Pi-mi Yan Phone 123 %» , . V • • 1 ... Yr CTmONTCT/P-BXPBTCSPh APRIL 7, 1926 Page Three 1 ^ F R I D A Y A N D S A T U R D A Y asa *J| .< T t W V4* Tires i I Additional Locals I r ♦ i i ♦ i Church Adopts Building Plans. iv . i (Continued from page thirteen.) Miss Gladys Bush entertained at a variety shower i'or Elsie Jorgensen Saturday afternoon. Sun Visors For All Cars —j WEED CHAINS and Repair Parts These are just a few j EVEREADY 45-VOLT examples of Smith Values. Thousands Mot,e RADIO >*.¥y- The Walker Bin Company started on full time April 3rd, having been work ing but eight hours a day since Janu ary 1st. ? P> BATTERIES A big comfort in! sun or storm. Keg. i 33.50 value. Smith ' ' fSpe- ^ ~ ►n) i S l i 9 B W e carry a large stock. ■ All sizes. BIG REDUCTION A w a it Y o u r Selec tion' in Our Stores mad S STORAGE BATTERIES FULLY\ GUARANTEED Heavy Plate S.ix-V olt $ 11 . Radio Heavy Duty 125-Amp. $ 1 5 8 . 5 0 < l Inside Spot Lamp i This Dash Lamp is for Open or Strong, heavy, short Closed Cars -m.d l/ ,n!;y: A;\\ - tg. . a ^ tinned sv/itcn and bulb. Rear View Mirrors lit-vvietl French iilate.l Special buy ............ 8 5 c 4: 5 0 R o tary W ater Circulating Pump for Fords Our frice . . . . . s a d $ 5 8 . 0 0 PEERLESS TO! / ■L - _ tK;(l|C.r^Udt L‘Vj^_. - P^erl^s 8\i n>rdov l Dressing H9 ■ J ..... #. i^r'l Si *•'*tijy/.i.xy., ( v.irni&h f • , _ * 4 . ii- .»“■* • J —^* D R E S S I N G Dress up .your lop , 60c can LINING DYf- 60c can TOUCH UP BLACK Sisark * :«r Connecsinj !2Gd Eahhei Wrerch SPECIAL P m g s lyA-irt. AC 10# 5 Ford ... «r e AT 3 9 C L E T |J S FOR ONLY C H A R G E ' Y O U R . . . . . « . * . • • • B A T T E R Y . . . . . 7 5 C T I R E Mn. • . GENUINE E-A HORNS . Motor-driven Electric. Regular $6. $ 2 . 9 5 . Safety Oiling System . tor Ford. Reg. $2.50. ^ iS <2 „ r D R Y Cl-ILLS. 3 for Victory Ham mered Piston Rings, Plain, or Oil Groove, PUMPS Little Devil 6 9 C Sturdy and Reliable Others Priced Accordingly z W o o d Creeper with tool travs, * / 7 1 S 1 .7 5 T rouble Lamp Ccrv.plottO'- m p u 6 E. MAIN ST. ’Phone 632 m i L . m A\*# JACK GASCOIGNE, Manager. Opposite BIRKETT MILLS OPEN MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS SUNDAY MORNING 9 TO 12 Also Stores in Jamestown, Elmira, Canandaigua, Geneva, Buffalo, Loclcport, Niagara Falls. 4m »> rt* dfc&'.i iSiJvA' V* SEDAN f, o. b. factory Full force-feed lubrication, air cleaner, gasoline filter, oil purifier, twin flywheel — plus 4-wheel brakes, full balloon tires and 5 disc wheels included at no extra cost. This Special Six model—a car of distinctly exceptional quality —has the LOWEST PRICE ever placed on a Nash Sedan* P e n n Y a n - e n e c a S t. N o s h C o . Renn Von, N. V. Associated Dealers: BAKER & PALMER, Dundee The Penn Yan-Rochester auto \bus line ' slanted making trips again the first ol’ this week. Winter weather prevented their regular schedule. ^ Rev. 3.G. Houghton, the Methodist pastor, and Rev. W. H. Wheatley, the iocal Baptist pastor, each officiated at 11 funerals during the month of March. During the past winter the number of deaths in the village limits has been larger in proportion than the number in the rural communities of this coun ty. / The meeting of the men’s club of St. Mark’s church, which was to have 3v.cn held this Wednesday evening, has >ceu postponed on account of the ill-* ness of Dr. Tuthill. Monday evening, April 19th, the juniors of Penn. Van Academy will present two one-act plays: “The Hap py Day,” by O. Roberts, and “A Girl io Order/’ by B. W. Springes. Tickets are on sale, by the members of the class, price 50 cents. Rev. and Mrs. Houghton will attend ihe funeral of Rev. Joh,ii Walden at Clyde Thursday and then go on and spend the afternoon with old friends in Wolcott. Robert, their son, who is pending the Easter vacation there, yi IP return home with them. ' Some 300 people attended the an nual Easter party held, by the Penn Van Council, Knights of Columbus, in the Masonic Temple Monday .night. Excellent music and decorations to gether with a fine program, made it the best the council lias ever held. j /. > » v L A '.V I.