Thursday Bible Study/Prayer.............6:00pm CHRISTIAN GOSPEL CHURCH Coleville, PA Pastor: Tom Dunkerton 814-887-1983 “I was glad when they said unto me, let us go into the house of the Lord.:” You are invited to attend any of the following services. Sunday: Family Bible School. .9:45am Morning Worship Service.....................11:00am Evening Service........7:00pm Wednesday: Bible Study and Prayer........................7:00pm Our ministry: Salvation of the sinner, edification of the saint, glorification of our Savior. RIXFORD EVANGELICAL CHURCH Pastor: Norman Cox Church: 814-465-3308 SUNDAY: Sunday School.........10:00am Morning Worship. . . .11:00am Youth Meeting.........10-11am (Grades 7 - 12) “Come and see what God is doing”


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Pictured above from left to right are the Dusenburys and Christmas House Volunteers, Leona Ruter and Jane Metzger. Donations were received from the following: In memory of Herbert, Mary and Bonnie Blanchard from Rodney Blanchard; In memory of Buddy James from Pastor Bob and Conny Hubbard; Anonymous; In memory of Gifford Voorhees and Mark Voorhees from the Jones/Pire Family; In memory of loved ones from Nicole and Kevin Dusenbury Jr.; In memory of Laura Hemphill and Ray and Louise Goodman from Sharon and Bill Hemphill; In memory of Gertrude “Fritz” Traska and Thomas Traska from Tami and Larry Adams; In memory of Aunt Nancy Phillips from Kennedy Hallock; In memory of Julia Fuge from Nancy Voorhees; In memory of Russ Baker from Amy, Tara and Gerard; In memory of Grace and Ruben Plants, Emma and Lloyd Babcock and Virginia and Clarence Babcock from Paul and Eloise Plants; In memory of family and friends from James Beckwith; In memory of loved ones from Mary Bailey and Mike Edwards; In memory of Jean Feely from Jack and Della Ford; Anonymous; In memory of Myra Bledsoe from Harold Bledsoe; In memory of Albert “Abby” Carll from his family; In memory of Ken and Juanita Perry and Myra Bledsoe from Paul and Pat Perry; In memory of family and friends from Ron and Sue Brown; In memory of Debra Sherwood, Pat & Merv Sherwood, Nancy Phillips, Richard Good, and Kenneth Hallock from Dustin, Kristy, Makenzie, and Mason Good and Dick Sherwood; In memory of Wyatt Enty from Julie and Steve Perkins; In memory of Joseph & June Boyd, Dan Boyd, Bob Boyd, and Tom Boyd from Virginia and Charlie Hoock; In memory of deceased members from the Shinglehouse Volunteer Fire Department; In memory of Frank and Elaine Varga from Wayne Varga; In memory of Joe & June Boyd from Brenda Coffey; In memory of Marie Stout from Leo Stout; In memory of Chris and Jeff Shall from Sue Shall; In memory of Bernice and Manford Dusenbury and James and Gloria Taylor from Kathryn Dusenbury; In memory of those we have served from the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, Shinglehouse; In memory of Tony & Emma Petrosewitz and Joyce Wichert from Lisa and Kent Wichert; In memory of Dan Galeotti from Doreen Galeotti; In memory of Daniel and Margaret Karr from Steve and Sue Brabham; In memory of George Brabham and Pearl Brabham from John and Amy Turek; In memory of Lloyd West and Burdett West from the office at Gas Field Specialists. fb FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 12 Church St., Port Allegany 814-642-9250 Worship Service..............11am Church School..............9:45am
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MOMENTS IN TIME The History Channel On Dec. 31, 1937, Anthony Hopkins is born in Port Talbot, Wales. Hopkins is known for playing one of the greatest villains in movie history, the cannibalistic serial killer Hannibal Lecter in “The Silence of the Lambs” and its two sequels, “Hannibal” and “Red Dragon.” *** On Dec. 29, 1940, London suffers its most devastating air raid when Germans firebomb the city. The next day, a newspaper photo of St. Paul’s Cathedral standing undamaged amid the smoke and flames seemed to symbolize the capital’s unconquerable spirit during the Battle of Britain. *** On Dec. 26, 1966, the first day of the first Kwanzaa is celebrated in Los Angeles. The seven-day holiday is a celebration of AfricanAmerican family, community and cultural values, which include unity, self-determination, collective work and responsibility, economic cooperation, purpose, creativity and faith. *** (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.


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PRAYER TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN (Never Known To Fail) Oh, Most Beautiful Flower of Mt. Carmel, Fruitful Vine, Splendor of Heaven, Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity. Oh, Star of the Sea, help me and show me herein you are my Mother. Oh, Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth! I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to succor me in this necessity. There are none that can withstand your power. Oh show me herein you are my Mother. Oh Mary, conceived without sin pray for us to have recourse to thee (3x). Holy Mother I place this cause in your hands (3x). Holy Spirit, You who light all roads so that I can attain my goal. You who gave me the divine gift to forgive and forget all evil against me and that in all instances in my life you are with me. I want in this short prayer to thank You for all things as you confirm once again that I never want to be separated from You in eternal glory. Thank You for Your mercy toward me and mine. The person must say this prayer 3 consecutive days. The prayer must be published after the favor is granted. f ——————————————————————————————— PINK ELEPHANT BAG SALE - TUES., DEC. 20TH Tues. - Fri. 12:00-3:00pm; Sat. 10:00-12:00. 2/20p ——————————————————————————————— SANTA sent a rush delivery of Folkmanis Puppets on the Cross Country Express to the Country Porch Café just in time for Christmas. Remember the elves’ words of wisdom, “Puppets using imagination are rated #1 by children.” The puppets are available now at the Country Porch Café, Main Street, Smethport, Pa. Merry Christmas! c LIGHT UP SMETHPORT Smethport Light Up Night was a delightful evening for the seniors of the Smethport Senior Center as they toured around town in a bus provided by C. L. McKeirnan’s Bus Garage for the annual judging of the many homes decorated for the Christmas season. The Winners are: First Place, the Steven Dunkle home; Second Place, the Daniel Woods home; and Third Place the George Magee home. With prizes donated by the Smethport Area Chamber of Commerce - who thanks all home owners that decorated and made Smethport really light up for this Christmas Seasons. Merry Christmas to everyone from the Smethport Senior Center. f McKEAN COUNTY CARE FOR CHILDREN. Memorials may be purchased at: Todd Motor Sales, Inc., Main St., Eldred, PA. tf

CHARITABLE GIVING GUIDE FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON The holidays ignite the philanthropic spirit in many of us, and even with the uncertain economy, Americans continue to give. In fact, according to Charity Navigator, total giving to charitable organizations was up 3.8 percent from 2009 to 2010. As in previous years, the majority of giving came from individuals - more than $211 billion of the nearly $291 billion in total giving. Americans have raised the bar for charitable giving, recognizing that the need may be greater than ever before. Whether you are donating money, items or time, take these steps to help make sure your contributions have the most benefit for the cause you support - and yourself. Consider your options carefully. Chances are you’ll see more promotion for charities during this season than you have throughout the year, and many may align with your interests and passions. The challenging part is weighing your options and making decisions to find the ones that best match your giving goals. If you are contacted by an unfamiliar charity, get the details about the organization, the nature of its program and its use of funds before you write a check. If you have any doubts, contact the Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance or go to www.bbb.org/charity for a BBB Wise Giving ReportTM on the charity. Also make sure that the majority of what you give is actually supporting the programs and services of the organization. Of the 5,500 charities evaluated by Charity Navigator, the vast majority spend at least 75 percent of their budgets on programs and services. Typically ten percent or less goes to fundraising and 15 percent or less is spent on administration. Give beyond your checkbook. If you are passionate about a particular charity, consider giving more than money. Encourage friends, family and coworkers to join you in volunteering for an event to benefit a local charity. Perhaps you can choreograph a volunteer outing in place of a holiday office party, or gather your family for a community service project. It can be a great way to build relationships with those you already know and care about, and will also give you the opportunity to meet new people who share your passions during the holidays. Give a two-for-one. With many people on tight budgets this holiday season, it may be difficult to afford gifts for everyone on your list in addition to a donation. Why not combine the best of both by purchasing certain gift cards that give a percentage to charity? Some allow you to dictate the charity of your choice, while others are redeemable by recipients at the charities of their choice. Online networks like


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headache when tax time arrives. Make giving a yeararound priority. While it feels especially good to give during the holidays, it might make sense to build charitable giving into your monthly budget so you do it in a planful way. Talk to your financial advisor about how your giving goals fit into your overall financial plan. f 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 St., Eldred, PA Rev. James Kazimer Sunday School............10:00am Sunday Morning Worship....................11:00am Sunday Evening Worship.....................7:00pm Wednesday Evening Worship.....................7:00pm FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Main & Grace Streets Port Allegany•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

