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s l ■ t*a,ge EigM CHRONICLE-EXPRESS, APRIL 7, 1926 PennYanPhone ^ 1 BELLONA N EW S OF THE COUNTY BRANCHPORT Library Notes. Through the courtesy'of U. P, Hed­ rick, vice-director of the New York State Experiment Station, we are in receipt of the “ Small Fruits of New York,” a beautiful, large, illustrated volume. We also have “ Grapes of New York,” “ Peaches,” aPears,” “ Plums,” “ Apple#,” etc., all of which are here for anyone to consult at any time. A few new books have been or­ dered for the library that will prob­ ably be on the shelves some Lime next week. The presentation service for the bringing in o f the Lenten otiering boxes will be held Sunday, April 11th, at the usual hour of service in St. Luke’s church. The church school and all of the yoiung people of the church are requested to be present. It is hoped that everyone will come and bring their Lenten boxes, that all may be presented at this time. Mrs. Ethel Hall Hughes and sons, Milton, Henry and David, are spend­ ing the week with her father, J. Mil- ton Hull, and aunt, Mrs. Jacques. Miss Maud Hibbard, of Penn Yan, spent Easter with her grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Hibbard. Mrs; Morris Pulver and son, Ray, spent part of last week in Syracuse, the guests of her brother and family. Mrs. Omcr Parker, o f Puiteney, spent all of last week the guest of her sister. Mrs. Leonard Harris. Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Boyd, of Dun­ dee, spent Sunday with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coughtry. Mon­ roe Evans returned home with his aunt for the Easter vacation. The Mothers’ Circle will meet April 13th with Mrs. Luther Turner. Each member is asked, to bring needle, thread, thimble and shears, as there is sewing to be done. Mrs. M. M. Lamb, who has been spending some time in Niagara Falls visiting her cousins, Mrs. Shull has returned to her home. Mrs. Sarah Lynn of Canandaigua is keeping house for Arthur Clute. Little Miss Geraldine, who is attend­ ing school in Canandaigua, is spend­ ing Easter vacation with her mother. Mrs Guy Kerries, son Robert, and daughter Margaret, are spending the week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brindley, of Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Turner had a family party for dinner on Easter day. Those present were Mr. and Ms. James Turner and family, of Dun­ dee; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Griswold and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Conklin and daughters. The book club will meet with Mrs. D. II. Hurd on Friday afternoon; study “ France’s Part in the Revolu­ tion.” Papers will be read on La­ fayette by Mrs. Coughtrey; on Franklin, by Mrs. Verdi Burteh; and on John Paul Jones, by Mrs. Clinton Hurlbutt. Answer roll call by quota­ tions from Franklin. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Boyd have moved into the house they recently purchased of Mrs. E. M. Stover. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Alexander have moved from the Russell farm to the Fullagar house Calvin Russell, of Cornell, is home for the Easter vacation. Mrs. Minerva -Snyder, of Chilli- cothe, Ohio. and Mrs, Hattie Boss, of Connecticut, are here caring for their mother, Mrs Hayes Newland, who is seriously ill. Her son, John New­ land, of Rochester, has also been here. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fitzwater. of Ithaca, spent the week-end with their relatives here. Howard Robeson, of Ithaca, spent Easter with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robeson. Do you know that we have over 10,000 rolls of wall paper in stock/ Wall paper suitable for any room in your house. New styles for kitchens, many dainty bedroom patterns, ceil­ ings of all kinds, and at very rea­ sonable prices. The new color blends with beautiful borders. Also linoleum and linoleum rugs, Axmili­ ster room size rugs, wool fibre rugs a,nd window shades. Be sure to see our upstairs slock before buying. We can suit you and save you money. PRESBYTERIAN. Easter was observed in this church Sunday morning. The church was beautifully decorated with