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•• I <.V' * * - r . u * • 1 * 1* - Page Eight 7 CH RO NICLE-EXPRESS f ••I FEBRUARY 10, l92f NEW S OF THE COUNTY Chronicle-Express W E D N E S D A Y , R U A R Y 10. 1926 M ILO CENTER # The theme l'or the sermon next Sun­ day morning will be “Fasting, Pray­ ing and Giving” and in the evening “Other Worldliness.” We are having excellent sleighing but few are improving the opportuni­ ty. The horse is too slow for the present age. Thursday evening of the present week the Epworth League will have a free social in the community room of the church. A good time is in store for all who attend. The Milo Center unit of the Home Bureau will have a food sale Saturday afternoon, February 13, in the Cor­ coran furniture store. A nutrition meeting of our local unit of the Home Bureau will be held in the home of Mrs. J. L. Nichols on Thursday, February 18. Mrs. P. D. Henderson and Mrs. L. H. Spooner are the leaders. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sisson left the first of the week for Avoca where lie will work l’or a month in a garage. Master Allen Plenderspn celebrated his 1 0 th birthday recently by enter­ taining 10 of his boy friends. M. H, McElwee has added recently to his herd of cows, several full blood­ ed Ayrshives. He is supplying milk for the local trade in jPenn Yan. S T A R K E Y Following are newly elected officers of the Helping Hand Society of the iStarkey Methodist church: President, Miss Marguerite Dean; vice-president, Mrs. E. H. Bailey; secretary, Mrs. Her­ bert Robinson; treasurer, Mrs. William Wheat. Mrs. Viola Shoemaker and Mrs Catherine Bailey will entertain the MJentuvy Bible Class on Wednesday afternoon, February 17th, at the home of the former. Mrs. Claude Bush and daughter, Imogene, of Horseheads, have been visiting her sister, Mrs. Kenneth In scho. E. G. Disbrow has let his farm and has rented the Sayre property near Starkey Station, where he will soon move his family. Mrs. Mary Passage, of Rochester, was a recent guest of Mrs. Viola Shoe­ maker. Miss Charlotte Backer from south or Dundee spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs Earl Shannon. GUYANOGA Fi nd Ncwland and family moved last week to a farm near Dundee. Henry Shubert and Hazel Lamb, of Dundee, spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs., Dorman Davis. Cleda Griswold and Charles Ken­ nedy were married at the M. E. par­ sonage at Branchport January 30tli. Ed. Champlin and family are mov­ ing to Mrs. Cliamplin’s father's farm in Potter; Mr. and Mrs. David Hopkins and son, Howard, and William Best, of Pot­ ter, visited at the home of Clarence Kennedy last Wednesday. E3SP» Official New York State H EAD L IG H T TESTING STATIO N B RAN C H P O RT Miss Adda Shull, of Niagara Falls, Fred Stever, of Hammondsport, and daughter, Miss Hilda Stever, who is attending Keuka College, visited their cousin, Mrs, Lamb, the latter part of last week. Howard Robinson has a position with a firm in Ithaca. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fitzwater are spending the week in Rochester. Mrs. Jane 'Hollister is visiting her daughters. Roy Cook, who has been confined to the house with an attack of rheu­ matism, has recently returned from the S. & S. Hospital where he had a tonsil operation. Allen McMinn is serving on the mail route. Mrs. John Trimmingham spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Mary Man­ ning, of Geneva. The Bluff Point and Branchport Queen Esthers will have a Valentine party at the home of Mrs. Windnagle on Friday evening, February 12. Let every member come and bring a friend and spend a jolly evening. A. tureen supper at 6,30. Be sure to bring your dishes. Committee on arrangements: Viola Trimmingham, Inez Griswold, Marion Davi.s and Catherine Suther­ land. A silver collection will be tak­ en. On Tuesday of last week the New York Central Electric Corporation had their men here mapping the village to compute the cost of bringing elec­ tric power to this place. This looks very encouraging, and it is hoped that the cijizens of this place will soon be enjoying electric lights in their homes, in the churches, in all business places and the streets. This would put our town on the map with other towns of its size. Many of the small towns in the surrounding country have been enjoying electricity for some years. The third lesson of the clothing, project of the Home Bureau will be held Friday at 1 o’clock at the home of Mrs. Peter Pulver. Please bring the dress fitted at. the second lefeson with seams stitched, scraps of the ma­ terial