CORYVILLE CHURCH OF FAITH 1913 Moody Hollow Eldred, PA•814-225-4943 Rev. Kent Hill www.coryvillechurchoffaith.org SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School............9:30am Morning Worship. . . . .10:45am Sunday Evening.........6:30pm WEDNESDAY: Prayer Meeting.........6:30pm 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 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 TRINITY EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH Fulton St., Smethport, Pa. 814-887-2563 Worship Service...........9:00am Church School............10:15am

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SEVENTH DAY BAPTIST CHURCH Alfred Station, NY “A Baptist Church with a Difference” Pastor: Kenneth Chroniger 607-587-9176 Sabbath (Friday) Season of Prayer. . . . . . .7:00pm Saturday: Chime Choir..............9:00am Fellowship Time........9:30am Sabbath School..........9:45am (Class for all ages) (Helping Hand Bible Study Guide avail.) Sabbath Worship........11:00am (Nursery for Preschool; Learner’s Worship for ages 5-12 available) Sanctuary Choir 2nd Sabbath............12:20pm Dish to Pass Fellowship Meal. . . . . .12:30pm Youth Fellowship 1st & 3rd Saturdays. .7:00pm Junior Youth Fellowship 2nd Saturday.............3:00pm Tuesday Bible Study Fellowship...............10:00am 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. ALMA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Pastor: Geraldine Rapino Sun. Morn. Worship .........9am


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FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 1108 Rte. 19 South at Yorks Corners Wellsville, NY 14895 Pastor: Vernon Dean 585-268-9826 Church: 585-593-5834 Sunday School............10:00am Classes for all ages Morning Worship........11:00am Nursery Available Sun. Eve. Service. . . . . . . . .6:00pm Wed.: Adult Prayer, Bible Study & Praise.............7:00pm SHINGLEHOUSE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Russell Horning Sunday School..............9:15am Morning Worship........10:30am Wednesday Service: BYF (ages 9-12).......3:30pm Choir Practice..........6:15pm Bible Study & Prayer Meeting.........7:30pm NOTE: Wheelchair, access ramp and nursery provided. HERITAGE AFLAME MINISTRIES 585-928-2648 ext. 2 71 Boss St., Bolivar, NY 14715 Sunday Morning Services 9:30am. .&. .11:00am at The Chapel, 647 S. Union St., Olean, NY Wed. Prayer..................6:00pm at The Chapel. Wed. D2D......................6:30pm at The Ministry Center. RICHBURG FIRST DAY BAPTIST CHURCH 128 Main St., Box 242 Pastor: Larry J. Allen Early Worship...............9:00am Sunday School............10:00am Morning Worship........11:00am Wednesday Prayer Mtg.....7pm Thursday LIFE Adventure Club for boys & girls in 1-6 grades. For more info. and spiritual counsel, phone 585928-2400. CERES UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Pastor: Rebecca Edwards Worship Service............9:30am Sunday School............11:00am Choir, Wednesday.........6:00pm Youth, Sunday..............6:00pm MOMENTS IN TIME The History Channel • On Jan. 6, 1925, in Madison Square Garden, Finnish longdistance runner Paavo Nurmi sets a new indoor world record, running a mile in 4:13.5. In the 5,000-meter race, the “Flying Finn” broke another indoor world record in 14:44.6. Nurmi often ran holding a stopwatch to pace himself, an innovation he developed. • On Jan. 2, 1971, 66 football (soccer) fans are killed in a stampede at a stadium in Glasgow, Scotland, as they attempt to leave a game. The tragedy was caused by the crush of spectators all leaving at the same time on the same stairway.


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GOOD HOUSEKEEPING ONE Seafood Salad Cucumber Cups Nestle sweet shrimp and crabmeat salad in a refreshing cucumber shell and top with tart, jewel-like pomegranate seeds for an elegant holiday appetizer. 6 sprigs fresh dill 2 lemons 2 teaspoons Dijon mustard 1 pinch cayenne (ground red) pepper Salt 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 8 ounces 16- to 20-count shrimp, shelled and deveined 2 large (1 pound each) seedless (English) cucumbers 8 ounces refrigerated lump crabmeat, picked over 2 tablespoons snipped chives 1/4 cup pomegranate seeds 1. Separate dill leaves from stems; reserve separately. From lemons, finely grate 1/2 teaspoon peel and squeeze 1/4 cup juice into large bowl. Reserve rinds. 2. To peel and juice, whisk in mustard, cayenne and 1/2 teaspoon salt. Whisk in oil in slow, steady stream, until blended. Dressing can be refrigerated up to 3 days. 3. In 4-quart saucepan, combine dill stems, lemon rinds and 8 cups water. Heat to boiling. Reduce heat to maintain gentle simmer. Add shrimp; cook 3 minutes or until just opaque, stirring. Drain. Rinse under cold water until cold; drain. Discard dill and lemon. Coarsely chop shrimp. Shrimp can be refrigerated overnight. 4. Trim cucumbers; cut into 1/2inch-thick slices. With melon baller, scoop out centers of slices without cutting through bottoms. 5. Finely chop 1 tablespoon dill leaves. Gently fold into dressing along with shrimp, crabmeat and chives. 6. Fill each cucumber cup with 1 tablespoon salad mixture. Garnish with pomegranate and dill. Makes about 36 pieces; serves 12. • Each serving: About 75 calories, 4g total fat (1g saturated), 42mg cholesterol, 300mg sodium, 3g carbohydrate, 1g dietary fiber, 7g protein.

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Winner of $50 Gift Certificate to Costa’s ACE Hardware:

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FREE METHODIST CHURCH Cyclone, PA Tom Vennard, Pastor 814-966-3846 Sunday School............10:00am Morning Worship. . . . . . .11:00am CHESTNUT STREET BAPTIST CHURCH 314 Chestnut Street Port Allegany, PA Phone: 814-642-7381 Sunday School............10:00am Morning Worship. . . . . . .11:00am Sunday Evening...........7:00pm Wednesday Evening. . . .7:00pm COUNTRY CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH Indian Creek Rd., Eldred Pastor: Bruce Ireland 814-225-2235 Sun. Morn. Worship...10:30am Evening Worship..........6:00am Wednesday: Bible Study and Prayer...........................7:00pm ST. LUKE’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH West Main & Church Street Smethport, PA•814-887-5841 Rev. William S. Crittenden Sun. Morn. Holy Eucharist......................9:30am Thurs. Morn. Healing Service.....10:00am




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MOMENTS IN TIME The History Channel • On Jan. 5, 1643, in the first record of a legal divorce in the American colonies, Anne Clarke of the Massachusetts Bay Colony is granted a divorce from her absent and adulterous husband, Denis Clarke, by the Quarter Court of Boston. • On Jan. 7, 1785, Frenchman Jean-Pierre Blanchard and American John Jeffries travel from Dover, England, to Calais, France, in a gas balloon, making the first crossing of the English Channel by air. After almost crashing, the two men were forced to throw nearly everything out of the balloon to lighten the ship. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.

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DECEMBER 20, 2011

We’re sending you greetings. Hope they brighten your day. Happy Holidays

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Dear Children,
Thank you for all your letters. I read each one as they come in. Some of you have written very personal letters about your parents, families, sickness, and the war. I am sorry that even Santa’s magic cannot always change things, but do not lose heart. Inside each of you is a special magic that is even more powerful than Christmas wishes and that is the power to love. Do your best and remember that Santa’s love is with you.
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Dear Santa I wont for christmas is Xbox 360 wit Indein joen games part 1 and Part 2 and resolein games and a new DS and mareo games and sonike games and the new mareo game that is an tv I’am 8 yers old I live at Kobie Slaugenhaupt Port Allegany, PA Love Kobie Slaugenhaupt, Port Allegany, PA P.S Can you say hi to Miss Claus for me + your Raindeer I will live milk + cookies for you. Dear Santa, I want a Happy Napper, Cars 2, a BB Gun, and cowboy stuff. Love, Jethro Smith, age 5, Port Allegany, PA Dear SantaHello. How is Mrs. Claus and the reindeer? Please send some snow to us. I’ve been good this year most of the time. This year I would like an army tank, monster truck, PSP, Charleston Chew, and some gum, an army set, WII games, and a little computer. Thank you, Luke Dunkle, age 6, Port Allegany, PA