Easter lilies, carnations and hyacinths. The pastor, Rev. Orvis, preached a very impressive sermon on “ The Lure of the Eternal.” The music by the choir of high order and showed care­ ful preparation under the efficient leadership of C. E, McCumbor. Nine were admitted to. church member­ ship. Service next Sunday morning at' the usual hour. The evening service, a union service, will be church beginning at 7:30. The Men's Class held their ly business meeting in the parlors last Monday night. The choir will meet lor rehearsal Thursday night with Miss Helen Barnes. The Friendly Bible Class will hold their business and social meeting Friday night with Mrs Willard Kel­ sey. Each member please bring some­ thing to cat and the necessary dishes for one. The Blue Bird Guild will meet on Saturday afternoon with Miss Helen Barnes. in this month, church METHODIST. Morning worship at 10:30. Sunday school at 12 m. Epworth League at 6:30. Evening union service in Pres­ byterian church at 7:30. The Epworth League will hold an apron social Friday evening at 7:30 o’clock in the parlors of the M., E. church. Everybody is invited, young and old. Come and have a good time. Every girl bring two aprons alike. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Orvis, of Homer, are spending a few days with their parents at the manse. The following young people are at their homes for the Easter vacation: Marjorie Taylor, of Syracuse Univer­ sity; Wilbur Turner, Alfred Univer­ sity; Elsie Reed, Russell Sage Col­ lege; Doris Barries, who is teaching on Long Island; Duane Anderson, who is an instructor in the Hornell schools; Clara Turner, who is teach­ ing in the Albion High School. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Porter and children, of Elmira, arc spending a few days with Mrs. Porter’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Barnes, Wilfred Gelder, of Ithaca, was at home lor over Sunday. Walter McIntyre has sold his house and lot on the East Hill in Bellona to Samuel D. Bill. Mr. McIntyre will move in the house* that he bought of Roy Bond. Mrs. Ansley and son, Lawrence, have returned to their home in Bel­ lona, after spending the winter in Penn Yan. Fanny Coffin, of Seneca Falls, wife of Elbert Coffin, was buried in Bel­ lona last Friday. District Deputy Grand Patriarch Frank W. Crosier will install the of­ ficers of Penn Yan Encampment, No. 1)8, I. O. O. F„ Friday evening, April 9th, Watkins Encampment, No. 38, Monday evening, April 12th, and Dundee Encampment Thursday eve­ ning, April 15th. Mr. and Mrs. Hadley and children, of Seneca Falls, visited their parents, Easter Sunday. Mildred Rorick, of Painted Post, is spending her Easter vacation1 with her grandparents. The members o f Kashong Lodge, No. 885 are invited to a public in­ stallation of officers of Penn Yan En­ campment, Friday evening, when Charles P. Brant, grand patriarch of the slate will be present. Come and have a good time a,t the apron social .Friday evening at the M. E. church. This is given by the Ep­ worth League but every one is invited. Girls: Bring two aprons (little or big) but they must be alike. Keep one out of sight and put the -other In a package. Boys: Bring your girl and a little change to buy ouc of these aprons. With the apron comes an entertaining partner for supper and, we all hope, a good time. Former Bellona Pastor Dies. Itcv. John C. Walden, pastor of the Clyde Methodist church and for two years pastor of the Bellona Methodist church, died at the Clyde parsonage Monday, April 5th. He leaves his widow; a son, Joseph, and three daughters, Mary. Olive and Dorothy, all at home. The funeral services will be held at 2 o’clock Thursday after­ noon from the church in Clyde with burial in the Bellona cemetery Friday. Mr. Walden was born in Allegany county 18 years ago. He had been in G A G E Burteh Bros. I poor health during the past year. Only 16 ol these Enaineloid sets _ ___ _.4 ___ _ left. A quarter pint can of Enamel-j oid, 28c; 1 nice soft Enaineloid brush.; 25c; and 1 book, “ The Joy uf Color.” 