that can be used for belts and scraps to practice bound buttonholes and set-in pockets. The annual meeting of the stock­ holders of the PuUeney-Branchport Telephone Co. will be held at Branch- port February 12, 1926, at 1:30. A. A. Sisson, secretary. The children of the Sunday school of St.. Luke’s '-.villi their mothers were entertained at the parish house on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nevyus enter­ tained a number of their friends on Saturday evening, it being Mr. Nev­ yus’ birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Yetter, of Penn Yan, were week-end guests of their aunt, Mrs. Nevyus. About 50 people were at the book club party given last week at the I home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ball. A delicious chicken supper was served, followed by games, etc. The regular meeting of the club will be Friday, February 12, at the home of Mrs. Frank Coughtvey. Please study the first period of the American Revolu­ tion. Mrs. Jay V. Johnson will give a talk on Patrick Henry and Mrs. Bradley Tuthill will read a paper on Paul Revere. Mrs. Lamb will talk of the Beginning of the Revolution. There 'Will be a service at St. Luke’s i church on Ash Wednesday at 10 a. m. Following the service will be a meet­ ing of the Woman’s Auxiliary and St. Luke’s Guild with the annual election of officers. There will be a'social at St. Luke’s parish house on Friday evening, Feb­ ruary 12. All are cordially invited. Miss Laura Chaffee, of Middlesex, was the week-end guest 6 f Miss Mar­ garet Hall. Removal Sale. 50G. off on hardware!; 25% off on drugs; off on dry ley’s Bluff Point Store. Woman’s meeting will February 16, Belle Robson H A L L UNION CONGREGATIONAL. Rev. James Sykes, Pastor. The subject of the sermon on Sun­ day last was “The Rejected Stone” based 6 n text “The stone which the builders rejected, the same is become the head of the corner.” Mgtthew 21:42. A good number gathered in the Odd Fellows’ Hall at noon for the men’s hour when the teacher gave a talk on “Luck.” All men in the community are invited to join us in this hour of fellowship. We meet again next Sun­ day at 12. We are planning some very interesting programs. ■Choir will meet on Thursday night at 7:30 'With Mrs. Edward Hickey, of Hall. Association February take place on Tuesday, at the home of Mrs. at 2:30. Next Sunday will be observed as Lincoln’s Day and the theme of the sermon will be “Was Abraham Lincoln a Christian?” The pastor will also talk to the children on “Honest Abe.” Choir will render the anthem. We greatly appreciate the services of the choir in our worship. Let us encour­ age our friends who serve us so loy­ ally and be in our place in church. Rev. and Mrs. James Sykes are planning to attend the Farmers’ and Rural Pastors’ Week at Cornell from Tuesday to Thursday. The officers and pastor of this church give to all a cordial welcome. This is the little church with a big reputation. SENECA PRESBYTERIAN. Rev. Walter V. Watson, Pastor. Service ‘will be held next Sunday morning at 10:30 as usual. The ser­ mon will be on the topic “Growth.” The attendance has kept up w months in spite of unfavorable weath er which is an encouragement to still greater effort on the part of those members living at a distance from the church. Sunday school will meet next Sun­ day from 11:45 to 12:45. The lessons being studied at present are extreme­ ly valuable and everyone is invited to stay for the school session and get the benefit of group study of the Bible as offered in the different classes. Christian Endeavor will be held at the manse at 7 p. m. The topic to be discussed is “What Is Faith, and What Does it Do for Us?” This is the con­ secration meeting at which all mem­ bers of the society .should particularly try to be present. On Friday evening, February 12th, the Christian Endeavor Society will hold a Valentine social to 'Which all the members and friends are cordial­ ly invited. B L U F F PO IN T B ENTO N CENTER From, the office of the Branchport free library. We are pleased to note that some people from Bluff Point and vicinity are making use of the library and we would be glad to register many more from that locality. We have so many good books, on so many different subjects. Something to in- _ terest every one, and they are here j 1 1 * 4 5 a. m to be used. - We invite every one to come and see for themselves, and to take advantage of the opportunity to get books and magazines for their winter reading. The library is free to all, and now that nearly every one M. E. CHURCH. The Rev. H. S. Munyon, Pastor. Regular morning worship at 10:30 o’clock with sermon by the pastor. Subject: “My Part in the Advance­ ment of Christ’s Kingdom.” The pas­ tor will give a brief address for the girls and boys. Sunday School at Regular preaching service at Voak M. E- Church at 2 p. m. Subject: “The Life and Work of Abraham Lincoln.”