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Dear Santa, I would like the new Black-Ops game for X-box, new clothes, and something for Daddy and Mommy. I am in wrestling now so I know how to be good. Thank you Santa. Love, Braxton Alexander Caldwell, age 5, Port Allegany, PA Dear Santa, My grandma is writing this for me because Im too small. I am getting to be a big girl now so I need some new clothes and maybe a new Doll Baby. Please Bring my brothers, and sister something special too. Love, Vania Rolfe, age 1, Port Allegany, PA Dear Santa, I hope you had a good year. I will live cookse and milk out for you. I hope you don’t get tired. I was good this year. I would like this year ipod, call DutyMW3, A SteeleRS football. Merry Christmas Shae Southard, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, Have your elvs benn working hard? I have been a relly good girl this year. My name is Allyson Kilgus. I am 9 years old. Also I will not be home for Chrismas so don’t leave my presants at my mom’s house. Leave them at my dad’s house. Can I have a new book The Ghost of Crutchfield Hall. I have benn a good girl. I will leave you 5 suger cookies and Carroits for your rain deer. Sincirly, Ally Allyson Kilgus, age 9, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear, Santa I hope you had a great year. I hope you and Rudolph are ready for a busy night I have been a pretty good. This year I want a drumset, a trip to ohio, some pretty pretty dresses, and some pink hair clips, and a pink clipbard, and I want a pink bike, some pretty pretty tops, and I want every one to have a great year in school, a paint set a some Hanny Montana tops and skrits, and a hard math book. Love, Jaiden Otto-Eldred Elementary School

Wishing you a healthy and prosperous New Year.

Happy Holidays!


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Dear SantaHello, how are you? I’ve been good sometimes - I’ll try to be better. This year I would like The Pacific Mini-series, PS games, and Wii Games, old fashioned truck & police car, TD15c bulldozer, PSP, an electric guitar, a toy backhoe & excavator. Thank you, Jacob Dunkle, age 8, Port Allegany, PA Dear: Santa Clause I have been a good girl this year. I would like baby alive. dinosaurs. barbies. and other fun toys. I will have cookies and milk for you. and carrotts for your reindeer. Love Hannah Albney, age 3, Port Allegany, PA Dear Santa, I have been pretty good this year. I am in Pre-school now so Im learning alot. I would like a Ben-Ten watch, some new clothes, and a remote control Jeep. Also bring My Little sister Vania some new clothes, because she is getting bigger. We will leave Milk + Cookies for you. Love, Your friend, Tein Jacob Caldwell, age 4, Port Allegany, PA

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DONNA'S DAY: CREATIVE FAMILY FUN By Donna Erickson Home-Cleaning Tips for the Holidays "It's dirty work, but someone has to do it!" That has been my catchy refrain the past few months while partnering with Scrubbing Bubbles to reveal its fascinating Dirty Work Index data on women's attitudes and feelings on cleaning their homes. Did you know that 51 percent of women actually avoid going into someone else's bathroom? I also was surprised to learn that three out of four women say that the cleanliness of their homes speaks volumes about them personally, and 83 percent are prompted to clean if they're hosting a party or guests in their home. That can put a lot of pressure on one person, especially this time of year! Now that we're in the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, with guests coming and going in our homes, here are some practical and easy cleaning strategies for busy families: 1. Start with the front door. To keep dirt and grime out of the house before it gets tracked in, remind kids to leave their boots, shoes, and wet and muddy winter gear at the entryway. When guests pop by, I like to add a bit of humor and suggest that they do the "Cha, Cha, Cha" on the entry mat when they arrive. After a few steps, wiggles and laughs, their shoes are clean before they step inside. 2. Think of cleaning as exercise. It can be hard to get everything you want done during these busy days, so make cleaning do double duty when you can't squeeze in time at the gym. An active 30 minutes of cleaning can get the blood pumping and heart racing. Add music to the mix, and it will be done before you know it. 3. Get kids to help. You don't have to do all the tasks alone, especially kid-friendly jobs like shaking rugs, taking out the trash and cleaning the bathroom mirrors. 4. Clear the clutter. Just before guests arrive at a dinner party, wash and put away mixing bowls and utensils, and be sure the counters are sparkling clean. A clutter-free kitchen makes you feel organized and relaxed. 5. Save the night with candlelight. Perfection isn't everything. If you throw a last-minute get-together, don't worry about dusting every corner. Simply dim lamps and light candles. There is something about candlelight that makes everything glow. 6. Holiday helpers ring in the new year. When packing holiday decorations in boxes until next year, make it a family affair. Laugh together, tell stories and share cups of cocoa while you get another cleanup job done! *** Donna Erickson's award-winning series "Donna's Day" is airing on public television nationwide. To find more of her creative family recipes and activities, visit www.donnasday.com and link to the NEW Donna's Day Facebook fan page. Her latest book is "Donna Erickson's Fabulous Funstuff for Families." (c) 2011 Donna Erickson Distributed by King Features Synd. *** Gifts of time and love are surely the basic ingredients of a truly merry Christmas. - Peg Bracken *** Isn't it funny that at Christmas something in you get so lonely for - I don't know what exactly, but it's something that you don't mond so much not having at other times. - Kate L. Bosher *** It is Christmas in the heart that puts Christmas in the air. - W.R. Ellis *** Christmas is forever, not just for one day, for loving, sharing, giving, are not to put away like bells and lights and tinsel, in some box upon a shelf. The good you do for others is good you do yourself... -Norman Wesley Brooks, "Let Every Day Be Christmas," 1976.

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Dear Santa, I been good this year I hope you had a great year to hope your rein beer are reay to I want a xbox knet and other xbox 360 game. Jared, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, I hope you had a great year. I have been good at school and home. This, year I want a monster high doll. Danivllewolf, down at the dazens. A monster high dS game. The monster high stickers. From, Lylah, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, I hope you have a great chrismas. I hope you + Donner are ready for chrismas. I hope i can get a picture of Donner Santa. Have a great rid Donner. The anthor reindeer have a great chrismas up in the South Pole be ready for chrismas. Elvis get ready to put the harnising on the reindeer. Santa will you tell the elvis to have a good chrismas and you too. But i know they will be good for you. I Just want a picture of donner and the reindeer not on the same picture so I can see you and the reindeer are real. But I know you and the reindeer and elvis are real. I Blevil you are real. I want a picture of donner and the other reindeer with. him so the 1st picture just donner and 2st picture all of the reindeer together. from Megann Taggart, Otto-Eldred Elementary School

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Dear Santa, Thank you for the gifts for christmass last year. For christmass I would want nintendo DSi and a punching bag That is all I want for christmass Raymond Batt, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, I’m sorry that my Mom’s cookies were burnt last Christmas. But I will cook them so they don’t get burnt this Christmas. I realy want an old English Bulldog. Just make sure he is in good condition. Then if it’s alot of money don’t get it for me I need a DVD player. A blue football. I want every kid in The world to have a good Christmas. Jadelyn Spinney, age 9, Otto-Eldred Elementary School

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Dear Santa I Hope you got Those Elves ready and working. I would like the Lego Fire house. I would also like some Penn State shoes. I hope you have a good trip. I will leave you carrots and cookies. Merry Christmas. Micah, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, I hope you are ready for christmas. I will be making you cookies for Christmas day and milk Beware of my dogs Coco, Trixy, and my new dog Mac / he, is a big dog. Here are some thing I want -aptop, a x box and Air Hogs Hyper Active. yar frined, Colt, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, Hello. My name is David Wheaton. I am a fourth grade student at the Otto-Eldred Elementary school. I have been very good this year. I am going to leave you cookies and milk. I want a punching bag and nerf stuff. A kid, David W., Otto-Eldred Elementary School

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Dear Santa, I hope you had a great year. I hope you + the raindree are reay for a good Christmas. I have been pretty good. This year I want all the loge, 2,000,000,000 nx, and a computer. Love, Gabe, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, I hope your elves are still working on the presents. I hope that you had a good time. On Christmas Eve the reindeer should be ready. I was really good. This Christmas I want a telescope. I want a Cars 2 Wii game. A tron legacy Wii game and a new dart gun. For Christmas I am maving to California. From, Rene Beltran-Hernandez, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa I hope you had a great year. I hope you and Rudolph are ready for a busy night. I Want a toy nerf sniper, a big box of star wars Legos, a guitar. Oh, an I hope Vixon is okay. your friend, Dylan A., Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa I hope you had had a good this year I wa’nt a ps3 for chrishmas I Wont Som gams to I Wauld like yu to get sume thing for mY mom dad and brother ever though he wasn’t so good I will leave you cookes + ps I want a pichure of your reindeer with ther names. Jordan Cooper, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, I have been very good this year. For Christmas I would like toys. Dylan Hamton, Otto-Eldred Elementary School