25c; total, 78c; all for 34c, while they last. Everything in Sherwin-Wil­ liams' paints and varnishes. Did you gel one of our calendars? Burteh Bros. 14wl W A Y N E Mr. and Mrs. Manley Bailey com­ menced keeping house on the Crosby farm on Monday, Mrs. Will Glover left Monday for Geneva Hospital for treatment. Joseph Eveland died on Saturday evening, aged 88 years. Funeral was held on Tuesday afternoon at the home. Mr. Evclaiul had resided many years in Wayne. Clark Eveland, of Italy-Naples, has been spending a few days here oaring for his father. Mrs. Erwin Crookston has been quite sick for the last week but is im­ proving. Jay Hal lock is shearing sheep for the farmers of this vicinity. Oscar Mickelsen, who has been em­ ployed at the Bellona Co-operative, a branch of the Benton Co-operative Association during the past v.ight months has resigned his position and is going to work for the George W. Peck Hardware Company in Penn Yan, where he was formerly em­ ployed for more than two years be­ fore accepting work at the Co-op­ erative. Chris Olson and family, who have been residing on the Millspaugh farm on the Pre-emption road, nave moved S T A R K E Y <!?<>•$ I T A L Y V A L L E Y Mrs. David Shay, of Naples, spent a few days last week with her brother, Charles Geer. Joseph Mona, of New York City, is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Elwell, Mrs. Carlton Wetherby has closed her school for a week’s vacation. Charles Elwell and Evelyn Trails are on the sick list, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Webster, of Pui­ teney, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs, David Yeoman. Mrs. Charles Geer was. called to Niagara Falls last 'week by the death of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Biehl. to the Parmenter farm in Beaton Center. Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Jensen are redecorating their home. Le Roy F. Fancett and family are moving to the Carl M. Jensen farm. Howard Lorev, who attends Syra­ cuse . University is spending his Easter vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James R. Loree. Mrs. William D. Beattie is spend­ ing a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hosier at Can-aga. Mr. and Mrs. William Wilde, of Canandaigua, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilde. Dr. II. J. Dean, of Dundee, has been testing cattle in this district dur­ ing the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Myrwn H. Smith, daughter. Agnes, and three sons are leaving this week for Dundee, where they will make their future home. Mr. Smith has been manager of the Ben­ ton and Bellona Co-operative Asso­ ciation during the past eight months, from which he has resigned. S E C O N D M I L O Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Ellis enter­ tained Mr. and Mrs. George Gates, of Elmira, over the week-end. Misses Gertrude.vand.xIJeu.a Ellis accompanied them home.' for the week i ' W E S T J E R U S A L E M Mr. and Mrs. Robert Traver have been ill with the grippe. The following young people, Hairy Curtiss, Weslcott Potts, Marjorie and Frances Andrews and Fred and Mar­ garet Sherwood, .are spending their Easter vacation at their homes. Fred J. Burk has a new Ford truck. i I 3 Cody Farm AviI! chicks, 19c. llw i Trie ladies of the Helping Hand will hold a social and supper at the church Wednesday evening, April 14th. Sup­ per will be served at 7 o’clock. The Easter offering of the Starkey Methodist Sunday school was nearly the Century Bible class givioig $10 of the amount. Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Ingram, who recently underwent an operation for mastoditis at the Penn Yan Ilospifial and whose condition has been so critical for the past few days, is now improved. A blood transfusion wris made Saturday and since that time the patient has Shown a marked improvement. The beautiful flowers so much ad­ mired at church Sunday morning wen furnished by Harry M. Putnam, ol Penn Yan, who spent Easter at his home here. Mr. and Mrs. C. R Brewer and chil­ dren spent Sunday at Canandaigua at the home of his brother, T. L. Brewer. L. J. Shoemaker and mother, Mrs. Viola Shoemaker, were Easter guests at the Howell'home -at Tyrone. Mrs. F. E. Upson spent Monday in Elmira. Several Starkey people are availing themselves of the opportunity