* Union service at 7 p. m. You are most cordially invited to attend our .. .. , , . , services. We believe you can help us. cwns a car, the distance does not mat-jTrr- aim tn hein vmi i{k,.n«v ^ fTiioo/in \r i vve aim to neip you. ter. The library is open Tuesday from 3 to 5 p. m. and Saturday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. Librarian. Sunday school at 11 o’clock. Preach­ ing at 12 o’clock. Epworth League meeting on Thursday evening at 7:30. The Ladies’ Aid will meet on Wed­ nesday, February 17, with Mrs. Whit­ ney Larzalere. Everyone is invited. Bring dishes. It is reported that G. E. Habber- field has sold his lakeside vineyard to Frank and Ida Wringer; also that Harold LeClaire has sold his farm to Roy Armstrong. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Sis­ son. a daughter, May Mable. Last week the doctor pronounced the sickness of Eleanor Schwam as scarlet fever and ^placed the family under quarantine. School has been closed in district No. 4 for the past week. BAPTIST CHURCH. The services at the Baptist Church next Sunday will be as follows, preach­ ing by the Rev. Thomas J. Hunter at 10:30 a. m. Subject: “Dishonoring God,” a communion meditation, pre­ ceding the sermon the usual short talk will be given to the boys and girls. At the close of the service, the ordinance of the Lord’s Supper will be observed. The Bible School will meet at 11:45 a. m. Christian Endeavor meeting at 6:15 p. m., led by Mrs. Leslie G. Cor­ bin. Topic: “What Is Faith, and What Does It Do for Us?” This will be monthly consecration meeting and the members are urged to be present to apswer the roll call. At 7 p. m., the congregation will join with t h i Meth­ odists in their service The Bluff Point Queen Esthers and S ir Knights will meet at the parson­ age, Friday evening, February 12th. A Warner G. Herman went out last | : Thursday morning to look after his - traps which were set for skunks, and ! to his great surprise, found in one of , ( , I them, a four and one-half pound wood- tureen supper will be served at 6:30 j chuck, which was very much alive 0 clock. Each one bring his own , w h e n found. Warner is not given to . . dishes and one articie of food. Pota- exaggeration, and if any one is under .ft n\ornH^ ser*YJ 1 2 €! toes and sandwiches are solicited. Ev- ^ie impression that lie is making a eR. wolVh- f l'Y?.n e bring a valentine. A silver col-1 mistake, he has the woodchuck at his s tingi The snow is Corners to the feet, making a goods Ans- 6 \vl . The masquerade ball given by the Grange on Friday night was a pro­ nounced success with a large crowd in attendance. Many original and mys­ tifying costumes were worn, causing , day evening calls, much fun at the unmasking. The boy scouts served a variety of refresh­ ments. Music was furnished by the Stanley orchestra. The next regular Grange meeting on Saturday night is in charge of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Wilson and will include a patriotic program. An illustrated lecture on some of the less known phases of Lincoln’s life will be a feature. The music is in charge of Mrs. E. L. Bristol. This promises to be a good meeting and should be well attended. The director of insurance for the Grange requests that all who are insured with the or­ ganization, or who contemplate doing so, be present. Miss Elith Robson, of Cornell Uni­ versity, was at home for a few days last week. returned to spending the lection will be taken. 1 B. S. Tuttle has sold an interest in his. cheese factory at Gorham to Per­ cy Moorehouse, of Keuka Park. Mr. Moorehouse will move to Gorham about April 1st. John C. Conklin recently installed a radio set in his home. He says the old-fashioned dances he has heard over : the radio have already limbered up his rheumatism enough to save a doc­ tor’s bill. (Doctors, beware). Frank Hopkins has returned from a two weeks’ visit with his daughter, Mrs. Floyd McCann, at Pulteney. We are glad to report that our friend “Tom ’ Chisholm is holding his own in good shape. 