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MAY 1 5 :3 m L' E'; Y O U R N E W S P A P E R It reaches the ones w h o are able to pay to know what’s what ahout th e ir friends and neighbors. UF.v/ YOHK -STATE LIBRARY ALBANY N.Y. 4 p o m m g C o u n t ? Q F t n t e s V O L U M E L X X V I I $2.50 P e r Year W A R S A W , N. Y ., T H U R S D A Y , M A Y 11 , 1950 N U M B E R 19 Spring and Kennedy R un for S h eriff Has Practiced Medicine for Supervisors T h e Harm onettes I H alf Century Dr. L. H. Humphrey of Silver J L i J l S t Tuesday Both Announced Their Candidacies to Run for Sheriff of Wyoming County Last Tuesday Sl500.00 Approved for Hospital * Study Group— Order of Federal Communications Commission Forces $1500 Expenditure to Alter Frequency in County Radio Spring was honored this Wednes­ day, May 10th by the New York State Medical Society at a dinner meeting in Buffalo and received a! certificate showing that he has j rounded out a half century in thej [practice of medicine. There are 1 but eighty-one doctors in the state! with such a-record. > _________________________________ Born in the village of Warsaw ,1 i79 years ago, he took a course! The top blew oif the Republican in nursing in Bellevue Hospital in! Primary Campaign in Wyoming New York before entering Albany! ----------------------------------------------- County last Tuesdaj morning Medical College. After graduation' The regular monthly meeting of when Sheriff Lewis N. Spring and^from that school he started prac- the Wyoming County Board of Under-Sheriff Thomas V. Ken- ticing in Silver Springs and vicin-' Supervisors was held last Tues- nedy both announced that they ity where he has since been lo - 1 day at their rooms in Warsaw, were candidates for the office of cated. Among his other activities After the approval of the minutes Sheriff at the Republican Primaries he has been a Wyoming County and tjie bills, three communica- which are to be held on Tuesday,.coroner for many years, a mem--tions were read and filed. August 22nd. Iber of the board of managers of' n rx . . , , , Lewis Spring has been Sheriff the Wyoming County Laboratory! ? am f p™\sen^ d a for many years and has the repu-since its formation and has served ^e's.<^ u , af p01’? .g Pr ' D °yd tation as one of the out-standing [for a long time as treasurer of the ° Arcade to the Pubbc Sheriff’s in New Yorjc State, hav- Wyoming County Republ.can; 1 ! C om m unity Chest East Hill Home 'rfc • . 1 • Bureau Will Organized in ;Honor fjaaeA Warsaw M onday By-Laws and Constitution Approved and Nine Directors Elected—To Hold Annual Meeting in July * May Term Grand Jury ___ Reports Considered Charges Against Twenty-two—Found 19 Indictments and Four No Bills—Inspected the County Jail and Attica Prison The East Hill Ho'me Bureau will honor its local leaders at a tureen supper and party, Saturday, May 13th at 7:00 p. m. at the Odd Fel­ lows Hall. The chairman for the supper is Mrs. Leslie Wilkie, Jr., assisted by Mrs. Kenneth Herman, ■ 4 • ‘ co-chairman. AU members and A very -enthusiastic and repre- their families are cordially invited sentqtive group from all of the to attend. This in observance .of organizations and workers who National Home Demonstration have participated in a horde of week. financial drives in Warsaw for The next regular meeting of the the -past years met at the Legion East Hill Home Bureau will be I The May Grand Jury of the Hall in the Village Park last Mon- held on Thursday, May 18th. at County of Wyoming met on May day evening to discuss the organi- i ;30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. 2nd and 3rd. It considered zation of a Community Chest. William McKenzie. The assistant charges against twenty-two de- At the start of the discussion, hostesses will be Mrs. Waldo Haw- fendants. Nineteen indictments four objects of the meeting were ley and Mrs. Charles Humphrey, were found by the grand jury and set forth, one to set up an equit- There will be election of officers. f°ur no-bills, able collection of funds, two, to The Citizens Lessons, “Jury Duty) Marvin Wayne Board was charg get an equitable distribution of and Our Courts” and “Old Age ed v/ith robbery in the first degree funds, third to relieve the com- and Survivors Insurance Benefits” in connection v/ith the hold-up of munity of lhe obnoxious nuisance will be given by the local leaders, the Farman Theatre in Warsaw, Committee. \Warsaw Quarlet Won Chance to Contest at Omaha Members of the Oatkans Quar­ tet, Bob Arnold, Dave Grove, Francis Finch “and John Hooker, sang themselves to fame, and to a chance at the international cham- plqnijup, when they completed against 28 regional quartets at Olean last Saturday night. This was the Central-Western New ork Regional quartet contest of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America, Inc. Other quartets to share in the coveted top three bracket to re­ present the District in the Inter­ national contest to be held in Oma­ ha, Nebraska, June 9 and 10, are the Clark Angels of Olean and the Buffalo Bills. The Oatkans and their winning companions achieved regional hon­ ors by outpointing a list of 29 entrants before an audience that packed the Olean High School auditorium; for two performances, The local boys won on their stellej renditions of Old Erin, Chesapeake Bay, Darkness on the Delta and Three O’Clock in the Morning. The Oatkins and Buffalo Bills will appear in the Quartet concert sponsored by the Warsaw