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Dear Santa Claus, How’s your christmas and christmas trip christmas is about the joy of giving. Sorry to say but your not the star of christmas Jesus is in 2007 I got a note on a note on my nutcracker that I am right And can you help me get better at dogeball. Okay thanks, I want an amagenext Joker and Joker’s bike and a nerf C5-6 longstrike. My mom already wrote my note, but this one’s the real note. And saint did you watch “santa baby” and “santa baby 2” on hallmark. Santa did you know your reward is cookies and milk. We’ll put gingerbread & egg nog on the table or the island. And you can play with my pennsilvannia 2005 christmas train. How is Mrs. Clause? Hows her cookies, candies, and sweets. Am I on the good list or nauty list? (P.S.) Return note so I can see. Your Greatest friend ever, Josh Schuessler, Rixford, PA, Otto-Eldred Elementary School (P.S.S.) Get ready reindeer

Dear Santa, It is so cool how you stop at all the houses in the world all in one night! I hope you come to my house. I would like a gocart, a fire truck that shuots real water out of the top of the ladder, some licen logs, som real fire men clothes, and other things. Brandon Goodling, age 10, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa Hello My name is McKenzie. I am a fourth grade Student at the otto-Eldred school. I have been very good this year. This is what I want for christmas...Just dance 3, Mario Kart, Cheezit’s my favorite, guess who, New basket ball that’s what I want for Christmas. McKenzie Dombeck, Otto-Eldred Elementary School

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Dear Santa, Hi, My Name is Christopher but my family calls me “CJ”. I am 3 yrs old. My mommy is writing this because I am still learning. I have tried to be a good boy but everyday theres more rules. I try to help mommy with baby brother by sharing my toys. Please for Christmas this year could you get me hot wheels, and toy guns, balls I can share with my brother. Oh yes Baby Brother and I could use snow boots. I better go now “Chunk” is waking up. Give my love to Mrs. Claus and your reindeer. Love, CJ Christopher Jon Crandall III, age 3, Smethport, PA P.S. I hope you can find our new house, we had to move. Dear Santa, I really love you very much. And my baby brother loves you too. And I really want a Fushigi and more stuffed animals and Baby All Gone, but not my old Baby All Gone and another Pillow Pet. And can you bring my baby brother some cake, a costume for Halloween, some clothes and more race cars. Caleigh Wolosewicz, age 5, Smethport, PA

Dear Santa, you have a good rest before Christmas. I hope you, Comet, Dancer, Prancer, Dixon, Rudolph, Cupid, Donner, Blitson, and Dasher are ready. Enjoy the cookies and milk. There will be a surprise for you too. I have a question, was I nauty or nice? Have a nice Christmas. Please write back. Remember from my list I want a hampster. From Haedyn Brewer, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, I hope you had a great year. I hope you & Rudolph are ready for a busy night. I have benn pretty good. This year I want a paper jam and a remote cantrol Moster truck. Your friend, Ollie Johnson, Otto-Eldred Elementary School


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Dear Santa, Hi Santa it’s Sebastian Rush. How are you and Mrs. Clause and the Elfs this year? I want you to know that I have tried to be a good boy for mommy & Daddy. I don’t know if you know that I started Kindergarten this year. I get to ride on a big yellow bus with my big brother Zachary. I’m wishing for a CD player and a big Fire Truck. just like my daddy’s. I was woundering if you could also bring a very big Doggy Bone for my doggy Brotus. He’s been a very very good boy too. Please tell the raindeer that I will have carrots on the table for them too. MERRY Christmas Santa Love Sebastian Rush, age 5, Mount Jewett, PA P.S. I am 5 yrs. old.

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Dear Santa, I have been really good this year. I only want a few things this year so the elves have time to make toys for all the other kids. Could I please have a scope gun, a new game of Chess, a Spongebob movie, and a DS? Please bring my twin sister a Jessie doll, my daddy a pirate game, and my mommy wants Tony Stewart. There will be milk, cookies, and carrots waiting for you on the table. Love, Jacob Knapp, age 7, Smethport, PA Dear Santa, I have been a very good girl this year. Can you please bring me a Jessie doll with a string & a hat, a Barbie doll, a DS, zoo animals, jungle animals, farm animals, a school house with students, some deer, a ring and a new piggy bank? Also, please bring my twin brother a new sword, my daddy a new Western movie, and my mommy all the Harry Potter movies? Don’t forget your treats I will be leaving on the table for you and your reindeer. Love, Hannah Knapp, age 7, Smethport, PA

Dear Santa, I hope you had a great year. I hope you and your reindeer got rested up for flying and delivering presants. I have been pretty good. I want for Christmas a monster-highdoll, the Christmas cd, touch screen apple ipod, new clothes like skinney jeans and any type you want to get me and anything that you look down and see me playing with or hunting with. Brandi, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, I hope you have a good christmas with Mrs. Claus and Rudolph what I want for christmas is Stompeez, A to Z Mysteries Books, jem Dolls, Christmas Books, the Grinch stuffed animal, a Doll of you, Mrs. Claus, elv’s, and all the rein deer that come with there names. My brother and I will leave you lots of milk and cookies. I will also leave some schoot work out for you to look at I promise. Your friend, Reagan Marie Austin, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, I hope you are all rested up and your elves are busy at work making presents and the reindeer are ready for a good year. I have been nice this year, I want an ipod touch, a pink two wheeled chargable scooter. I am going to leave cookies and milk for you and carrots for the reindeer. Have a good year. From Youre friend, Alexis Rene Nickerson, Otto-Eldred Elementary School

Dear Santa, My name is Jonathon, but my family calls me “chunk”. Im 1 yrs old. and my mommy is writing this for me. I enjoy playing with my big brother CJ. We play ball, I like to snitch his toy cars and daddys phone when I can get away with it. Like all little boys I like toy cars and trucks, toy animals, balls (especially bouncing and light up ones) and stuffdies. I love to spend time with my family and cooking cookies and dinner for my family. Mommy says I have to go now so Santa please visit us. I’ll help leave cookies and milk for you and a snack for your deers. Love, “Chunk” Jonathon Lee Crandall, age 1, Smethport, PA Dear Santa, I hope you and all the reindeer are ready for a busy night. I have been pretty good this year. I would like a crayon maker, a big pack of skinny markers, some new beads, all the monster high dolls, a big pack of crayons, and a lot of colored sculpting clay. P.S. I will leave you milk and cookies and some carrots for the reindeer. Your Friend, Hannah Garthwaite, OttoEldred Elementary School Dear Santa, I hope you have had a good year so far. I hope you and everyone at the North Pole are ready for a long night. I have been good so far. I will leave you cookies and milk and carrots for the reindeer. This year I would like an IPad, and globe. I hope you have a great Chirtmas. From: Haley Cousins, Otto-Eldred Elementary School

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Bolivar, NY •877-earlady Dear santa, Hello my name is Caleb Burdick. I am a 4th grad student at the Otto-Eldred Elementryary School. I have been very good This year. I helped put up the tree in my classroom for Christmas. I want a nook, and pock Ract Razor, toy train, and a Fiddler crab. I made milk and cookies for you. Have a nice trip. By. Caleb Burdick, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, Hello my name is Brett Kreamer. I’m a student at the OttoElamentary school. I’ve been 50-50 this year. What I want is a puppy. I will leave you tootsie rolls and eggnog. There are different flavored tootsie rolls. There is vanilla, strawberry, lime, and orange. I might leave you some hot chocolate. Make sure not to eat all of the tootsie rolls. Your Friend, Brett Kreamer, Otto-Eldred Elementary School

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Dear Santa Clause, My name is Arayah Annabelle Holly everyone calls me buggy. I am 3 years old. My mommy is writing this for me because I can not write yet. I have been a very very good girl this year. I have been good in school, been good to my big brother Korbin sharing toys and playing nice. I help mommy and grandma do the cooking and cleaning. For Christmas this year I would love for you to bring me some babies, Little ponies, cute clothes, hair ties for my beautiful hair, Dora and Tinkerbell stuff and a puppy for my grandma. Love, Arayah Holly, age 3, Eldred, PA PS. Please bring my papa, mommy, grandma Ruby, and big brother Korbin something nice. I will put out cookies and milk for you and carrots for your reindeer. Be safe! Dear Santa, My name is Grace Katheryn and I am 3 yrs old I have tried to be a very good girl this yr. Sometimes my brother “Drant” gets me in trouble though! This yr for Christmas I would like a real horse, some new babies, and a new bean bag chair. If the real horse won’t fit in your bag, I will ask my Papa! He is the best and Loves me much. I will leave you a cup of milk and some cookies. Love your friend Gracie Kat Greenman, age 3, Rew, PA Dear Santa, My name is Emily Miller. I am 7 years old. I have been good all year. Could you please bring me some of my favorite things like a pillowpet, an art-easle, a kit to make little cloths and books a bout horses. a new watch to tell time. Don’t forget a treat for my little dog Bella and an apple for my pony. Thank you. Love, Emily Sue Miller, age 7, Smethport, PA