of at­ tending the school of religious educa­ tion now in session at the Presbyter­ ian church, Dundee. Miss Wilma, Webster is spending the Easter vacation with friends at El mira. C. E. Allen, of Corning, spent the week-end with relatives here. Mrs. Peter Chadwick and Miss Ger­ trude spent last Wednesday in Elmira. Noble Connolly is driving a new Dodge sedan. The following pupils in Starkoy dis trict No. 3, who received 90% ant over in spelling for the month ol March, are as follows: Frances Dis brow 100, Mary Bailey 100, Nellie Everett 99, Benjamin Disbrow 98: Georgia Goundry 97, Ellen Brewer 94, Joyce Voorhees 94, George Brewer 93 and Alfred Cunningham 93. The -pu­ pils who had perfect attendance at school for the month of March are: George Brewer, Mary Bailey, Benjamin. Disbrow, Frances Disbrow, Howard Cunningham, Nellie Everett and Esther Everett. L A K E M O N T The Missionary Society will meet with Mrs. Margaret MacCalman on Friday afternoon. Miss Marian Chadwick, of Syracuse, is spending the Easter vacation witl her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Chad­ wick. Mrs. Katherine McMellen ant’ (laughter, Katherine, have returned to their home, having spent the winter in Elmira. Miss Joice Baldwin and Everett Baldwin, of Alfred, arc spending the Easter vacation at their home. John Shults, of Cornell, is visiting his brother, James Shults. Roscoe Wixson attended a Christian Endeavor meeting at Second Milo on Sunday. Dr. Summerbell is spending a few days in New York. School closed Friday at the Semi nary; also the district school, for tht Easter vacation. The death of Herbert Bohall took place in Elmira last week where In had been living this winter. Mrs. Martha Wheat has returned home after visiting her daughter at Roaring Branch, Pa. Milton Hanmer spent several day^ in Elmira last week. Miss Grace Searlos has accepted o position in the Home Bureau at Lock port. Miss Bernice Sleeper, of Reading, h spending a few days with Mrs. Robert Morris. The honor students in spelling dur ing March were as follows: Nadine Moon 98, Evelyn Palmer 97, Frank Humphries 95, Marian Andrews 93 Carroll Lewis 92, Ada Brink 90 and Karl Leloudv 90. The following pupils were present every day during March: Nadine Moon, Frank Humphries anc Carroll Lewis. C R Y S T A L S P R I N G S J. S. Faucctt spent Sunday with relatives in Bath. Leighton and Lyle Shaw arc driv ing a new1. Ford roadster. Mrs. George Margeson died at tin 8. & S. Memorial Hospital at Penn Yan on Saturday last without regain jug consciousness after an operation for appendicitis earlier in the week Warren Longwell has been out ol school for the past two months suf feving with rheumatism. . About 45 were present at the Par­ ent-Teachers’ Club, meeting Frida) night. The club voted to* purchase a first aid kit for the school’s use. Six new members were added to the roll John Hallock is in a hospital in Bath for treatment of eye trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Boorom and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Shawr attended the funeral of Mrs. Clara LaFever, of Dundee, Sunday. I T A L Y Mr. and Mrs. Earle Bergman and family, of Naples, were guests of hei parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence El well, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kennedy and family has moved into the Baptist parsonage and will work for Charles Geer the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Oren Eddy and family attended the double funeral of hei uncle and aunt, John Wykoff and Miss Minnie Wykoff, of Prattsburg, Sunday. Mrs. Zelda Eddy is on the road to recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Coons and fam­ ily expect soon to move into the house vacated by Edwin Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Elwell and fam ily moved last week to Rushville. C R O S B Y Harry Holland and Mrs. Jas. West are victims of the grip. William Robbins and family spent the week-end at Bellona. L. J. Beilis did not move back from Penn Van as reported last week be­ cause of the serious illness of Mrs. Beilis. Anna and Sarah Wasson, wiio at­ tend school at Corning, are spending the week at their home here. Mrs. Green and son, who have been with Harry McCabe, left last Saturday for their home in Geneva. Mr, Carpenter was on a business trip to New York City last week. through the Want Column.