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- * i _ i »■ — \ CHRONICLE-^KPRESS, P 6 N N Y A N , N . Y „ J U N E 17,1926 Telephone 1 ?^ P U L tlN E Y W A Y N E The graduating class of this district comprising the towns of Reading, Orange, Tyrone and Wayne schools will be held in the Wayne Baptist church Monday night, June 21st. Mrs. Louise Grimes has gone to spend some time with her sister, Mrs. Whitehead, in Bgtb. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Earnest and daughter, Jean* of Lancaster, Pa., spfept a few days last week at the-, lidhae of. the(r parents, Mr. and Mrs. Q. Aj-^arn^st, Mrs. Earnest -arid Jean re­ maining for a longer visit. Mrs. Mary Bailey has returned home after spending a week with her son at Oaks Corners. Mrs. Sarah White returned to her home in Bath. Sunday after spending several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Stanley Swarthout. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Turrine and Mr. and Mrs. Dean and sou, of near Tvumansburg, were at the home of William Crosby on Sunday. The Ladies’ Aid of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs. Charles VanGorden June 24th in the afternoon. Supper will be served. June 8 , 1926. Too late for last! issue. Mrs. Mary Bailey went Sunday to spend a. few weeks with her son at Oak’s Corners. Mr. and Mrs. Gcorg 6 Lee, of Painted Post, and Hallie and lUa Lee, of Cani- steo, spent Sunday with Mrs. Eveland. Mrs. Packard entertained her moth­ er, two sisters, a nephew- and a niece from Woodhull over Sunday. BENTON CENTER v Methodist Episcopal Rev. H. S. Munyon, Pastor ‘ Children's Day morhing service at 10;3D o'clock, with a special sermon by the pastor; subject, \The Part of the Church in the Child's Future.\ In the early part of thfS service the pas­ tor w ill baptize the children. The pas­ tor will give a brief address and story for the children/ Sunday school at 11:45 a. m. Preadhing service at Voak M. E church at 9 a. m. There will be a re ception of members at this sendee and the children’s address. Children's Day at Vpak was a suc­ cess, the children being especially well trained. The fliusic was good and a fine offering was received for educa tional work. The exercises to be held next Sunday evening in the Benton M. E. church by the Sunday school will be worth at­ tending, the program will consist of recitations, music and exercises in which the entire school will partici pate. The exercises will begin at 7:30 ♦ ST A R K E Y Children's Day will be observed by the Starkey Methodist Sunday school Sunday evening. A good program is being prepared. - Mrs. F. E. Upfion is in Ithaca this 'week where alio will attend the 15th anniversary of her xdasa at Cornell University. Theodore Kolb and family, of El­ mira, are now at their summer home. Mrs. Frank Tinney and little son, Ellis, of Gage, were at the home of her parents, tyr. and Mrs. H. E. Ingram, last week.* : Mrs. Jay McDougall spent the week­ end 'with her parents at Horseheads. Mrs. Charles Champlain and daugh­ ter, Marion, of Syracuse, have come to spend the summer vacation at the Lare home. Ernest Billson and children, of El­ mir 9 , and Mr. and Mrs. T. Billsou, of Penh Van, spent Sunday at the Voor- hees home. Mrs. E. H. Bailey spent Friday at QafUun, Pa., the guest of her mother, Mrs. Landon. GAGE The services Sunday at the Baptist Church will be as follows: Preaching by the Rev. Thomas J. Hunter at 10:30 a. m. Subject: \A Godly Influence.” Preceding the sermon a short talk will be. given for the boys and girls. The Bible school will ineet a t ' l l ; 45. The Christian Endeavor meeting will be omitted. And at 7:30 p. m,, the con­ gregation is invited to attend the ex­ ercises conducted by the members of tho, Bible school in the Methodist church. The services for Children's Day held in th^ Baptist church Sunday were in­ teresting. In the morning a special sermon was preached on the value of the Bible, and its wonderful influence on th^t people and nations. There w.ei;e special musical selections by; some of the young people. I* the evening a program* consisting o t recitations, ex ercises, Singing, and a rose drill, were creditably carried out by meiubers of the Biblp school, there was a large attendance, and the floral decorations were beautifully, arranged. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Bap­ tist church will hol’d a tea meeting at the home of Mrs. Anna Newcomb on Thursday afternoon, to which the pub lie is invjLed. As this will be the first tea meeting of the season a large at tendance is anticipated. Refreshments will begin to be served about o’clock. A silver offering’ will be re­ ceived. Mrs. Clarence Tomiori entertained her mother, Mrs. Jeanette Babcock, of Geneva, last Tuesday. The village school closed for the summer vacation on Friday. It w as the intention of the teacher to have a pic­ nic on the grounds, but waving to siek- 5 « 1 . * ness among the pupils it was deemed Robert Coleman of Buffalo recent-, a(Msable to postpone it until some ly spent a day a , ltli ln» pgienta. I ^ me during the vacation period. • Miss Angela HolloWell, w ho has been 'the teacher has decided to take a course !^r. and Mrs. Alton Whiteman and William Hopkins, of Wallace, ‘Acre Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rhodes -and M r., anti :Mre, Russell Rhodes. | Friday was the last day of school - at Benton district No. 9, of which Miss I Virginia Clark is teacher. Th e . chil­ dren arrived at 10 o'clock. The flay was spent in playipfe games. A picnic- dinner was served' at noon. Harold' !Fredericksen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Niels Fredpricksen, was presented with a pearl jackknife for not having missed a day of school during the past year, y he follow*ing children were win­ ners fina Health Club which has been carriedf out during tlie year: The Misses Isabel Teribery, Ruth Johnson and Leona Yoak. Miss Edna Peck re­ ceived a bracelet for being the best speller. in thd Gcneseo- Normal Schoolv Hoii. James M. Lown, of New York, wa^ the week-end guest Of hte sister, Mrs. 11. H. Barden and family, Mrs. Thomas J. Hunter 'Attended -the 50th anniversary of- the •'Woman’s Hoinc; and Foreign Mission Society of the Ontario Baptist Association, held at the Baptist <liurch at Seneca Falls last Wednesday. * Miss Hilma Oisen, a student at {Syra­ cuse; 13 n iversity ie spending the sum­ mer with - her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Olsen. . * * Mrs. Mary Murdock left at the begin­ ning of the week to spend a f ejw weeks with her son, Ira Murdock, and fanally at Geneva. ; M and Mrs. A. B. Schofield left this week Monday for a motof trip to tirtstrpan, 111 ., and other points. where they F ill spend their vacation with Mrs. Schofield’s people. Mr. and Mrs. George Rienlieimer and sons, Raymond and August, were Sun­ day callers of Clarence Shettler and family. i Mrs. Heath, of Penn Yan, is visiting fir. and Mrs. Stephen Stone. Miss Dorothy Louise Van Wie and Rev. John Sawyer Marsh, of East Northfleld, Mass., were united in mar- riage by the bride’s father, Rev. Frank Van Wie, at the Presbyterian church at Arkport at noon Tuesday, June 1 The young couple are under, appoint meat as missionaries to South Africa under the American board of the Con­ gregational church, They expect to sail the latter part of August. Many from here attended the Pratts- burg church benefit show at the Bab cock Theater last week Tuesday and Wednesday. The Prattsburg ladies made over $ 200 . , Pulteney school closed last Friday. Regents examinations this week. Mr. Ousterhout, of Pennsylvania, spent the week-end here with his fam­ ily. Prof, and Mrs. W. A. McConnell and Mi&s Mary VanEtten, of Owego, spent the last of the week here. Sunday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Barton were Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Wood, of Hammondsport. Frank Shaw and family and Mrs. Best, of Corning. The Light Bearers’ Society were en­ tertained at the home of Miss Evelyn McConnell last Friday afternoon. Miss Hilda Downey and her school pupils enjoyed