Dear Santa I would like a new firetruck, toy car and tools and you! I’m trying to de good. Love Dylan Denning, age 3, Smethport, PA Dearsanta, I hope you had a great year! I would like Bey BlaDes and Ds games and scooter. have a safe trip. love Tristen Taylor, age 6, Smethport, PA

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Dear Santa Hello My name is Mikayla Post I am a forth grade student at The Otto-Eldred EleMtray School. I have been very good This year. I Whant for chismis is a My little pony coloring Book With pretty pictures. and A stuffed Aniumal. and a barbie. I want My own pack of crayola crayons. and I want a toy camera That can take pictures. by Mikayla Post, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, Hi. My name is Emilie Reitler. I am a fourth grade student at Otto-Eldred Elementary School. I have been a very good girl. My I have a Ipod, a fishtank with a fish, puppy, a colored light bulb, last but not least earings. Thank you for reading this I really appreciate that very much. Thank you! Merry Christmas! Love, Emilie Reitler, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, Please bring me Barbie House, la la loopsy Love, Madison Conn, age 5, Smethport, PA

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Dear Santa, Hello, My name is Kylee J.R Brown. I am a forth grade student at the otto-Eldred Elementry school. I have been super mega Awsome this year. SO can I have an Ipad, a Justin Bieber doll, a puppy, a fish, any animal, any thing Justin Bieber please. Markers, crayola crans, and last dut not least $10,000. Merry Christmas Love, Kylee Brown, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, Ive ben good this year. For Christmas I want this stuff, an annoying orange, fizzit friend, moxi horses that really walk, and I hope you have a merry christmas. yours truly Kalee Gross, Otto-Eldred Elementary School

May you and yours be blessed with all the good things in lifegood health, inner peace and love now and throughout the upcoming new year.

Dear santa Hello. My name is Gage Aldrich. I am a fourth grade student at the Otto-Eldred Elemetary School. I have been vere good this year. So I will leave you cookies and can I have a bionical cold raw jaw, a 3ds, a movie called Smurfs. and a whole list of things. Sinserely Gage Aldrich, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, Hello My name is Dallas Gray. I am a fourth grade Student at the OttoEldred Elementary School. I have been very good this year. What I want for Christmas is an IPad. All I have Done this year is play with my friends. I road my bike over the Summer. By Dallas Gray, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, I like your gifts you give me. For christmas I would like •monopoly electronic banking •squinkies •headbanz •chapter books •crib life clothes Bailley Taggert, age 9, OttoEldred Elementary School

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Dear. Santa, I hope you + Mrs. Claus had good year this year. I hope you and Dixen are ready for Chirstmas Eve. My brother and I want to get some clothes. For me I want I doll house for my dolls and some clothes for my dolls. How is Mrs. Claus? Hope she is okay. I hope your elfs are working on the presents. Your friend, McKenzy Lynn Smith, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, I hope your rested up for Chrismas. I hope your. Ready for Christmas. I hope you have toy’s sled’s and snow board’s. I like when I wake up and see your presents and. open all of your presents and use your toys all. It is fun. We will be good good good! Santa is fun and we will leave you cookies and your. reindeer to and give me lots of toy surprise me. from Jacob Rhinehart, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear santa, Thank you for your gifts last christmas. For christmas I would like for my Aunt Lesu and uclgorj ther own u dap the own Dog. I wont a noo haprcag tht is smol. for my cusin crtas an Go pupe I wont a noo plast INDAN Lie Lit Bar. Devon Smith, Otto-Eldred Elementary School


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Dear Santa, My name is Dallas Neely and I’m only 2 weeks old so my mommy is helping me write this letter to you. I don’t need much but I would like some new rattles, and maybe a new toy for my big brother Dawson. I don’t know what it means but he gets told No a lot, but he still deserves something. Love, Dallas John Neely, age 2 wks., Smethport, PA Dear Santa, My Name is Dawson Neely and I’m 2 years old now. I try to be good but its hard when your only little. I like to watch Monster Jam on tv and crashing my monster trucks, so if you could I’d like a grave digger truck. Also I have a New baby brother, all he does is sleep and eat but you can bring him something too. Love, Dawson James Neely, age 2, Smethport, PA Dear Santa I would please like some monster High Dolls and a chiwawa and a kitten but my Dad says no way and maybe some make-up. Could you bring Maggie Maybelle something too. She has been good I will leave you some cookies and milk. Love Brooklynn Burt, age 6, East Smethport, PA Dear. Santa. I Want a Ninjago Skull Track, and a Ninjago Movie, K’Nex Roller Coaster, Ninjago Game, Nerf Dart Tag, I AM T-Pain Mic, Paper jamz Mic and Pro Guitar, Mortal Combat. Game, Madden 12, And For My Sister Bopit and Just Dance 3 for Both of us. Love Ryan Kearns, Smethport, PA

Dear Santa, I know you are very busy getting ready for the holiday, but I wanted to write you. I have been a very good boy this year. I always help my mommy and others. I like helping, and for christmas I would like a big Fire truck. I think they are very cool. Thank you for your time. I will leave some cookies out for you and carrots for the reindeers. Merry Christmas! Love, Clayton Kiser, age 3, Smethport, PA P.S. I helped mommy make the cookies. Travel Safely Santa

Dear SanTa, I Want cars 2, Finn McMissle, a Big MaTer, a real BB Gun, a Ben 10 Toy, my own Decorations, my own small computer, a Happy NaPPer, a Wuggle Pet, and a football. Love, Tucker Smith, age 7, Port Allegany, PA Dear Santa, I want a Redio flyer wagen and a ipod and a lap top a supernearfGun and fast redio cotrale speed boat. and a super Big powerd jeep But remocantrole pleas and a super fast remocantrole car and a wii and play station 3 your freind Gavin Robson, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, I have ben good in school this year in stead of last year and I did my homework and cleen my room and all I won’t four christams is a football. Alex Quintero, age 11, Otto-Eldred Elementary School

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DONNA'S DAY: CREATIVE FAMILY FUN By Donna Erickson "Cool" Candles Add Warm Glow Let's make fire with ice! Impossible, you say? Well, it just depends on how you look at it. Follow my easy process for creating these super "cool" candles that add a warm glow to any evening. To make several medium-size candles, you'll need: --1-pound box of paraffin wax (available in the canning section at most markets) --1 saucepan and a tin can, such as a coffee can --Candle coloring (optional) --Ice cubes crushed into medium-size chunks. Your kids may fill a gallon plastic bag about three-quarters full with ice. Secure the top. Let them use a hammer to break the ice into small chunks. --Empty and clean pint- or quart-size cardboard milk cartons with the tops cut off --A white or colored taper candle for each ice candle, 1 inch shorter than the cut carton. Trim the candle from the bottom, if necessary. An adult should fill the bottom of the saucepan with a few inches of water and place the tin can in the center. Put a chunk of paraffin inside the can along with extra candle stubs you might have around the house. Add coloring if you wish. Stir occasionally as the wax melts, keeping a constant eye on it since it is flammable. For a wick, your school-age child can place a taper candle in the middle of a milk carton and pack the ice around it. When the wax is melted, an adult should use a potholder to lift the can out of the saucepan and pour the melted wax directly into the milk carton over the ice and around the taper candle. As the wax melts the ice, you'll hear cracking and popping! Once the wax is hard, drain off the water a time or two. Peel the carton away from the candle and enjoy the surprise of your work of art! The ice will have formed interesting pockets, like a chunk of Swiss cheese. To use, set it on a plate and surround it with marbles. When you light the candle, give your preschooler the job of saying "Ta-da!" as you stand around proudly watching the creation flicker on a winter's night. Note: An adult should always be present when burning candles. (c) 2011 Donna Erickson Distributed by King Features Synd.