\ . * > • M I L O C E N T E R A little girl staying with us recently and laying her hand upon the diction­ ary said, “ This book tells about the words you don’t know.” Who can give a better definition? So we have been to the dictionary to get the mean­ ing of mystery and find it is something that we don’t know about, but hope to on Thursday evening when the Ep­ worth League will hold a mystery so­ cial in the community room. Games will be arranged for those ’wishing to take part. At, .6:30 a mystery supper will be ready and continue until all are served. The following is the menu: Dissolved' diamonds, an Oriental ■square, infant’s delight, Chinese cheese, commuuciation, cordial, pearl of the orient, a product of the desert, cupid’s rations, concentrated odors, flysbepsia.’s forerunner, condensed sweetness, small boy’s stand bys, a never failing dessert. Each article 5c. The pastor said in announcing this oil Sunday “ it would be a good supper” so wc will trust to his judgment. Come and see for yourself. Dr. W. W. Smith and daughter, Miss Laura, of Rochester, were recent ■guests of his brother, DeWitt Smith, and family. Mrs. J. L. Nichols, ovho has been in r Ithaca over a week, has returned home. She was accompanied by hei son, Harold Nichols, and his wife- and baby, who will remain here for ,a few lays. Our local school is having a vaca­ tion this week. A. C. Ansley, secretary of the Milo Telephone Co., will be in the Hollo- vell & Wise store on Saturday after­ noon, April 10th, to receive tolls and entals. A special service is being planned or the Epworth League Sunday night vhich will begin promptly at 6:30. Topic, “ Christ in the World’s Art.” This meeting will be interesting to -all Missionary Society for April will be nn Wednesday afternoon, April 14th. Supper will be served. This gather- ng will probably be in the commtmi- y room. The men’s Bible class are planning something for the last of the present month, so watch out or something will get you. Many of the Easter offering en­ velopes have not been returned as yet. Mr. Walker would like to have them til in by next Sunday if possible. W c will make a specially of wed- ding and birthday cakes, decorated to suit. Reynolds’ Bakcshop. 14wl HALL M A Y ’ S M I L L Mrs. Russell has sold her farm here. Hie expects to rent rooms in Penn fan. Mr... and Mrs. Clifford LaDue and diildreu have been visiting her broth­ er, Clarence Kennedy, and family in Juyanoga. John Mortensen spent the last of he Aveelcivith his parents.- Gus Hoffman has been spending a ew days in Elmira. Frew Hopkins, of Penn Yan, lias mrchased the Anna Rogers place a-nd expects to move there about the 15th. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis, aifd daughters* of Benton,, have been visit- ng her sisters here. - Howard Naragon, of Geneva,, is vis- ting liis aunt, Mrs. Mae* Naragon. vSelwy-n Keddle, who has been spend­ ing the-winter in Florida,-returned home Friday. Mrs. Lawson Rogers has been.spend- ng two- weeks with her parents, Mr. tud Mrs.: Wm; O’Brien, in Penn Yan. Mr. and Mrs. John Harrison, Jr., vho have, been spending the winter ,n Florida, have- returned home. Special fur Saturday, coffee cakes md kuchen at Reynolds’ Bakeshop. 14wl R O C K S T R E A M Mrs. Hunt spent Thursday in El­ mira. Miss Lclia Allen, of Gloversville, spent the week-end with her sister, vlrs. Arthur Wygant. Ladies’ Aid met on Thursday. A lue dinner was served but as the oads were so nearly impassible the ittendance was not as large as usual. Proceeds $8. It is said that wedding bells are -uued to ring in the near future. Mr. Howell was in Tyrone all of ast week. Bible classes meet with Mr. and Mrs. Love Thursday evening, April 8. The “Swastika” were entertained at lie home of Paul Hetfield on Satur- iay evening. A three-course dinner was served by the men of the club and games were also enjoyed later in the evening. Mr. Keady and sister entertained on Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Basold .and