a picnic at Lakeside last Friday. Miss Elvina Hall, of Coudprsport, Pa., is spending some time with Fritz, Simonson and family. Mrs. Jennie Chandler was called to Rochester last week by the illness, of her niece, Mrs. Schairer* who recently, underwent an operation.for appendici­ tis. ' Exercises and graduation of Pul­ teney high school pupils will be held, in the Presbyterian church at 8 o'clock Monday evening, June 21. Every one is cordially invited to attend these ex­ ercises. The speaker of the evening* one whom you do not want to miss hearing, is to be Rev. S. G. Houghton, pastor of the M. E. church, of Penn Van. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Boyd, of Syra­ cuse, were over-Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Goodrich. Sixty new books of fiction and non­ fiction wer;e last week added to the Pulteney library. Copie and look them over. . Rev. Gregory will occupy the Pres byterian church pulpit next Sunday morning, June 20. The two Sundays following there w ill be no services: Miss J\fai^sraret Hall, of Coudersport. Pa., is visiting John Faucett and fam ily. i Mrs. Frank Barnes, of Philadelphia, who wras with her mother, Mrs. Elmei Earley, at the Penn Yan Hospital, has returned home as Mrs. Earley is gain ing nicely. Byron Coryell, of East Rochester, spent the last of the week with Glen Owen and family. . Miss Jdsephine Hulse was ill last week -with the measles. Mrs. Lewis Rottier, of Ithaca, was with Marion Brush and family last week. t: Mrs. Fannie Yonge, who is much im­ proved in health, returned to her home last week. Her daughter, Mrs. Jaj Moonv is spending some time with her. ♦ M A Y S M I L L The rtiral mail carries of Yates Co.. with their families spent Saturday eve ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frew Hopkins. Mr. and Mrs. Orsley and family ana Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Moss, of El The Home Bureau unit held a busi- mira, and Leon Orsley ,of Pine Valley. ! ness, meeting last Wednesday at the have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leo | hoine of vMrs.: Edvrin Ketcham, Jr. Orsley. i There w aA a large attendance, and 1 Mr. and Mrs. Allen Scutt and eons The hostess and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Scutt and LOG CITY 'Miss Christensen held a picnic Fri- ■ b^ueh interest shown, day for her scholars i served daifity refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baker attended * ^ iss Alien* Nichols who has been tended the motorcycle races at Egypt son, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hall at I. O. O. F. memorial services at T y - ; studving^at the Rochester Dental Col- rone Sundav. ! lege ;for the past year is spending her Miss Helen Morgan, of Glcnora, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Coral Morgan. Oscar Petersen, of Geneva, spent Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jensen's. Mrs. Bacher underwent an operation Friday at the Packer Hospital, Sayre, Pa., for goitre. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Miller has been ill the past week but is hoav belter. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barkley, of Buf­ falo, were at the C. B. Karns home . Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Butcher and William Jolley, of Benton, and Sam summer vacation at the home of herjuel Jolley and daughter, Mrs. Harry parents, Supervisor and Mrs. Loren Mills, of Dresden, have been visiting Seeley Says: When better $22.50 Suits are made we will sell them. Seeley’s “Value will get you.” 24wl Nichols. Miss Nichols l&s accepted a position as dental hygienist in the pub lie schools of Utica. I Thomas, W. Bishop and daughter, Miss Jennie Bishop, and soil, Charles, of Canandaigua, left on Monday, by auto for U’ tica, where they will spend Several days with relatives. Miss Frances Mallory, R. N.; of the Aurse’s' staff at Auburn Hospital, is en joying a brief rest at tlie 1 home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Almon T. Mal- 1 lory. ; 1 Mrs. Gebrge Benge and daughter, of . GOueAa. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. * George Van Orden on Sunday. Leslie G. Corbin motored to Waverly i on Sunday to visit his parents, and ; some friends from Canada. Rev. H. S. Munyon delivered an iu- ; teresting memorial address before the j I. O. O. F. of Tyrone on Sunday after­ noon. Mr. and Mrs, Chester Jolley. Chester Jolley is glowing weaker each day. . . Gordon Schenck, of Pulteney hat been Visiting his sister, Mrs. William Schofield. Mrs. Mae Naragon attended the fu neral pf her niece, Mrs. Mae Townsend, in Geneva recently, Mrs. Townsend left her husband and seven children, the youngest but two weeks old. Mrs. George Lehr and son, of Buf falo,are spending twro weeks with her parents here. ♦ B L U F F P O IN T The Philathea Class will meet with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Porter Wednesday evening, June 23rd. Supper at 6:30. to w hich husbands are invited. Bring D U N D E E The people called Methodists en^ joyed an unusually full day on Sun day. At the morning service at Stai key, the attendance was quite largi and at Dundee at the nforniug service sixteen people were received by lettej and confession of faith and the rite of baptism was administered to sevei people while six were received on pro bation. This was followed by the larg est communion service ever held i- the church at least in a good man) years. The Children's Day exercise. were held in the evening wdieu th( capacity of the, auditorium was taxed The pageant presented by the elm dren was especially fine and showet much work on the part of the commit tee in charge. Sunday evening the baccalaureat* sermon will be preached in the Presby terian church* by the pastor> Rev. Mar shall E. Bartholemew. The Ladies’ Aid Society at the Pres byterian church, arc planning an tiye social program for tlie summer On Thursday of this week they w il hpld a tureen supper at the home o; Mrs. Walter Orr on the farm just eas; of the village. All members are urgev to come with their tureen dish and t< bring their families. On Tuesday an ernoon, June 22nd, there will be a cir clc held at the home of Mrs. Ewtm Rapalee, on Seneca Street. The presi dent, Mrs. Mervin Taylor, has a sched ule w hich includes more of these gatli erings, in homes both in the village and among the church members out side in the rural section. Aside from the social part of these meetings, the ladies make a financial gain from th< collections taken up. The Dundee Council of Religious Ed ucation held a business meeting at the Methodist church on Monday evening with Rev. Marshall Bartholomew act . ing as chairman. At this time the cred it accounts of the students enrolled tor credit work w as taken up and ther a plan was made for the opening uj of the Bible study work for the com ing fall term. This is the third yea; that the three churches have put on < Bible school course in which the stu dents taking the courses have beei given credits by the International Council of Religious Education. The Boy Scouts have received tin American Legion flags which they hac ordered for the business men of tbit village, the holders have uoxv been se; and are all ready fo r , thq display o the flags. The business men respond ed in fine manner in the matter of pur chasing these flags, and w hen the oc casion comes for a general display Main Street will make a fine showing The boys used this method of selling the flags to help in the‘raising of fund, to defray their expenses w hile at scorn camp this summer on Canandaigm Lake. The Parent-Teachers' Society of Dis trict No. 5 of Barrington held then June meeting on Friday evening at tin home of Herbert Hill. At this time Di*. MacDowell, of Dundee w-as present and gave an interesting talk on tin right and wrpiig uses of sugar, In ajso spoke' concerning the diphtherh clinic sodn to be held here, w here cliil dren ;of 'certain\ ages may receive ser um treatment as preventative against this disease. Mrs/ Helen -1 Hendrickt ga/ve an article’ on Sanitation in the hom^; Mrs. Orpha