1 David Conklin is making- extensive ‘ plans to build a semi-bungalow on his lot as soon as the weather opens up. i F. N. Burt and gang with a tractor and snow plow 7 opened up the load to ; the end of the Bluff Saturday to make room for more snow wrhich fell Sun­ day; also to make a track for the ! young men to make their usual Sun- William Barrow 7 has purchased a Star sedan. Alfred G. Moorehouse has just com­ pleted a large order for grape cut- home, and will be glad to show it to anyone who may have doubts. Mr. and Mrs. George E.. Moon, aged and respected villagers, celebrated their 55th wredding anniversary last Tuesday at their home in this village, wiiere they have resided for many years. They were married in Benton on the second day of February, 1871, by the Rev. Henry Wisner, a Metho­ dist minister residing in that place. Mrs. Moon was Miss Sarah Williams before her marriage. The happy cou­ ple have lived in this vicinity ever since their marriage, and note many changes since their young days, when autos were unknown, telephones were yet in the future, and state roads not yet in evidence. Neither Mr. nor Mrs. Moon are in the best of health, still they are happy in each other’s com­ pany, and their many friends wish them many more years of wredded bliss. Charles Hibbard who has been working the Nelson Jones farm at Himrod ite moving his family into the Edgar Payne tenant house, and will work for Mr Payne during the coming season. Hugh Porter is making weekly trips to Binghamton with his auto truck, marketing his apples, and finding a ready sale for them. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Reiners are attending Farmers’ Week Institute in Ithaca, leaving early on Monday morning. While there they will call on some of their friends and relatives. Hollis D. Mallory, of Batavia, was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.! Almon T. Mallory, he made the trip! by auto, and was surprised to find so much snow' in this section, as it was, quite light in Batavia. Mrs. H. S. Munyon is spending sev-, eral weeks with her daughter, Mrs. and family at Red; DUNDEE of Rochester, the home of H O P K INS-JO L L E Y MOTOR CORP. Seneca St. Penn Yan Grape Vines Our Specialty Grown in the heart of Chautauqua G rape Belt, the home of the Concord grape where the best known stock is propagated. Write for our special low prices of 5 high grade Stock guaranteed. Buy direct. M. F. ANDERSON Ripley, N. Y. 4wr10 Yes! Our Values Are Wonderful Rubbing' Alcohol, a pint. . . 49c Aspirin Tablets, per 100. . .49c Relladoima Plasters. .2 for 25c Klenzo Shaving Ci •earn Milk Magnesia Tooth Paste 39c Syrup of 1 lypophosphites, pint Reel, Iron and Wine, pint..79c Mac Tooth Brushes The Ladies’ Aid Society of the Meth­ odist church have elected the follow­ ing officers for the coming year: President, Miss Frankie Boyce; first vice-president, Mrs. William Denison; second vice-president. Mrs. John Swing; third vice-president, Mrs. Le­ roy Denton; secretary, Mrs. George Fish; treasurer, Miss Virginia Millard. The Plus Ultra class of the Metho­ dist Sunday school recently elected the following officers: President, Mrs. Lulu Vaughn; first vice-president. Mrs. Laura Symonds; second vice- president, Mrs. Mae Baker; third vice- president, Mrs. Leroy Denton; secre­ tary and treasurer, Mrs. Thelma Hill. The officers were elected for one year with the exception of the president , who is to serve six months wThen her the Place -will be taken by Mrs. Symonds for the last lrklf of the year. The Home Bureau will hold a spe­ cial meeting on Friday afternoon wrhen those who are interested in the dress­ making department will receive a .les­ son on planning and fitting collars and putting in pockets. M. H. Taylor, a member of the Dun dee Lumber Co., has just returnee from New York where he has been at­ tending the annual convention of tilt Northeastern Retail Lumbermen’s As­ sociation. The Study Club met for their reg­ ular meeting on Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Leland Earnest. Roll call was answered by musical quota­ tions and the. program of the after­ noon was given over to music. The club has arranged for a splendid spe­ cial meeting on Tuesday, March 2 nd' This will be held in the -evening at the Presbyterian church. At this time Dr. E. A. Bates, of the New York -state college of agriculture, will give a talk on Indian Tales and Trails. He will take up such matters as where the Indian lived near this region, their village life with its social, religious and political aspects. This same lec­ ture was recently given in Elmira un­ der the auspices of the Masonic Lodge and wras received very well by those who heard it at this time. There will be no charge to the public for this lec­ ture and the Woman’s Study Club will pay all expenses. The club has been taking up the study of trails