*. A V> Mrs; William H. Hopkins ' passed away at her home in Waverly Monday. Her husband jived in Penn Yan and was a painter in the P.irdsell factory, located many years ago on head street. He left here some A 0 years ago, though he frequently visits his friends in town. Two girls from this section of the county were reported to have picked up a ride from Penn Yan to Elmira Sunday. While attempting to get back home they joined a party, the members of which were arrested, by the Elmira police. The parents of the children were notified and drove to Elmira aft- . er them. r j “Buttbr” Reed and “Charlie” Wil- . i . . kins'are betting on the ice going out of Lake Keuka by the 10th ■ of this month,-!: Saturday. In the-memory of the' oldest residents here'the ice has never ferpained in ,the lake longer than April iuih. l’t looks’now as if all records: AYduld,-,be .broken, for the ice is just beginning to break up in the vicinity of Bluff Point. (Continued from page nine.) The second floor of the hall With 1 the main entrance from Chapel street will be faced with the same stone that is used in the church. The present west end of the Sunday school room will be taken out and the stone used on the front of the new part. As you enter there will be a good sized lobby villi an educational director’s desk and back from that a, private .office for committees and records. It will not. be possible for anybody to enter the building without being checked up. On entering to the left will be a mom U feet square which will be a woman's and girl’s cloak room. To the right will be a men’s and boys' cloak room which can also be used for a small game room and a class room if neces sary. Directly back of this row of rooms which arc along the front will be the hall. It will be 41 feet wide and 57 feet long. At one end five feet evill be taken off for a small stage and two Iressing rooms. This stage may be enlarged by a four-loot platform that will throw it out to nine feet in depth and 20 feet in width. The real playing space in the gym nasium will be 32 feet by 52 feet with IS fecit in the clear head room. Along each side of the hall will be bleachers for spectators. Also the rooms .at the eiUl and the stage will be so arranged that they may be used for spectators Along the north side 'will be a six-foot balcony. In all .there will b.e seating i'or from three to four hundred spec- * a,tors Eif a game when the floor is ir; use. For plays, motion pictures and jutertainmonts it will be possible to accommodate from five to six hundred folks. The hall will be modern in every way. The west eild and south -side will be of cinder blocks and a stucco finish outside. There will not be any posts in the bowling alleys as steel eye beams nvill be used for the span of 25 feet thus giving a clear view of the playing. There will not be any posts in the gymnasium, thus giving clear view of ■all play and recreation. The following committees were ap pointed Tuesday evening to have full charge of the building and equipping and it is hoped that ground may be broken by June that the work may be complete for fall use. More than $28,- 300 has already been subscribed to the work which wid cost in the neighbor hood of $35,000. The official board* voted the pastor two Sundays 4-0 go anvay and rest aft er the strenuous work of the winter. The board asked Sidney Ayres to sup ply both Sunday mornings as there will not be any evening services. Mr. Houghton announced he would go away April 25 and May 2 a,s on the first date the union evening service will be in the Baptist church and on May 2 will be the regular community union service in the Presbyterian church. Mr/Houghton is planning to spend the time at his parents’ homo in Canada. Sporting News BLUFF POINT ' Sunday school at .i i o clock. Preach ing service at 12 o’clock. Ep1 worth Cordon Simpson beginning the first of. this month is presenting in this section a line- of clothing made by the Nagor Clothing Co., of Reading, Pa., which line li^is just been adopted by one of the locgl dealers. This com pany- is manufacturing clothing cf a patent - material* ’which is said to be waterproof and to withstand extreme heat and fire without showing any det rimental results. Monday morning Sheriff Milton L. Rapalee a,nd his asisstants were called to secure a man who until several months ago was a patient at the Wil lard.