Putnam, the teach er; lias been lidlding a health conies • in tlie school arid zit/this time she had the losing, side give 1 a program as fol io.w s :, “Recitation, “ F o r ' My Country*,’ YrTlliam H ill; recitation, “ Patriotism/ George Taylor; duet, Dorothy Wood and Jack Finnigan; “ Health Rhyme,’ Harry Waugh1; “ Mending the * Oh Flag/’ by Margaret and Gertrude How ,ell and Blanche Norris; flag salute Helen Close and Helen VanKeuren The society is planning on an ice cream social in place of the regulai litbrary program for the month of July This will be held at the home of Mr and Mrs. Charles Smith. For the Au gust meeting there will be a picnic making the summer meetings outdooi gatherings. This district have hat- unusual attendance at their meetings throughout the y;ear and there ha? been much interest shown in the work Village clerk/ Cornelius J. Sackett has received the tax roll for the col lection of village taxes. Health officer, James P. MacDowell is making inspection of all roadside stands and eating places within hit territory, w hich includes the towns o> Barrington and Starkey. Following the inspection and any necessary sani tary precautions, he will provide cer­ tificates of inspection which are to he displayed at the stand. The Dundee fire company have taken the following newr members on theij rolls: Mervin H. Taylor, Howard Flory, Lynn Carpenter and Forest Griswold. The company are w-orking for a full quota of 60 members. Ap­ plicants for membership have to be over 18 years of age. All applications for membership arc to be given to the secretary. The company have a meet ing the first part of each month, and aside from the regular business meet ing a social program is given. Tin i club rooms of the company are above Bathing Caps In All (he Latest Colors and Styles Bathing Slippers V » Just the Kind Yon r Have Always Wanted HIM ROD I Children's Day was held Sunday eve- I ning, the program being fine. The ; church was decorated in *h artistic : inatiner. r Miss Laura Castle, a nurse in Roch­ ester General ^Hospital, w as a* recent guest of her 'parents, Mr. and Mrs,. ; Fred Castle. * The ofdinafiou of Archie King took : place in the Baptist church Wednes­ d a y evening/June 16th. ; Th e regular June meeting of 'the La.- dies’ .Aid vvill be held at their hall on June 23rd. Business meeting f o l l o w ­ ing supper. Mrs. Ed. Briggs, Mrs. Carroll' Spicer and Mrs. S. T. Sedam leaders/ * / ' ’ ♦ 1 . League meeting on Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The Queen Esthers will serve home made ice cream at the church on Fri day afternoon and evening. Mrs. James Beard returned to the Backer Hospital at Sayre on Sunday for treatment. tylr. and Mrs, B. B. Peckins and his grandmother, Mrs. Mary Fowler, of Remscn, visited at James Gamby’s oyer Sunday. Mrs. Frances A. DeGraff of , Amster­ dam, a state lecturer of the W. C.'T. U. will speak at the 12 o'clock service, next Sunday. There will be special music. PROim PHARMACY »Tht Jtor#T * 25 Main Street IT A L Y H I L L Sunday services at the M. E. church at 9 a; hl Mvith Sunday school at 10:15 a. m. and at the Baptist church at 2 p. m. witlv Sunday school at 1 p. m. .Evangelistic services are being held at the Baptist church. Evangelist “Jeff” Lownian is in charge. ; The M. E. Ladies' Aid Society will meet with Mrs. Floyd VanHousen on Thursday afternoon. Supper at 5 o'clock. .4 dishes and silver and something for f|re rooms and newr equipment has u a ,111 .1 1 » been added to make this a suitable Su d y school at 11 o clock, preach place for recreation work for the mem mg service at 12 oclock; Epwortii ^ers The village board of Dundee, have voted to place a “ blind corner” sign along the state highway near the In tersection of Washington and Millaru Streets as a matter of protection for a dangerous corner. George Morse has been appointed as the one to in vestiga.te the matter of hew electric lights throughout the business section of the village. He is to ascertain the cqst of same and also just wiiat per centage of the business