through their course this year. The regular monthly meeting of the Dundee Fire Company -was held at the fire hall on Tuesday evening. Follow- vmes. 29c 79c ,19c Miss Harriet Dorman Cornell Monday after week with her ‘parents, Miss Carrie Haslett, spent the week-end at her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Has­ lett: Mr. and Mrs. Merton Waldo spent several days recently in New York attending sessions of the convention of the lumber association of which Mi*. Waldo is a member. Mrs. William Black is convalescing in a satisfactory way from a severe attack of the grip. Mrs. Ed. Long, of Lakemont, is spending several days with her cousin, Miss Margaret Hall. Peter Andreason is -gaining slowly. Mrs. S. P. Clark is gaining strength since her illness of the past few weeks. Miss Emma Hansen is taking care of a case near Himrod. The Embroidery Circle, •which was to have met at the home of Mrs. Mead this week, has been postponed until next week Wednesday. The* Odd Fellows will hold a dance in Association Hall Friday evening. Fehruaiw 12th. The boy scouts will serve refreshments. Mrs. Roy Hall spent the week-end with relatives in Geneva. Mr. and Mrs. Elias Barnes are en­ joying a new radio. Mrs. George Renwick spent Satur­ day and Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Clarence Noble, of Geneva. M A Y ’ S M IL L Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Philes. of New­ ark, have been spending a few 7 days with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schofield, and other relatives. C. W. Egelston has been visiting his aunt,. Mrs. Shultz, at Himrod. Mrs. Charles Rogers spent part of last week with Mrs. Joe Cunningham in Penn Yan. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Scutt and sons have been visiting her sisters in Ben­ ton. John Rider and sons have gone to Pennsylvania where they expect to make tlioir home. His mother, who has been keeping house for him, will make her home with her. son, James Rider. Mrs. Russell Schenck and daughter, of Branchpoi t, spent the last, of the week with Mrs. Will Schofield. c r y s t a i T s p r i n g s At the Parent-Teacher meeting held at George Waters’ Friday evening, th' president appointed Mrs. VanGovden banked on our Four depth of about three nice soft cushion for the motorists to light on wrhen making the turn at the usual 40 miles per hour. -Bert S. Tuttle was in Macedon last week on a business trip in connection with his cheese interests. The weather prophets of this local­ ity who predicted snow 7 and frosts for this winter are certainly to be relied Mr. and 1 Mrs. S. C; Stuart have re- Cecil MacCloud, cently installed a mdio set, which. Hank, N. J. helps to brighten their winter eve­ nings. One of our neighbors put in some coal last w eek at $25 per ton. What has become of the old-fashioned buck­ saw and rail pile? Our assessor, Fred L. Porter, was called to Albany last week to attend an assessors’ conference. A goodly number from our locality attended the semi-monthly dance at Pulteney last week. , Our genial mail carrier, Harry C. , . u n , , „ Moore, is bucking the drifts on Bluff! ter and Mrs. Edwards are former re si- Point with his “Lizzie” and making dents of this village. David Clow, of Gage, is spending a week with his daughter, Mrs.. George tylortensen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rolf, of Gage, j have moved into one of Frank Collin’s ; tenant houses on the West road. \ Elwood Smith left at the beginning of the week for Ithaca, where he will 1 attend the Farmers’ Week School. 1 Mrs. S. G. Gage spent a few' days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Maurice' Baxter, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ed- j wards at Endicott. Mr. and Mrs. Bax- Pure Cod Liver Oil, pint . .59c rlontevl Cold Cream, jar ,39c Aromatic Cascara, 4 ounces 39c 5-grain Cascara Tablets, per 1 0 0 AW- are offering derl'nl values in ............ 23c these won- Store ing the business session refreshments I Mrs. Shav and Mrs. Putnam to judge were served and a social time enjoyed the pupils’ penmanship papers and by all. The February meeting of the local W. C. T. U. organization will meet on award the prizes. The first prize. 