Enjoy a Gluten-Free Holiday Season with Almonds (Family Features) Following a gluten-free diet during the holiday season can be stressful and daunting. Almonds, in their various forms, are the ideal solution to elevate the flavor and texture in gluten-free recipes without sacrificing taste. "Staying gluten-free during the holiday season can be challenging, but with almonds, navigating the dinner table is simple," says John Csukor, chef and CEO of KOR Food Innovation. "Almonds are a safe and delicious choice that enhances any sensory experience without limit." Naturally gluten-free and versatile, almonds offer a wide range of gluten-free solutions that bring a balance of interesting flavors and unique texture to a whole host of recipes without the worry that those with gluten sensitivities face during the holidays. While gluten-free living requires planning and preparation, it also encourages the exciting discovery of new foods and flavors. So rethink some of your favorite recipes - from entrees to desserts - and substitute ingredients with various almond forms to add flavor, crunch and sophistication to dishes. For example, you can inspire guests this holiday season with an Almond Sacher Torte that will tempt them to begin dinner with dessert instead. For more recipes and information, visit www.AlmondBoard.com/ glutenfree. Gluten-Free Almond Sacher Torte Yield: 1 single or split double layer 10-inch frosted cake 6 large eggs, separated 1/2 cup white sugar 1 stick (1/2 cup) butter, sweet unsalted 1 tablespoon almond extract 1 cup confectionary sugar 6 ounces bittersweet chocolate, melted 3 tablespoons cocoa powder 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon xantham gum 1/2 cup potato starch 1/2 cup almond flour /4 teaspoon sea salt 2 cups sliced toasted almonds Ganache Frosting: 1 cup heavy cream 12 ounces 60 percent chocolate 2 tablespoons agave nectar Whip egg whites to soft peaks, add in white sugar and continue to whip into a firm meringue then set aside. Cream butter, almond extract and confectionery sugar until the mixture is light in color and smooth. Add melted chocolate to butter mixture until fully incorporated and then add egg yolks one at a time. Fold butter-chocolate mixture into the meringue. Once mixed, sift together dry ingredients and slowly add to wet ingredients until mixture is completely blended. Bake for 30 to 35 minutes at 350 F in a 10-inch spring form pan that has been lightly coated with butter and dusted with almond flour. Ganache Frosting: Bring heavy cream to a boil on the stove, then pour over the chocolate and agave nectar in a large mixing bowl and mix with a whisk until smooth. Allow ganache to set up overnight before use. When ready, spread ganache over top and then sides of cake in a thick layer. Garnish sides of cake with toasted almonds. Chef Tip: Lightly brush cake with your favorite liquor before icing. This allows the cake to stay moist longer, and adds a little extra flavor. #10937_AR Source: Almond Board of California

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Senior Dogs Need Extra Attention DEAR PAW'S CORNER: My golden retriever, "Jessie," recently turned 9 years old. He's always been an energetic dog, but he doesn't seems to like walking as far as he used to, and when chasing birds in the park, he only chases them a few feet before trotting back to me. He also has some digestive issues. Is this normal for an older dog, or should I worry that he's got some hidden health issue? -- Sam L., Atlanta DEAR SAM: Nine years is definitely "senior dog" territory, and it is normal even for very energetic dogs to begin to noticeably slow down. Their dietary needs and their digestive system also go through gradual change. If Jessie isn't showing signs of distress or extreme lethargy, he's probably OK. However, as his owner, you know him best, so if his behavior or

digestion concern you, take him to the veterinarian for a checkup. Senior dogs do have unique needs that owners should address. Heidi Ganahl, owner of Camp Bow Wow, recently listed a few considerations senior dog owners should take: --Schedule a veterinary checkup every six months, rather than once a year. A senior pet's health can change rapidly. --Learn the signs of common ailments in senior dogs, like hip and joint problems, diabetes and eye or ear issues. --Feed your senior dog two smaller meals per day, rather than one. This may help with digestive problems. --Consider adding at least two fresh meals to your dog's diet per week. The added nutrition can be a big help. --Replace long runs or walks with shorter jaunts followed by a daily training or toy romp. Send your question or comment to [email protected], or write to Paw's Corner, c/o King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. For more pet care-related advice and information, visit www.pawscorner.com. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc. * * *

TO YOUR GOOD HEALTH By Paul G. Donohue, M.D. Taking Care of Frostbite DEAR DR. DONOHUE: Many years ago, when I was still a teen, I went skiing with my older brother. He was a much better skier than I, so we went our separate ways. Later, I saw a group huddling around one skier who looked a lot like my brother. It was my brother. He lost one of his gloves, and he had two frostbitten fingers. His only permanent damage was the loss of a fingertip. Ever since, I have been careful about dressing warm, often with two pair of gloves in cold weather. I don't know what to do about frostbite. Will you run the basics by me? -- S.S. ANSWER: Frostbite happens when the temperature drops to 32 F (0 degrees C) or lower. Actually, the temperature has to be lower than 32, since the minerals in the fluids bathing the tissues lower their freezing point. The places most susceptible are the fingers, hands, toes, feet, nose and ears. The first sign of trouble is pain. Then the skin turns quite pale. After that, numbness sets in. People might think that nothing is wrong at this stage, but numbness is a sign that freezing is

imminent. The skin and involved tissues become hard and firm. Ice crystals form in the spaces between cells. They pull water out of the cells and dehydrate them. The dehydration, decreased blood flow and ice crystals all work together to cause tissue damage. One of the most destructive factors is the lack of oxygen that comes from artery constriction to prevent heat loss from the rest of the body. Fast rewarming is the treatment. It should not begin if you are in a place where there's a chance of refreezing. Refreezing is a more destructive process than leaving things alone until you are in a place where the person can be kept warm. The affected part should be immersed in a bath of hot water whose temperature is around 104 F (40 C). The water has to be kept warm by adding more hot water as the bath begins to cool. At no point should you rub the frozen part. If the affected area cannot be warmed in a water bath, then use hot compresses. Rewarming is painful. Tylenol or a stronger medicine should be given. In 12 to 24 hours, blisters form. Do not break them. At this point, have a doctor examine the patient for definitive care. ***

DEAR DR. DONOHUE: What can I do to improve my chipping, splitting fingernails? I was getting a weekly manicure but stopped due to economic reasons. My nails had grown stronger. Now they've become a disaster again. Please help. I take vitamins and calcium. -- M.H. ANSWER: Aging makes nails brittle, thin and fragile for quite a few people. Dryness fosters brittleness. After every handwashing and before going to bed, coat your nails with a moisturizer. Petroleum jelly (the many Vaseline products) works well. When washing dishes or putting your hands in water, wear waterproof gloves. Don't use nail polish remover often. The B vitamin biotin toughens nails for some. You'll need 2.5 mg daily. Neither calcium nor gelatin strengthens nails. *** Dr. Donohue regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but he will incorporate them in his column whenever possible. Readers may write him or request an order form of available health newsletters at P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. (c) 2011 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved

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THIS IS A HAMMER By Samantha Mazzotta Home Maintenance in the New Year Ready for the new year? Me neither. It’s too soon after what’s been a really long and frenetic holiday season, starting with a preHalloween snowstorm that had me and my neighbors juggling snow shovels and carved pumpkins, and then moving straight into Thanksgiving and Christmas almost too fast to blink. I’m looking forward to catching my breath this week, however, and putting together my home maintenance plans for next year. January will be pretty quiet, except for the monthly furnace filter change and making sure ice dams and snow aren’t building up on the roof and gutters. Melting or removing them quickly will prevent much more expensive repairs. February is more of the same, but I’m also laying out what I’ll be planting in the deck garden this year. If there’s no snow on the ground, I’ll be scattering grass seed over bare or thin patches in the lawn and protecting it from the birds with a light layer of straw. In March I’ll be inspecting the exterior and yard for damage from fallen limbs or wind-blown debris, and if the snow has melted, clearing those debris from the yard.

Garden tools will come down from the highest shelf of the garage, ready to be put to use in a few weeks, but the snow shovel will stay near the side door just in case. April is still iffy for some garden plants, but once there’s no danger of a hard frost, soil can be turned over and, in the meantime, the lawn can be treated and prepared for the growing season. It’s also time to start repairing any exterior damage to the roof, eaves, gutters and downspouts, as well as remove and repair storm windows and put up screens in their place. That’s the first four months of the year: gradually getting busier, hopefully with no major storms or unplanned home repairs like busted furnaces or hot water heaters. May will bring much warmer temperatures and more maintenance work, but that’s a thought for another quiet day. HOME TIP: Keep a home maintenance calendar in your workshop with important projects highlighted so that you can plan for them well in advance. Send your questions or tips to [email protected], or write This Is a Hammer, c/o King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.