men desire the change in the lighting system, which would bp standard pole lights. • ’ . ♦ Grace Episcopal Church . Rev. John E. Wootton, of Penn Yan will celebrate the Holy Communion and preheir at Grace.Memorial church Dundee, on Sunday evening, June 20th at 7:30 o'clock. Phone 437 tr Word has been received here of the P e n n Y a n , N * Y ..recen t death of Wallace Ellsworth in j Colorado. He forniprlyVi^esided in this f place/amV was an uncle of Melvin tone. B A R R IN G TO N Nineteen young people from the Barrington Christian Endeavor attend­ ed the Yates County Christian Endeav­ or Union at Keuka Park last Saturday. Rev. Rooney has been hired as a supply for the Barrington church. Next Sunday evening the Christian Endeav­ or will have a memory service with Leona Sisson as leader. Merrill Kenyon underwent an opera­ tion for -appendicitis on Wednesday morning. *. 1 i ♦ The Basket You Want Is lor sale now at Corcoran’s. • ' . “The Ten Commandments, Thies.-Wed., June 21-22-23. t> 24wl Mon. 24-wl GROVE SPRINGS Mr. and Mrs. Avery and three cliil dren, of Dansville, w ere guests of Mr and Mrs. Herbert Hines over the week­ end. School closed Friday writh a picnic at the lake. Mrs. Avery, of Rochester, is visit­ ing her daughter, Mrs. Herbert Hines. I Heut through the ‘Watit Column. D R ESD EN St. John's Episcopal The regular Sunday afternoon serv­ ice at St. John's church will be. held at 3:30 o’clock. This will be preceded by the Simday sehk> 6 l at 2:45 p. m, ■ . •» • • * H A L L Union Congregational • REV. JAMES SYKES, Pastor The chujrch was comfortably filled on Sunday la^t nvhen the Children’s Day program was presented. A col­ lection was : taken for the Congregar tional extension board. Great credit is due to all who took part, either in the preparation or presentation of the program. A number of little ones were baptised. Following the service a three-section Globe Wernicke book case was presented by the Sunday school and friends to Mabel W eller Frarey as a recognition of her efficient and faithful services as a teacher in the school. The June meeting of the Woman's Association winch was to have taken place on the 15th is postponed until the 22nd at the home of Mrs. Carl B. Jorgensen. Choir rehearsal on Thursday. DiVine worship next Sunday morn­ ing at 10:30, to be preceded by the Sunday school at 9:30. The pastor will preach on “ Burdens” and will give a story sermon to the children on “ The Big Brown Bear.” The men's class will gather in Odd Fellows’ Hall at 9:30. SHEEP COW S FRUIT W e have a limited number of books on th.t above three subjects for free distribution to interested >qpie, they do not contain all there is to know about the sublets’ but it is a well-posted individual who cannot get some^ ideas from them. i S H E E P For Mutton, W o o l and Money” “ T H E C O W The Mother of Prosperity J ) “ G R O W Your Own Fruit > f If you are interested in either of these subjects, cal] and receive a copy, or a card in the mail will bring you one by return post. Baldwins Bank of Penn Yan Seneca Presbyterian REV. W A L T E R W A TSON, Pastor Three hundred were present at the morning services at No. 9 Sunday and it least three hundred more attended the evening services at which the Knight Templars, of Geneva, were the guests. Sunday morning the Woman's Mis­ sionary Society 'will hold their annual praise service. The speaker will be Rev. L. P. VanSlyke, of Mexico, fori jrly of Geneva. Christian Endeavor in the evening at 7:30. The topic is Money.” The leader is Clarence Ru­ pert. Monday evening, June 21st, tlie Ruth Watson class will hold their first so­ cial meeting with the teacher, Mrs. vVatsoh. Each one is expected to come dressed as a child as thi£ will be a party for children only. All women f the church between the ages of 20 and 40 are invited. The Woman's Missionary Society of No. 9 will meet with Mrs. Thomas Has- •ett on Thursday afternoon, June 24th. HOD!