75c,, was awarded to 1 Harry Deucenburg in first grade; the second, 50c, to James Articles February. Drug 25c. to Warren Lougwell. eighth grade. Another contest will begin next week and close in June. Mrs. Ogdmi Putnam is in Watkins caving for her daughter, Mrs. Inez ^avv, who is recovering from an opera­ tion. during the month of I Wednesday afternoon. February 10. at I y/aters__ fourth grade. and the third, the home of Mrs. Ella Merritt. ‘The devotions will be conducted by Mrs Bertha Hunt and the program; which will be on Studies in Government, will be presented by Miss Uvusula Sworts. The Epworth League Society of the Methodist church will hold a Valen- ine social at the church - parlors on W/odnesrfav evening. February 10. The young people extend a cordial invita- i lion to all. There 'will be a charge of 2 0 c admission fee. Orville Beyea, of this village, fell «t his home ou Seneca street on Sun­ day evening. He had been outside to the wood pile to bring in wood and W'hile carrying in a large armful, he slipped and fell, falling with the 1 weight of the wood against his arm. Dr. Wright cared for the injury and it is thought that there are no broken hones' hut that the muscles of the arm below the shoulder are badly bruised. LOG c i t y Mrs. Fred Baker has been ill with the grip. Frank Burton, who recently pur­ chased a new 7 feed mill, 'is grinding 1 lowing is the menu: Meat loaf, escak his trips as per usual. Word was received from J. H. Pep- ■ per who is sojourning in the South for ; the winter. He reports fine wreather,. no coal wori’ies and lots of real estate I excitement. We wronder how many of. our Northern people will be holding the bag when the Florida real estate cat jumps out. Mrs. Emma Enos is keeping house, for Bert Eggleston aind family. Harry C. Moore is contemplating; making extensive improvements in his home in the near future. 1 William Restall is installing a radio set in his home. Ansley’s store is putting on a spe­ cial sale, making a reduction of 50 per cent on hardware, 25 per cent on drugs and 1 2 y 2 per cent on dry goods. * SOUTH P U L T E N E Y The South Pulteney Grange held a pleasant session Tuesday, February 2. Dinner was served by Mrs. 'William Ball, Mrs. Clifford Ball, Mrs. Roy Clark and Mrs. Leon Drewr. In the after­ noon an interesting program uvas -giv­ en in charge of the lecturer, Mrs. Ida Potter. Members responded to roll call writh talks on the proper manage­ ment of house and barn. An interest­ ing discussion on dairying was con­ ducted by William Ball. A plan is on foot by which each member shall con­ tribute one or more bushels of pota­ toes to be sold for the benefit of the Grange. Elizabeth Lyon is assisting in Gib­ son’s store. Mrs. Charles Hart is staying with Mrs. William Gibson. There was a good attendance at church Sunday in spite of bad weath­ er and roads. The pastor wrill preach next Sunday on “The Greatness of Lincoln.” A children’s sermon will precede the regular service. AtteuG- ; a nee at Sutiday school uvas 34. Let us 1 make it 50 next Sundav. The Boost­ ers are gaining in the attendance con­ test. ! Mrs. Charlie French is suffering ; from a fractured rib, the result of a I fall. i The Aid Society will meet at the ■ church February 17. Mrs. William Ball, w7ho is in charge of the program, asks that all members be prepared to respond to roll call. HIMROD The regular monthly meeting of the Ladies’ Aid has been postnoned one week. It will be held at the Ladies’ Aid Hall on Wednesday, February II. Dinner will be served at noon. Fol- Mrs. Clarence Tomion had as li-er guest over Sunday, her mother Mrs. Jeanette Babcock, from Geneva. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Daggett are car­ ing for a son which came to their home last week. The Grange will hold its next regu-! lav business meeting on Thursday eve- i ning, February 18th, in its hall. The business session will be short, and I after transacting the business, a social \ time will be spent, when an interest -1 ing program will be presented, and 1 light refreshments will be served. The public is cordially invited to come to; the social and enjoy the evening. A! silver offering will be received. ! Mrs. Ralph Pedersen, who had been 1 so seriously ill w7ith pneumonia follow-; ing an operation, has so far recovered ; as to be able to be removed from the S'. & S. Hospital to the home of her: father, Mr. Jensen at Ferguson's Cor­ ners, and is improving rapidly. I BARRING T ON Kitchen Cabinet Bargains. ^ Regular $47.75 cabinets only $32.75 now at Corcoran’s February sale. 6 w l feed for several of his neighbors. Miss Helen Morgan is visiting a few' of her former friends in Addison. The ice harvest is in full sway in this vicinity. Miss Arnold. wrho has been caring for Mrs. Cassin, is enjoying a few 7 weeks’ vacation. Over 20 young folk enjoyed a sleigh ride through this vicinity and were entertained at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Coral Morgan. Closing