PHOTO: Michael Cudlitz Q:Now that Eddie Murphy is no longer hosting the Oscars, do you think he’ll host the Golden Globes? -- Peggy G., via e-mail A: That gig has gone to actor/ comedian/writer/producer Ricky Gervais, who’s hosted the previous two Golden Globes ceremonies. Most of you know I wholeheartedly approve of this choice, as do many of the Hollywood royalty that Ricky teases. Liam Neeson has voiced his approval of Ricky, saying: “Hollywood needs a shake-up. He’ll be great.” Robert DeNiro showered Ricky with praise after last year’s controversial telecast, telling Ricky he’d be happy to set anyone straight who was offended. Johnny Depp guest-stars on Ricky’s new TV show, “Life’s Too Short,” poking fun of himself and Ricky in a hilarious sketch (Google it and see for yourself). The

Golden Globes Awards telecast airs live Sunday, Jan. 15, on NBC. *** Q: How is Demi Moore doing? Will she divorce Ashton Kutcher for his alleged infidelity? -- Renee R., Clearwater, Fla. A: Demi recently announced her decision to file for divorce from Ashton, stating: “It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that I have decided to end my six-year marriage to Ashton. As a woman, a mother and a wife there are certain values and vows that I hold sacred, and it is in this spirit that I have chosen to move forward with my life.” Write to Cindy at King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475; or e-mail her at [email protected]. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.


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BRADFORD AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE DECEMBER 2011 CALENDAR OF EVENTS Dec. 23- Preschool Story Hour 10:30am Bradford Area Public Library, W. Washington St., Bradford, Pa. For info., contact Bradford Area Public Library at 814-362-6527. Dec. 23-30- No School - Winter Holiday - Bradford Area School District. Dec. 24 & 31- Bradford Area Public Library Closed for Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve. Dec. 26- Bradford Area Chamber of Commerce Office Closed for the Christmas Holiday. Dec. 28- Alzheimer’s Support Group 10am Bradford Senior Center, 60 Campus Dr., Bradford, Pa. Caregivers of those with Alzheimer’s disease are invited to attend these free informative, supportive meetings. All welcome, no reservation necessary. Hosted by Community Nurses, Inc., for info., call 814-362-8183. Dec. 31- First Night Bradford Various downtown areas, open to the public, Annual alcohol-free event celebrating the arrival of 2012 for people of all ages. For info., contact Ryan Walb at 814-598-0660. f


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With Warm Regards
Nothing warms our hearts more than thoughts of the many good folks we’ve had the privilege to serve this past year. Happy Holidays!

Merry Christmas


S.M. Zona Construction Inc.
Eldred, PA
Dear Santa, what I am asking you for Christmas isn’t much at all. All I’m asking for is a crayon maker and a doll house. I’m sure you are wondering if I have been a good girl. just check your nice list. I Should be at the top! Thank you so much Santa! Mykenzie Britton, age 4 P.S. I will leave you some milk and cookies and the reindeer some carrots. Dear Santa, How are you today? Howare your Raindeers today? I was good this year. Can I have spyglasses, spy watch. I would also like games for my DS, Wii, and some boardgames. from Michael DuBeck Jr. ps I will leave cookies + milk. Dear Santa, I tried being good this year, but it has not worked out so well. Hopefully, I still have time to make it on your Good Boys & Girls List. If you happen to stop by my house, I would like some new dinosaurs, Please. And maybe a new Ford Truck for my big brother Dayton. Could you also bring my Cousin, Dawson a new truck and his new baby brother, Dallas, something special. Thanks! Love: Devin Kimball, age 4, Duke Center, PA Dear Santa, I have been a good boy this year. I would like a new Ford Truck, Please. Also, if you could, some new dinosaurs for my little brother Devin, he tries to be good. Could you also bring my Cousins Dawson a new truck and his new baby brother, Dallas, something special. Thanks! I will leave milk and Oreos for you and carrots for your reindeer. Love: Dayton Kimball, age 5, Duke Center, PA Dear Santa My name is Kaylynn Hammaker I am 2 1/2 years old and live in Mt. Jewett, PA. My Aunt “Nut” is writing this for me. I have been a very good girl this year. Thank you for all my presents last year. This year I would like a doll, doll cloths, dollhouse Dora DVD and Olivia DVD, cloths and learning toys. Also anything else you think I might like. Please bring something for Mommy + Daddy too. I will leave cookies + milk for you. And apples + water for the reindeer. Merry Christmas + Happy New Year Santa. Love Kaylynn Hammaker, age 2 1/2, Mt. Jewett, PA Dear Santa Clause, Hi, it’s Zachary Rush from Mount Jewett, PA. I am writing to say MERRY Christmas to you, Ms. Clause and all of the Elf’s. I have been trying to be a good boy this year. I would like if you can bring me a kids Pool Table. I promise to share it with my little brother Sebastian. I was also wishing for a special Christmas wish (prayer) for my very sick, handiecapped cousin. I want to send him kisses & hug’s this Christmas from you Santa. My Christmas Wish is that he does ok through the two surgeries that he’s got to have. I love him very much. If you can do or make miracles at Christmas that’s my Christmas wish. MERRY Christmas Santa Clause. Love, Zachary Rush, age 8, Mt. Jewett, PA P.S. Remember I am 8 yrs. old and live in Mount Jewett, PA

Ho, ho, ho!
Hope your Christmas is doggone great!

May your remembrances be warming and may this holiday season be a special memory in years to come.

Lakeside Tire & Auto
Smethport, PA

H&S Animal Hospital
Smethport, PA L.D. Rumsey D.V.M., Katie Rumsey and Amanda Tanner D.V.M.
Dear Santa, hello my name is Hannah Raineri. I am a fourth grader at the Otto Eldred Elementary school. I have been very good this year. I believe in Santa. I know that he is a magical man. He makes me have joy when I wake up from a sleepless night. I love the joy and happiness that rises through my body when I see the Christmas tree. Its all lit up in greens, blues, yellows, and reds. The presents are so beautifully wrapped. I leave out cookies and milk for santa. He doesn’t always eat them all though! Merry Christmas! From Hannah Raineri, Otto-Eldred Elementary School

Dear santa, Hello. My name is Kayla J. Dubetsky. I am a fourth grade student at the Otto-Eldred Elementary School. I have been good this year. I wonder how many cookies you eat win yoa deliver presents all night? Can I please have a board game. Please. or maybe a touch pad or Ipad. I know I might not get one, but can I have 1 please? Oh and thank you for whatever I get. I bet Hayley, my mom, and Dad will say think you too. I wish to know how many carrots your reindeer eat in 1 year? Love, Kayla J. Dubetsky, Otto-Eldred Elementary School P.S. Thank you for what you are going to get me and my family! Dear Santa, Hello My name is Madison Dalton. I am a fourth grade student at the Otto-Eldred Elementary School. I have be good this year. I have been doing all my homework, nice to my family, and I have been very good about cleaning my room. I would like an I tunes card for my I pod touch, Laptop, melty beads, and things for my room. Sincerely, Madison Dalton, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, Hello My name is Keith App. I am a fourth grade student at the otto-Eldred Elementary School. I have been very good this year. I Want a PS3 for christmas because my PS3 broke this year. by Keith App, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, Hello My name is Bryce Gold. I am a forth grade student. In Otto-Eldred Elamentry school. I have been Excellent lately. For Christmas I would like nothing. I already have everything I need. Please don’t get me anything. Sincerely, Bryce Gold, Otto-Eldred Elementary School

In The Spirit Of The Season Dreams Can Come True!
Hope yours do at this special time of year. Happy Holidays from our family to yours. Thank you for making our first year a success.

Wishing You A Festive Season!
We hope your holiday is bright and beautiful. We really appreciate our visits with you, and to all, we say thank you.

Ginny’s Plant Shed 2
Duke Center, PA
Dear Santa, Hello, My name is Cole Palmer. I am a fourth grade student at the OTTO-Eldred Elementary School. I have been very good this year. For Christmas I want a laptop for this special event day! I want a blue one, too! I can take it to my mom’s and dad’s house. And I also wont a SMHRT board! If you bring me a smart board can you please hook it up for me! Sincerly, Cole Palmer, Otto-Eldred Elementary School

Linda’s Mane Attraction
Smethport, Pa.