**) I o Mrs. John A. Robson ‘went to Ithaca to attend the commencement exercises at Cornell University, Miss Edith Robson, her daughter, graduates this vear. Also her nephew, Donald Ru­ pert. Miss Harriet Dorman receives lev M. A. degree in English also from Cornell this year. Matt Hansen lost four cows by light- ;s were all killed by one .ling. The dash during the electric storing last week Monday, Miss Ethel Crosier is playing in the Elmira Symphony Orchestra. Her fath­ er was in Elmira last week to attend i concert given by the orchestra. t>i\ Ward left Saturday by auto for a tvyo 'weeks 5 vacation in Connecticut ^nd the east. Mrs. Ward and Mrs. Roy Hall accompanied him. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Frarey have re­ turned from their honeymoon spent at Thousand Islands. The annual school picnic was held an the school grounds Friday after­ noon. American Telephone Telegraph Company ! I Have issued Rights to purchase Stock at I par. W e will buy or sell these Rights at the market and take care of the purchase of the I Stock for all those desiring us to do so. i H.W. Swarthout Co., Ine. I n T e l e p h o n e 5 1 0 1 1 6 M a i n Street __________ A eennH S D n eH D D M D Q eBD rjaaD n BH n n M m BenD ssm einD iiatm EiD s . i « Dorothy W eller on Friday visited Geneva high school as the guest of Miss Maud Marks. A pageant, “ The Flag,” was given by the pupils that day. . . 1ST AM ERICAN YOUTH ENTR1 . * ..Charles Clark, who has been visitin g iiis cousin, S. P. Clark, is returning to Florida this week. Mrs. Clark will re­ main in the north for the summer. ; Mrs. Joseph Robson has returned from Buffalo where she has been visit­ ing* her cousin. Miss Jaiie Robson. Miss Nettie McIntyre will attend summer school ih Cornell. She will teach in the Hetvson district next year Mrs. Thomas Miller, of Ithaca, is staying at the C. S. Wilson home dur­ ing her daughter's absence. The Woman’s Bible class of tlie Congregational church was entertain­ ed by Mrs. Lewis Potter, of Penn Yan, last week. Milford Werley, of Ithaca, formerly jf Hall, was elected captain of next year’s track team of Cornell Univer­ sity. On June 24th he sails for Eng- arid with other men of Cornell and Princeton to compete with Oxford and Cambridge track runners. Mrs. Marilda Clark spent a few lays in Potter last week. Mrs. Gouudry visited her daughter, Mrs. Harold Roe, of Horseheads, the first of last week. Her little grand- laughter came\ home with her, going back with her mother, who came for the week-end. The Grange Orchestra played at Billsborougli Grange last Saturday night. Edith Hall is staying at Kashong with her aunt, Mrs. Archer, and little Jack with his grandmother in Weeds- port while their mother is away on her vacation. Miss Carrie Haslett was home from Rochester for the week-end. Margaret Christinson is ill with the mumps. Little Reed Turnbull, who has been very ill w ith measles, is somewhat bet­ ter. John W. Prendergast is home from Washington, D. C., wiiere he has been at Bliss Electrical School. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Smith and family spent Sunday with his mother. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson have gone to Ithaca to visit her people. Miss Dorothy Dixon is home from Mt. Holyoke. Miss Dixon will leave in a w eek or so to attend summer school to study the harp. Hall Grange met Saturday evening. After the usual business meeting the following program was given: Har­ monica selections, Edwin Bird; solo, Mi s. Ross Cayivard; pictures on Thos. Jefferson, furnished by the educational department. Miss Elsie Mead ex­ plained the pictures as they Averc shoAvn. At the next meeting on June 26 the state master, Mr. Shrivings, will be present. This is a great privilege, for a small Grange and it is hoped that a large number will be present. Mrs. Charlotte Rice is visiting her son, Charles Rice, on the Canandaigua turnpike. The funeral of William Wood was held on Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wood have been staying the past feAv months with their niece, Mrs. Ray Chapman, of Stanley. Little Richard Marks is staying