Out Sale Of radios now at Corcoran’s. loped potatoes, rolls, jello, pickles, cheese, nie, coffee, cabbage salad. Mrs. Ira Smith. Mrs. Charles Smith and Mrs. McCann have charge for the month of February. Albert Roney, of Far Rochaway. L. I.. and Mrs. Ralph Camp, of Syracuse, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Yost last week. Odd Dressers.. Big cut in prices now7' during Cor­ coran’s February sale. 6 wl On Wednesday, January 27th, Mr. ! and Mrs. Martin MacDowell celebrated j their 50th wedding anniversary. Cov-; ers were laid for 15, the dinner being \ served by their two daughters. Mrs. Gladys Mosher’s foster daugh-: ter, Gladys Winifred Huxley, was married January 30th to William Stan­ ley Leonard by Rev. Houghton, pastor of the Penn Yan Methodist church., The couple are now living in Penn I Yan. Mrs. Leland Gray and infant daugh-; ter, Evelyn, came home Saturday. Wednesday evening, February 3rd. the Christian Endeavor Society, o f; Barrington, had a birthday party at 1 the Grange Hall in honor of Dr. Clark. ! As it was the 45th birthday of Chris-.: tian Endeavor Societies one of the features was a birthday cake with 45 ! candles. Merrell Kenyon acted as i toastmaster and the following gave toasts: Annette Kenyon, James Tut-- tie, Franklyn Thompson, Leona Sis-; son and Howard Tuttle. An inspiring ■ talk was given by Rev. Holgate, pas- j tor of the Wayne Methodist church. About 50 were present. An enjoyable : evening was spent. PO T T E R jVIr. and Mrs. Clifford Simmons and Meryl Smith are in Ithaca this week and will spend several days as it is Farmers’, Week. Vernon Lafler shipped a horse to Tilton, N. H.. last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bird, of Water­ loo, are receiving congratulations over the birth of a daughter. Mr. Bird has recently undergone an operation for appendicitis. Mrs. John Eckert and son. of Naples, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eckert. There will* be a patriotic service in the M. E. church next Sunday eve­ ning. Rev. Ernest Warren will give an address on Abraham Lincoln. John Lafler is out again and running his car. Herbert Lathrop has moved in Har­ ry Whitcomb’s tenant house. ARE YOU BUYING OR SELLING REAL ESTATE? ] f so you will probably need the facilities of a Lank to handle the financial and credit end of the deal. This hank is in a position to give excellent service to all legitimate needs in the matter of purchase or sale of real property. No matter how larire the transaction ayc are pre pared to serve you quickly and safely within the hound!) of eonservatix'c hanking. Assemble your funds Avitli us, establish your credit and you av ill then he in shape to carry through yournego- tiations Avitli the greatest possible speed and the least possible friction and delay. Baldwins Bank o! Penn Yan P it h y P o in ters fo r Penn Y a n P e o p le PEHN YflN’S Fun and Facts F o r O u r Farm­ er Friends j V O L . I FEB. 10 Published in the in­ terests of the people of Penn Yan and the farm and farmers of the sur­ rounding vicinity by HORTON-VANN THEO & DAVE VANN Editors BEULAH DECKER Associate Editor farm lieve way, good outlook. W:e be- he’s right. Any- Lewis is a pretty farmer. o 0 * Wo are expecting re­ ports about the first robin within the next few 7 days. Call us up when you see one. We can sympathize with February. It’s a little short. We had an answ’er to last week’s problem from H. C. Shaw7, of Stockton, California. A postscript on his letter wras as follows: “P. S. —I attended the Penn Yan Academy in 1875, when R. C. Briggs was principal and B. II. Wright was one of the teachers.” “A g r e a t party, ’swhat the boys say of our farm implement and tractor school, h e ld Thursday. We’ve believed a lot of these radio stories. But Chas. Sprague tells us that he got a male quartet the other night, and with his radio set he Yvas able to tune out all but the tenor! Can you beat that one? How many of our readers remember Mr. Shaw? In w7hat business was he engaged in Penn Yan? Have you noticed that the days are getting longer? Have you fig­ ured out your income tax? Lewis Williams, of Rushville, made us a visit last week. Lewis is optomistic on the The hoys are busy to­ day unloading a car of McCormick grain bind­ ers. The McCormick’s look better than ever. Clarence Conley, one of our employees, has been ill for several days. Eggs won’t break in \Humpty Dunipty” car­ riers. Just what you need for bringing eggs to market. Household articles you can buy here at a saving: Mineral wool, 1 Brillo, Fyr-Prof stow polish, LcPage’s glue, in-1 oil, O’Cedar