laughters, of Geneva, M. B. Keady and son, of New York City, and Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Barnes and daughter, of [lock Stream. I T A L Y H I L L Rev. Eugene S. Cole, pastor of the M. E. church, will conduct evangelis­ tic services at the church every eve­ ning this week at 7:30 o’clock. Miss Maude Cole, of Troy, Pa,., has charge of the singing. All are cordially in­ vited to attend these services. On account of illness in the com­ munity, the Eater services at the Bap­ tist church were postponed until next Sunday, April 11, at 2 p. m. Mrs. R. J. Dunn, Robert Dunn and Melvin Champlin are ill with the grip. D. L. Paddock and family, of Penn Yan, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Paddock. William Hugenor and family are moving from the McKie house', near Prattsburgh, to Philip Prosser’s farm. Percy Saltsman and family have moved to Herman Townsend’s tenant house. Mrs. Lydia Baldwin spent Sunday with her son, Alfred, and family a,t Rushville. N O R T H U R B A N A Communion will be observed at the Baptist church Sunday afternoon. All members are especially urged to at­ tend. The following officers were elected for the coming year in the Ladies’ Aid: President, Mrs. Marion Wood; vice-president, Mrs. James Best; sec­ retary and treasurer, Mrs. Hiram Cran­ ford . Raymond Wood is home from Gen­ esee for Easter vacation. Grace Harrison, Florence and Mary Wheeler and Fred Wheeler are en­ joying.Easter vacation. __ _____ UNION CONGREGATIONAL. Rev. James Sykes, Pastor. On Friday the Sunday School will stage a “mock circus with side shows” in the church basement. Gates open at 7. Big show at 8. This is a novelty and you should not miss it. Tickets on sale in strips of 5 at 25 cents. The 5-cent tickets will admit to the various side shows:. Large congregations assembled morning and evening on Easter Sun­ day. The church was very tastefully adorned with flowers and plants kind­ ly loaned by friends. In the morning the past-or spoke oin “ Resurrection,” Col. 3:1. “ If ye then be risen with Christ, seek those things which are above.” In the -evening, the choir rendered the sacred Cantata, “ The Risen Lord.” The collection amount­ ed to $21.28, and goes to purchase music for choir. This was a glad day in our church history, and the spirit of Easter was manifested. Next Sunday, regular morning service, when the pastor, will preach on “ Falling Short o f the Promised Land.” (Good Starters, but Bad Stay­ ers.) The talk to the children will be on “ The Radio,” Sunday .school at 12. Men’s Class in Odd Fellows' hall at noon. All arc welcome. Church bulletins were used on Sun­ day in church and will now be a regular feature of our service. Our friends are asked to familiarize them­ selves with the order of service and Vo take note of the notices of events of the week. It gladdens our hearts to See you at church. Let us see you regularly. ID E A S or ORDERS It is a good idea to consider the fact that anyone who has m oney saved and on deposit in a good sound bank,has apy material thing;\at his com m and which civilization has to offer; he is assured o f food, clothing, shelter and all other things whether necessities or luxuries. The ideas o f Industry, Frugality and Economy are worth your very earliest consideration, your future success or failure depends largely upon your solution of thes ae problems. Orders need hardly be mentioned here, you will get pel them from the people whom you owe. \Yre are in a position to be o f real service to such people Se as prefer to entertain Ideas rather than orders. Baldwins Bank ol Penn Van ;!