at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marks. His mother, Mrs. Arnold Marks, is ill with measles. T. B. Wilson attended commence­ ment exercises at Cornell University Monday. Mrs. B. P. Jones entertained the Etu-, broidery Circle \\Vednesday afternoon. A R E A L H E R O I N E t i ii f ____ ' I , Edith May Adams of Barrington, ,N. J* the first American School girl to be entered as a candidate for 'the Atoerican Youth Award. The Am eri­ can Youth and Teacher Award was established by the Board of Directors of the Sesqui-Ontenn^l International Exposition in Philadelphia as a tribute t4 the youth and teachers of the na- Edith May Adams, eighteen-year-dl Barrington, N. jf, girl, presenting W entry blank to Mayor Kendrick in $ office at City Hall, Philadelphia.- American Youth and Teacher Atri was established as a tribute toil# can youth and teachers by the Boarf of Directors of the Sesqui-Centei^ International • Exposition, throng which the people of the United StaW and the world at large will celeliftf the 150th anniversary of the Dec!*1* tion of American Independence. ^ exposition will run from June lto^ cember 1. Miss Adams’ entry W* cited her for heroism displayed re# ly when she remained inside a to** tion. Miss Adams is a candidate for j ing building helping doctors reaW the Golden Eaglette, the highest g i f t ! first aid to injured firemen. She i* ^ in the hands of the Girl Scouts. She was cited recently for exceptional bravery for remaining inside a bias­ ing building helping physicians to give first aid treatment to injured fire^ then. Dog's Name and Address The New York Women’s League for Animals is making a plea to have your name and address engraved or ay ritten on your dog's collar. This will help greatly in returning the animal if lost, to the uAvner. The license number or merely the name, on the collar, t&Jls only half the story if seen by those candidate for the Golden Eaglette,W highest gift within the hands of ^ Girl Scouts. Each state will 1 girl and boy and one teacher to ret^ sent them and the successful ^* dates will be the guest of the SM *1 officials from June 28 to July S at ^ exposition. This will also include trip to Washington where they f|\ be received by President Coolidgf^ presented with medals. ♦ Bobbie-^A Great Collie A collie dog, lost by his Avhile visiting relatives in InW made his uvay home 3,000 miles, •i .1 Silverton, Ore., crossing the contiD^j _ __ % . . . % ____ __ • _ _ • _ • i v - finding stray dogs. The name and ad­ dress on the collar *t\ ould make the auij swimming rivers in the task of returning a dog to his owner j-he winter of 1925. The story of w an easy one. Cruelty of Fur Industry F.tiAvard Breck, President of the Na- journey, together with a map of route he tra\'eled, has been public., by Dodd. Mead & Co., New York. ‘ is the greatest dog story that lias e been published. The authonsChWv . # „ A . , e _ ___ _ : mvv u p u a uv • . xi tionat Auti-feteel-Trap League, Wash- Alexander, of Albany, Oregon, and for the ■ illustrated volume is now on &K i *lv UUft io- <**yv , | to tell the tale. Mr. Alexander nexvspaper man, and author of lDgtou, D. is authority 7 ^ • mucucitvu i viuui*:' uv*» - .. i statement that annually 100,000,000 the book stores. The dog is.also skins must be taken with traps, from fur-bearing animals. Many of these e ° v j u u u o f / a j / c i i i K i u y a L i u a u t u v i v * > animals are held in the baps from one er noted dQg book) Fang 0f thefh^ to* two weks before being killed or ! ______ ^ __ ;— , slowly starved to death. Mrs. Fiske,! -y^e sej] new historical noT^ - the great emotional actress, is heading ! y ates County, “Jerusalem the a movement to have the women of Don’t fan to read this interest^ story. Tilton’s Book Shop, El^( our country refuse to buy furs taken from animals caught in steel traps. For Basket Bargains See. C<u*coran Co.’s-window. 24w 1 t - 11. * a1. - ■ . . . i . . — i. Penn Van. Phone 601-W. — • - — — — 1 All Kinds of Baskets For sale now at Corcoijaris.

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