oil, silver polish, scrub brushes, coleman man-, ties, lamp chimneys, chair bottoms. If you like Penn .Van’s you will like Penn Van's hardware better. There’s only one way to keep from getting old, and that is to die first. Alfred Williams lias a n e w; Maytag Electric Washer. Old Gentleman (in Penn Yah trolley car): Has anyone here drop­ ped a roll of bills .with a rubber elastic around them? Yes, I have, cried a dozen Keuka College girls. Old Gentleman, (calm­ ly) : Well, I’ve just picked up the elastic. H o rton -Van Phone 196 P E N N Y A N , N , Y. TV r >Vv Quality plus Service Our Stock Consists of the Following to Meet Your Needs CAN W E H E L P YOU How About Your Dairy? Quisenfeerry’s Quality Creamery, 25% Protein •) Give I t a Trial For Results Gluten Feed Standard Bran Stock Salt Oil Meal, O. P, Standard Midds Dairy Salt Cotton Seed Meal Flour Midds Medicated Salt D O N O T N E G L E C T T H E P O U L T R Y TH E EGG PRODUCER Y o u r Care— plus—Quit e nfoerry’s Quality Feeds Quisenberry ’ s Buttermilk Laying Mash Quisenberry’s More E g g Scratch Grains F O R Y O U R W H O L E G R A IN NEEDS Whole Corn Cracked Corn Wheat Buckwheat Barley Oats Meat Scrap Scratch Grains Oyster Shells G U A R A NTEED FLOUR Occident, Hecker’s Superlative and White Light The BENTON CO-OPERATIVE CO. Benton, N. Y. <> W o Bellona, N. Y. , DRESDEN The regular meeting of the Seneca Lake Chapter, O. E. S., Thursday eve­ ning. Rehearsal after the meeting. Card, party at the Ingersoll House Friday night. Refreshments will be served. Miss Elsie Welker, of Rochester, spent the week-end at her home here. Mi*, and Mrs. William Norman, of Elmira, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schults, of Penn Yan, 'were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Norman Friday. James Steele, of Corning, is work­ ing\ on the Penn Yan branch during the absence of Conductor Lamb. Mr. and Mrs. Howard McCreary spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Sidney Primi, in Buffalo. Mrs. A. D. Predmore and daughter, Nettie, spent Saturday in Rochester. Mrs. A. H. Meaker has returned from Elmira where she was called by the illness of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Emmet Miller. Charlie Dunn, of Geneva, spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wood. •Harold Shalauske and Miss Edith Marlow, of Geneva, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Horton. Mrs. Harry Mills and daughter, Maiy Ellen, of Elmira, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jolly. S. Y. Longwell is visiting his son, Harry Longwell, in Albany for a few days. IT A L Y V A L L E Y Mrs. Howard Dun ton and son arc spending some time 'with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spencer, of Penn Yan. * Lottie Geer, of Brock port, was the week-end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Geer. Mr. and Mrs. William Gibsou, of Ingleside, are spending a few dap with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Briglin. Lula Eddy, of Ingleside, spent tlie week-end with her grandparents, Me­ an d Mrs. Ray W’ykoff. Mrs. Susie Wood, of Manchester, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wood. Mrs. Claude Wixom spent a fe\' days last week with her daughter, JMrs. Laurice Briglin, at Pine Hill, help 1 ing care for her little granddaughter, who has been ill. He*ward Simmons, of Penn Yan, was a week-end guest of his sister and fafl ily Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kennedy. Mrs. Oren Eddy and daughter, spent. Saturday and Sunday wit& friends at Bath. ther, Reduced Prices on Ruqs. Wonderful reductions in prices now at Corcoran’s February sale. 6 wl Rent through the Want Column. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lafler expect to / move soon back on their farm. Mrs. Alvina Dinehart. of Vine Val- 1 $30 00 R a d iola Speakers ley. who has been with Mrs. Bert i Only $19.75 now at Corcoran’s sale. Lafler, has returned to her home. ■ „ _ ..... 6 wl C a rd of Thanks. We 'Wish to express our sincerj* thanks and appreciation for the w# ing and effective work of all ou| friends and neighbors who helpe® save our home and contents fro® burning Thursday, January 21. Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Griswold,, * Branchport, R. D. 1, N. V. ------- o— ---- W a tch C o rcoran’s Windows For bargains in furniture during tbti* February sale. 6 wl * ------ -------- F e b ru a ry F u rn itu re Sale. Wonderful reductions in prices no* at Corcoran’s. 6 wl Ll ' I e 5# * s .LX I-.; t r*< $ :w: no . is I »

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