> > V IV n1 \ p0pn ID □ D SENECA PRESBYTERIAN. Rev. Walter V. Watson, Minister. Sunday morning service at the us­ ual hour. The subject.of the sermon will be, “ The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil.” The church school will meet, usual, from 11:45 to 12:45, Christian Endeavor will be held at the chapel at 7 p. m. The leader will be Miss Mary Koff, the subject, “Christian Love.” On Thursday evening will be the first of a scries of mid-week meet- A special opportunity for □ e S e r v i c e T o Investors i I 1,1 a t'C'c v-h° K1\' \“ n How well informed are you as to the status of the t , bonds and investments which you are holding? i I The shrewd investor will appreciate all of the available $ D □ information pertaining to the value, standing and secur- h i ity of his holdings. He will appreciate the wealth of I i Hc|c information concerning his investments which lie at his disposal at our office. Here you will find the latest statis % l l pli tical information governing every class of securities i ever offered for public sale in the United States, This i D □ includes the price range for the last ten years, the in- j D n vestment position ratings, dividend records, earning l 1*T IK’I11 vvi-n t-(l 1 pi'i*v 'flu’ Hu’ 1 llVl'S* »ml 110*1 1 |5 I'1’ TIi capacity, etc., all compiled from the latest and most re- I mgs study of the Bible is offered at these meetings, as well as other features of interest and inspiration. A good at­ tendance is urged for Thursday night. The meeting will be held at the chapel at 8 o-’clock. On Saturday, April 10th, the an­ nual dinner and congregational meeting will be held at the church. All members of the congregation are invited to the dinner, and expected to be present at the meeting follow­ ing. Reports for the year will be given, and three trustees elected, in place of those whose terms expire. The cantata, “Hasan,na,” was given in a successful and pleasing way by the choir on Easter morning. Mrs. Howard Turnbull was a most helpful and charming addition to the usual .corps of singers; Solo parts were sung by Mrs. Turnbull, also by Mrs. E. L. Bristol, Rev. Walter Watson, Mrs. Edwin Haslett, Harry Onder- doilk and Frank E. Rupert. liable sources. D □ This service is maintained for the benefit of invest* i ! a D ors and prospective investors in Yates County without any charge whatsoever. For your own peace of mind i i D D why not avail yourself of this service? We will gladly assist you in checking over your present holdings or con- B D templated purchases without placing you under any ob­ ligation whatever. Sw a rthout TELEPHONE 510 116 MAIN STREET noH D n e E n n e e o n E m n n H o n e e a D e e n o e e a a e e n D H o n e e o D H D a iE Y o u r N e i g h b o r H a s , Mrs. J, A. Robson spent, a part of last week in Rochester, at the home of her brother, Thomas Rupert. Miss Dorothy Dixon entertained last Wednesday at a bridge party in honor of her guest, Miss Mildred Routhe. Mrs. Sidney B. Reed spent a few days, last week as the guest of Mrs. W. C. Mead. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Rupert have been guests for several days of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Ru­ pert. Donald Rupert, of Cornell Univer­ sity, is spending the vacation at his home. Pupils at Geneva High School and Penn Yan Academy are having vaca­ tion this week. The Hall school is also having a week’s recess. The following teachers are spend­ ing the spring vacation at their homes in Hall: Miss Margaret Gil­ lette* of Flint; Miss Marjorie Swart­ hout of Penn Yan Academy; Miss Jane Robson, of Buffalo Normal; Miss Ethel Sykes, o*f Scottsville; Miss Dorothy Kinner, of Ferguson; Miss Ethel Crosier, of Elmira Heights. Misses Harriet Dorman and Edith Robson, of Cornell University, are at their homes for the week. Mrs. Minnie Trevall, of New York City, was a guest last week at the home of Wm. Black.: Mrs.’ Charlotte Rice1, who has been spending a number of weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Rexford; has returned to the home of her brother, Sherman Whitney. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Wissc have moved to their new location on the Office farm. Mr. Wisse will work this year for Orson R. Robson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robson spent several days recently at the home of Mrs. Mary Gage, of Bellona. Mrs. Robson recently broke one of the bones of the wrist in a fall. Miss Dorothy Dixon and friend, Miss Roulh, of Mt. Holyoke, returned to college Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Rcnwick are having extensive re-decorating done in their new home on Dixon Ave. Mrs. Minnje Stokoe and daughter, Ethel, are settled in their house on Main Street, after spending the win­ ter