-State Hospital. The man, had been staying avith relatives-in Penn Van and Stanley but finally decided to take a ride on a bread truck to Bath, Near the Jones sand bank the sheriff tried to prevent his proceeding on the trip, but he met avith such vig orous resistance that it was necessary League meeting on Thursday evening at 7:30. Richard Porter will be the loader. The W. F. M. Society will meet with Mrs. Man dune Coates on Wednesday, April 14, at 2 o’clock. On April. H at 7:45* o’clock there will be shown an eight-reel film en titled “A Man Without a Country/' This entertainment is under the aus pices of the men’s class. No admis-. sion' will be charged. An offering will be taken. Phillip Pepper was brought from the hospital to his mother’s, Mrs. W. J. Pepper’s, last week Tuesday. He is. gaining slowly. Emerson Chalmers and three children, cf Buffalo, are spending the vacation at her father’s, John Conk lin’s. Margaret Conklin, of Elmira, was at home for Easter. Mrs. Saunders Stewart is ill. Alfred Jorgensen is suffering with sciataca. Bobby and Forrest have the grip. Four members of Hans Anderson’s Mrs. . The action of James T. Dolan, of Penn Y;m, against Hugh Wylie, of Naples, has been dropped. The ac tion was started over a contract of sale for the purchase of the Dolan shoe store in this village, by Mr...Wy lie, in which he failed to fulfill his part of the contract. In Mr. Wylie's answer to the complaint, he stated that he was under the influence of strong liquors given to him by Mr. Dolan, when he signed the contract. Mr. Wylie has now given a sworn affidavit that his answer to the com plain t was false, and that he never received' any intoxicating liquors, and that he #was sober when he signed the contract.—Geneva Times. »>♦« MICHAELS-STERN TO HAVE FAST BALL TEAM. The Michaels-Stern Co. Baseball Club of Penn Yan held a meeting on Thursday night and officers were elected for the coming season. Paul Moll en d o r f, superintendent of t h <• firm at Penn- Yan. was ejected presi dent; Elmer Bassagv, secretary and treasui-^f^Dick” Clawson, manager; and “Ham” Carey, captain. Plans Tire under way for an oven better season than iast year. A stronger and faster team will he put in the field, with a few new players added to the line-up. Only lb st-ckes semi-pro teams will be played. The “Clothiers” are trying to- revive the .* . ■ old-time interest taken in baseball by the fans of Penn Yan, Seymour Purdy, secretary of the Fair Association, has. assured then; the full use o f the diamond for games to be played on Saturday aficniDons. Return games will be piaved out of town. Complete remodeling of \hc diamond and out field will be under way as soon as weather permits. Only good reliable teams which can give a good brand of ball and live up to their contract need write \for games. Address Mgr., Michaels- Stern Co., Penn Yan, IN. Y. Wheat Middlings There is nothing better to make the young pigs grow, than Middlings. W h ile Flour Mid- rt|- itki.n about the tilings, made irom Winter Wheat are the best and they cost no more than the standard ■ W estern Middlings made from Spring Wheat. i W h en you buy 1 quality. Make some compari sons. W e have a big stock of W h ite Flour Middlings and van take care of your wants. : The Birkett Mills i i PENN YAN, N. y. “ CLOTHIERS” LOSE TO HAM- MONDSPORT. ' The Michaels-Stern Go. basketball team of this village lost its last git-ac of the season to the Hnmmomispart five on the latter’s court Monday night. Score 35 to 31. The game v/as rough and fast throughout. Last week Monday the local team defeated, the I-Iammondsporl hoys mi the local court, 27 to 20. Seed Beans . TR1JAX Strain of RED K ID N EY Inspected during the grow ing season by the N. Y. State College of Agriculture ami “ practically free anthrav- reporled from blight a n tl The Friend Husband Again Hugh Walpole was1 approached at' a tea by a gushing woman who nslmd him to name his favorite among books, adding helpfully, “Personally, I think you have done nothing better than ‘Sonia’.” “That may bo.\ said Walpole, “but I did not write ‘Sonia’.\ Whereupon the woman’s ■husband, standing behind her, broke in'with tt cheerful “Stung again. Isabel.’’ nose. average of two ger mination tests made by the Geneva Experiment Station was V7.50<,\ Yield 1V25, 32.5 bu. per per 1(10 lbs. Bags s Rent through the Want Column. acre. $10.75 f reO. 5% discount on all orders received before May 1st. ■ ' A. V. VAN LIEW Trmnansburg, Tompkins Co. New York II w2 ® A Penn YaiCs Greatest Value Giving Store. S P E C I A L S A Gold rw\ i . U R D A Y Crockery Six Cups Six Saucers Six 7-inch Plates Six (,-inch Plates Six 5-inch Plates Six 4-inch Fruits Six Oatmeals 1 L a d ies’ Silk S tock in g s 2 9 c v 0 air, ail colors Saturday Only The time to get your Summer Supply to secure a.id. It took some four or . five men to finally handcuff the man. i i&wdy arc sick. _ He has been retained to the hospital. I Henry Brown is slmyiy lecovenng from an accident in whicn he sustain ed severe bruises. -Will Carr and family visited at Mrs. Carr’s father’s, George Andrews’, ol Ba r ri n g t o n, Sun d a. y. Lewis H. Elliott and family have moved from Penn Yan into the Barrow apartment. Mrs. Orm Moore is at home. Herbert Whitney evas called to Jack- son, Pa., on Saturday owing io the sud- j den death of his father. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Louie, of Corn ing, spent Easter with her father, Jas. Beard, who is now under the doctor’s care. Easter exercises were unusually in structive and entertaining. The selec tions by the junior choir, composed o members ofvEdith McDermott’s class, were well rendered. The Philathea Class will serve a supper Friday evening, April 16th. Watch for further notice next week. The photo play taken, from “The Man Without a Country” will be given at the Bluff Point M. E. church Wednesday, April 14th, at 7:30 o’clock. The Men’s Class welcome. Come. Try Reynolds’ coroanut mond macaroons:. ofmihG^en,.cnt C h o c o l a t e s 1 9 c; pound Saturday DON’T FORGET! W e have Specials Every Day This Month About 100 members and friends of the House Bible Club enjoyed the an nua} Easter party held in the parlors of the local Methodist church Monday evening. A splendid dinner was served at beautifully decorated tables while the Thompson-Cornwell orchestra play ed several selections. Following this •ivas the program in charge of Mrs, Clyde Bigelow and including the. ex cellent orchestra music, a reading by, Mrs. Anna Dorsey on “Origin of East er/' two saxophone, solos by Waldron Spear, two clever readings by Dur- ward Skiff, vocal solos by Darwin Spear and remarks by Mrs. Mattie House, teacher cf the class, and. Rev. S. U. I-Toughlon, pastor of the church. Tliis class has given a $100 Easter offering to the Williamsvillo Home for habit's and children. All. present en joyed 'a delightful evening. bids all and al 4/1 YVl Monkeys as Pets KEUKA . -Jr. and -Mrs. Fred Johnson, h-L'v he i who in in Florida, for the winter, litiled home Saturday. ,/\ • ;>ni1 Mrs. Richard GhvisfieW ^iv-i ”u0;ds °f friends in J'**- dimmer is here to i*n- jxivking her 1111,1 h o n /enmVV ,0 Rockr'Sler, liev tu. &Iv. ami Mrs, Charles Roce have ' moved from the Cleaver place to the i home of his father. . S. V. D. Fish and F. W. Switzer were : in Bradford Monday/ Mrs. Zimmer will have an auction of household goods pn Saturday, April , 30th. Robert Cleaver and family, who have been in Florida for' the. winter, returned home on Wednesday. Our school closed Friday for a Week's vacation. The teacher, Miss 1 Bennett, is at her home in Pratts- burgh. Leland and Alva.b Sackett, who have been attending court at Bath, have returned home. Claude Canfield began his summer's work for MaK Hoover April 1st. Mr. a-nd Mrs. Silah-Fisli entertained on Easter Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dunn, of Grove Springs, Mr. ami Mrs. F. W. Switzer and Mr. and Mrs. 1). S. Pul- ver, of this place. Average Husbands. “I heard there were a lot of had men in this town,” remarked the trav eler who was touring the West. “ Well, mister,” replied the native of the flourishing city of Holster, “ it don’t pay to listen to women's gossip.” ought and Paid For. tt Monkeys are natives of warm cli mates and cflirnot endure a low temperature, therefore they should be provided with heated quarters, at least during cold weather. If the animal is to lie confined continually the cage should not he less than- four feet in each dimension. The cage should be entirely tight with only the front wired —thus preventing draughts, which are fatal to these animals. The following a diet: I * <$> <i> $ i i <5> '5 $ $ £ Y 0 M |V >! is prescribed as a diet: Vegetables, raw or cooked1; boiled rice, ripe fruit —bananas, oranges, sweet apples; stale bread, occasionally a bit of well cooked chicken, fresh milk to which „ , , , _ raw egg has been added; water should Bought her flowers, candy, ,|e Iirovtded at all times.-Washing- um Star. Jack: a ring and took her to three shows, did | you? No wonder you’re broke!” Harold: “ Yes, I'm still paying for the kiss I thought I stole.” 1 Rent though the want column. To prevent gap^s among your poul try. move their run to a new placu this year. $ X S) § v X >2 And Your Old Coffee Pot Gets This Lovely Four-Piece Aluminum Coffee Set x .. < This is the biggest bargain on the market. Think of a beautiful nine-cup Electric Percolator (a genuine <t> IIold-Heet Percolator, guaranteed for two years), with | panelled creamer and sugar bowl, and a fourteen-inch 4 heavy aluminum tray, ail for $6.75, or $5.75 if you turn % in your old coffee pot, regardless o f condition. This offer % cannot be beaten! 4 <*> <$> <5> 6) 115 ELM STREET PENN YAN, N. Y. /• A i . , ;/1/. ; — - 7 I , - ; % ' * . Vf .