Dear Santa, Hello. My name is Jenna Coscia. I am a fourth grade student at the Otto-Eldred Elementary School. I have been very good this year. What I would really for Christmas is a brand new lime green bike : ) I would also like Just Dance 3 : ) Sincerly, Jenna Coscia, Otto-Eldred Elementary School Dear Santa, Hello my name is Joshua Cerklefskie. I am a fourth grade student at the Otto-Eldred Elementary School. I have been very good this year. How are you doing at the North Pole? How are the reindeer? I just moved here this summer. I helped build a pony barn for my miniature horses to live in. I rode a horse and fell off it twice. I did not want to get back on the third time but I did. At least it is over now. Sincerly Joshua Cerklefskie, Otto-Eldred Elementary School

Dear Santa, Hello my name is Lena Wankel. I am a fourth grade student at Otto-Eldred Elementary School. I have been very good this year. This list that I made is just a couple things I want for Christmas: paper jams micorphone pottery table Happy family Photo albums Teaching stuff Some Money Biography books “Dear America” series A helicopter I’ve been very good because I’ve been playing with my brother and sister while Don cooks dinner. Full of love and always helpful, Lena Wankel, Otto-Eldred Elementary School

Spread The Joy
A hug. A smile. A “Have a good day!” A little good cheer goes a long way! Thanks for bringing us so much joy this year. Merry Christmas!

The merriest of seasons to you and yours.
To wish you a holiday filled with the best the season has to offer.

HartleTarbox Funeral Homes, Inc.
Port Allegany, PA • Smethport, PA

Rally around and listen close. Santa is on his way, and we have just one thing to say: May all of your days be merry and bright.


Drabee's MINI MART
9 River St., Roulette, PA

Todd Busses, Inc.
Eldred, PA



Season’s Greetings From All Of Us.

Enjoy E ach Day For The Gift It Is - Now And Throughout The Coming Year!
Thanks to all our loyal friends and neighbors.

Dear Santa, Thankyou for your gifs last Christmas. For Christmas I would like... •an ipod touch •a mini laptop computer •a smartboard •overhead prejector •a teacher reading, math, science, and social studies book. •my own printer •zebra stuff •a guinee pig. From, Mackenzie Wilcox, age 9, OttoEldred Elementary School Dear Santa, I have been a very good girl and thank you for all the toy last year. For Christmas I would like a scooter with chaolk and an American girl doll and a thing for the camper please. Madison Coffman, age 9, OttoEldred Elementary School

Have A Safe & Healthy Holiday Season!
May the warm glow of the holiday season touch your heart and spread to those around you. Wishing you peace, joy, health, prosperity in the New Year.


Federal Credit Union
Port Allegany, PA
Dear Santa For christmas I would like 1 alarm clock 2 BaRBies 3 PUPPy MOVie 4 New PJs OR anything elze you would like to bring Me. Love Kaelyn Bonawitz, age 6, Turtlepoint, PA Dear Santa, Hi! My name is Hannah, and I work in a button factory. Just kidding! That is one of my favorite songs, and it always makes my family smile. I just wanted to make you smile too! This year for Christmas, I would like princesses and xia-xia crabs. The cookies will be waiting. Enjoy your trip! Love Hannah Taylor, age 3, Smethport, PA

Dear Santa I would likefor christmas is 1 a real rabbit 2 measash orbees 3 mikeaPhone that plug onto a speeker 4 CD’s of talor swith 5 Dresses for school 6 Ds games about a baby The rest a supprize. 7 more Polly Pockets 8 weving stuff 9 sowing stuff Say Hi to the randeer and the elfes, Sana Clase from Kira Bonawitz, age 9, Turtlepoint, PA

Joint Environmental Health & Safety Committees

Port Allegany, PA
Christmas Through the Ages • Telesphorus, the second Bishop of Rome, declared in the 2nd century AD that public Church services should be held to celebrate “The Nativity of our Lord and Savior.” • In 320 AD, Pope Julius I and other religious leaders specified Dec. 25 as the official date of the birth of Jesus Christ. • In the 13th century, St. Francis of Assisi introduced Christmas carols to formal church services. • In 1531, in Germany, the first printed reference to Christmas trees appeared. • The Christmas tree was first decorated with lights in the 16th century. It is believed that Martin Luther, the Protestant reformer, was so taken with the Christmas night sky that he added lighted candles to the tree to bring “the lights of the stars” into the home of his family. • A goose was customary Christmas fare until the early 1600s, when King Henry VIII of England took it upon himself to tuck into a turkey. • In 1643, the British Parliament officially abolished the celebration of Christmas. • The first American Christmas carol was written in 1649 by a minister named John de Brebeur. It is called “Jesus Is Born.” • Between 1649 and 1660, Oliver Cromwell banned Christmas carols in England. Cromwell thought Christmas should be a very solemn day, so the only celebration allowed was a sermon and prayer service. • A wreath with holly, red berries and other decorations began from at least the 17th century. Holly, with its sharply pointed leaves, symbolized the thorns in Christ’s crown-of-thorns. Red berries symbolized the drops of Christ’s blood. A wreath at Christmas signified a home that celebrated to birth of Christ. • In 1818, “Silent Night” was written by Austrian priest Joseph Mohr. Legend has it that his church’s organ broke on the day before Christmas. Mohr could not imagine Christmas without music, so he sat down to write a carol that could be sung by a choir to guitar music. Later that night, the people in the little Austrian church sang “Stille Nacht” for the first time. • In 1834, Queen Victoria’s husband, Prince Albert, brought the first Christmas tree to Windsor Castle for the Royal family. • In 1836, Alabama became the first state to declare Christmas a legal holiday. • The first commercial Christmas card, produced in 1846, featured a drawing of family members happily toasting each other with glasses of wine -- a shockingly decadent portrait that was immediately condemned by temperance advocates. • In 1856, President Franklin Pierce decorates the first White House Christmas tree. • In 1907, Oklahoma became the last state to declare Christmas a legal holiday. • In 1937, the first postage stamp to commemorate Christmas was issued in Austria. • In 1945, a phonograph album containing Bing Crosby’s signature song, “White Christmas,” is released. The recording would go on to become the best-selling single ever, with sales of more than 50 million copies worldwide. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.

Merry Christmas
from the staff of

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Reg. Hours: Mon.-Fri. 7am-7pm Sat. 8am-5pm Closing Christmas Eve at 12pm Closed Sun. & Mon., Dec. 25 & 26

May The Season Be Merry And Bright
During this beautiful season we give our sincere thanks to all the families we have been privileged to serve. Happy Holidays. C ONNIE’S Closed Christmas Day R OUTE

423 W. Main St. Smethport, PA
Dear Santa, My name is Korbin Holly. I am 4 years old. I am having my mommy write this for me I am just learning how to write. I have been trying to be a good boy at home and at school. I have been helping my papa with the coal stove, and my grandma and mommy around the house. I have been a good big brother too playing nice and sharing with my little sister Arayah. For Christmas I would like lots of firefighters, Fire trucks, Fire hoses, cop cars, helecopters, guns, spiderman iron man stuff and transformers bumble bee. I will leave cookies. and milk for you and carrots for your reindeer. Be extra careful I Love You. Love, Korbin Holly, age 4, Eldred, PA PS. Please make sure to bring my papa and grandma Mong, Mommy, grandma ruby and Little sister Buggy all something nice too. Thank You Santa

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Dear Santa My mom was in a very bad accadent this September. She is home but has two broken legs. Please make her better. and I would also like a new bike or racetrack with cars. My name is Dallas Thompson I’m 7 years old. Merry Christmas. Dallas Thompson, age 7, Turtlepoint, PA

Dear Santa, I have ben very good this year. I did all my chores. I would like ipod and a new pair of incelated Overalls. Sinsearly Owen Flexman, age 10, OttoEldred Elementary School Dear Santa,................................ I been very Good this year thank you for your gifts last year. I Like to get present’s for christmas. and I would like a.....DS case for my DS., my little pet shop, Ice cream maker, and a Hot dog makr for christmas. Ariel Cunningham, age 9, Otto-Eldred Elementary School

To our valued customers we extend our sincere gratitude and best wishes for a season that's filled with good health, good fortune and good friends. We know we're thankful for the precious gift of your goodwill and friendship.

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School Bus Contractor Smethport, PA

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‘10 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited SUV Sport
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OP6179, 3,926 mi. Shults Price:


‘08 Subaru Impreza Sedan AWD
TP2066A, 45,820 mi. Retail: $15,125 * Shults Price: $14,900

‘10 Toyota RAV4 SUV LTD 4WD
TP2071, 37,695 mi. Retail: $26,125 * Shults Price: $24,983

Retail Shults Price
‘10 Toyota Corolla Sedan LE FWD
TP2080, 43,070 mi. Retail: $15,300 * Shults Price: $12,883

2006 Chev. Equinox SUV LT AWD- 70,204 mi. 2011 Chev. HHR SUV LT w/1LT FWD- 27,918 mi.

$12,775 $16,975


12,227* 13,290*

‘07 Jeep Gr. Cherokee SUV LTD 4WD
B19690A, 51,369 mi. Shults Price:




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