in rooms in Mrs. Lizzie Johnson’s home. A dancing party will be held in Association hall Friday evening. York’s full orchestra will play for both old and new style dances. Mrs! Wm. Turnbull, Mrs. Bruce Jones and Mrs. C. -N. Kikkert suf­ fered slight attacks of the grippe last week. The regular meeting of the Grange, will be held on Saturday evening. Each member is asked to be prepared with a short story or joke to be giv­ en in answer to roll-call. There will also be a question-box and the giv­ ing of degrees to- candidates. Mrs. Howard Turnbull has charge of the music. The Mission Study Class -on Latin America will meet Tuesday after­ noon, April 13th, at the home of Mrs. J. S. Whitney The last two chap­ ters of the books, arc assigned for reading. There will be a special fea­ ture at this meeting. Mrs. Susan Platman, of Bellona, is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. George Hewson. Mr. and Mrs. Hewson, as well as Miss Jane Hewson, have been ill with the erippe. 4 i n Farm LIGHT & POWER Plant M a n u f a c t u r e d a t Radio Headquarters KDKA KYW KFKX WBZ vj ) F YOU want first-hand information about the i b e s t lighting p lant in the world let u s give you the names o f a few W e s t in g h o u s e ow n e rs nearby. Y o u ’ ll be surprised, perhaps, to know that they would part with their automobiles before they’d give up e l e c t r i c lig h t . T h e y will tell you how easy the Westinghouse plant is operated, and how easy t o obtain, and how econom ical it is. t W a n t the p r o o f? W e ’l l b e glad to furnish it. J. L. CLEAVER, Distributor 4 i Next Door to Sampson Theatre, East Elm Street Telephone 338-J Penn Yan, N. Y. grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Warren Goundry. Palmer Goetz and friend arc guests ovur Easier of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce P. Jones. Mrs. Johnson, of Geneva, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Croucher. Marylyn Feaglvs is spending a few I sa” 1.I,lg\_ , , . till \\[ days with her grandmother, Mrs.! Miss Mary Itoach, •,vho has been» Carrie Feagles. HIMROD Bert Silliman, of Moreland, vasH8 recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hair? Silliman. Mrs. Lee DuVall, who recently turned from the S. & S. Hospital, f « tr Rev. James Sykes will address a community meeting at Dresden on •Wednesday night, taking the sub­ ject, “ Humor.” The young people of Charles Wil­ sons’ Sunday school class were en­ tertained by their parents at a ban­ quet Tuesday evening, April 6th. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Onderdonk, of Seneca, are the parents -o-f a son, Thomas Edward, born Easter morn­ ing. i. S E C O N D M I L O lias returned to her studies in \$ dee high school. Mrs. George Bancroft and datigblj Miss Leona Bancroft, of PrattsbuiF motored to Himvod last week to visa Mrs. Bancroft’s brother and wife, ^ and Mrs. H. S. Voorhees. Miss Leanj1 Bancroft is editor of the PiultstoiVr News. Misses Leona and Rosalea DePajJ of Sodus Point, were in town Sund»‘ Elmer Thomas was taken to va City Hospital Monday where ™ will undergo an operation. Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Watkins are^ Si. si1\ a 2 ;v ': ^-10. N fi t>sV (j t A |; ai Th< od> p «i rill,. The Home Bureau will meet with Mrs. S. M. Rector April 14 at 10 a. m. Dinner nvill be served. The lesson on making paper flowers will be given in the morning and the one on nutri­ tion in the afternoon. There were 111 present at Sunday school last Sunday when the contest between Himrod and our school closed. Himrod was defeated by quite a large majority. Marion Roe* of Horseheads, is] A large assortment of rolls and FRIEND Miss Marjorie Comstock, of town, j s spending her Easter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Comstock. e ,fr Junior Hoban, of Penn Yan, isj1; iting his grandparents, Mr. and B. N. Botsford. . Miss Martha Comstock is in Yan ill with the mumps. 4 4 4 4 ♦ 4 •t spending a week at the home of huri buns to be had at Reynolds’. 14wl Penn Yan Locals Always Inside Page. . ___________ — t 1 nit, Uaf uni has Vur Ui,. con Ida, I? i v i I - - <• . \

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