Chapter this Friday evening, May 12tfi, at the Veterans Memorial Building. County Institute ■ H eld at Attica By WCTU Groups ing been the first President of the New York State Sheriff's Asso­ ciation. He is also an old and ex­ perienced campaigner and knows all the rules of getting people to be! for him and get out and vote for iHeld at Attica him. Thomas Kennedy has been the Under-Sheriff for several years and has been an excellent man in that position as he was well trained by Sheriff Spring. He is a new man in politics and will have many things to learn about human nature and their reactions to political campaigns. This will be a very interesting campaign to watch and see what the issues are as they develop and how the voters respond to thise issues. i term to succeed Dr. Wagenhals of Warsaw. ! It’s Smarter Not to Drink Was Topic of the Principal Address ______ of a series of everlasting drives Mrs. Ambrose Shaughnessy n at. „ . ... thruout the year with a p p a r e n t l y Mrs. Vernon Fenner. I Api,ea” n* ° n the B « ^ « h o p Harmony Show Fnday Evemng, May no end an(J ^ rPPeve tfjy ---- 12th, Warsaw Village Park. Left to right: DOrothy Allen, lead; Jo . . . . t t I Mr. Gallett of Warsaw present-! Harby, baritone; Margery Vancellette, bass; Betty Smith, tenor. w e s b constant- ed three resolutions selling prop - 1 erty belonging to the Welfare De- !, and three companions, George La- partment of the County as a re- /-v f t rj-i • i suit of auctions and to the high- LFI 1 © L 3 S C L r i e C l est bidders. I . . 1 o at the suprem e Mr. Reitschky presented a reso- Jr lution to transfer $1500 to a special C o U F t T M s W e e k account for the Hospital Study Group so that they could get an' ___________________________ accurate, architect’s estimate of what it would cost to modernize iArcade to be 'Host to M usic ! F estival Friday ■i Nineteen More Cases Put Over the Term—One Case ! Settled for $4,0*0 Out of Court' —Five Other Cases Settled I _______________________________ I Two-Day Program Will Gather 400 Students from All the Schools in Wyoming County ly going around the village to so- j 3FS<1 W M o V C S tO licit funds for oue group or an- i n other. j l op m Baseball After a very through discus- f t 'sion it was decided to form and I t 3 1 1 1 6 8 [organize the Warsaw Community [ Chest and the following nine peo- | pie were elected to the Board of 'Directors, C. O. Gallett, George , Wellman, ForrestGregory, David Hudes, Ray Firman, Ray Browne, Francis Kelly, Kate Winchester and Margaret Powers. ' ’ Things are The Constitution and By-Lawsi Warsaw Central’s baseball nine, the second degree. ; were adopted and the Warsaw, ^9ey are now_ tied with Perryi * 11 4 ** throm, Robert Broughton and Ri­ chard Thomas, as being accessor­ ies. James Frazier was indicted for assault in the first degree as the result of the alleged shooting of his wife in the town of Eagle. Other indictments are as follows: Earl Keeney, buying and con­ cealing stolen property. Patrick Hartnett, possessing pis­ tols without a license. Donald Pyne, burglary in the [3rd degree. | Helen Gleason, unlawful entry, “looking up” for 1 Carlton G. Fancher, forgery in Defeated Attica and Letch worth This Past Week— Walt Williams Stars as Pitcher and Hits Two Home Runs Albert Bunce, adbondonment of ■The 47th annual Institute o f the'the present hospital structure as' Wyoming County Women’s Chris-'compared to the possible cost of, tian Temperance Union was held a new building. All members vot-j on Thu^day0^ ! v t n s t f I* * 1 ^ thi.s .but. ^ **arn of A*!cadeJ A review of the Supreme Court' Three outstanding music edu-' cJm~munityChest” includes” only for lst Place- Last Thursday they children. tute leaders were Mrs A n n a R I ^rchftoc?'w h!>ISih T > ? Calendar for the past week shows cators have been engaged .as guest the viUage and Town of Warsaw. defeated Attica at Attica by a ! Walter Gage, grand larceny in Rousley of North Chili and m 2 ' ^ n V T ? f , i ° that nineteen more cases were conductors and adjudicators for. '5 direc-lSCOre of 10 to 3 and on Monday the 2nd degree. LHa Barber After^ the nolblng' ^ eitscfhky l° ° k the put over the term, one was taken the sixth annual Wyoming County In tb? /nd efect their of o£ this week took Letchw°rth by' Gordon Johnson, grand larceny song 2 w e Would Be tbat ^ -nformation was Pff seven were ’ettled and one School Music Festival to be .held an 18 to 8 count. In both games in the second degree. ™ , j building .worth quite a lot to the Hospital w ’ tried |at the Arcade central school on f‘ce£s and get orgjmized. Some time Warsaw had a commanding lead Orville Frazier, grand larceny in Mrs. Grace Domes led the devo-jstudy Group and that it should be(Was tned' iMay 12-13. They are Dr. F. F. ln July< at ? definde date H o f 7 to 0 and 15 to 0 before their the 2nd degree. final decision might be. Mr. Rissinger presented a reso- Two of the cases that were set- Cartwright, president of the Wy­ oming Union, after which the local presidents, secretaries, and treasurers and county directors gave reports of work done. The noontide hour of prayer was led by Pike Union. After adjournment , „ . . . _ . , a delicious lunch was served by defendant denied negligence and the Methodist ladies. tied include companion cases, i Swift. is at p£f 5ent’ tbe bead Community Chest and it is expect- . - — -- Ntary DeVito an jnfant and Thomas ^ f. ^ ? . us‘e department at Hart- ed that the one and only Com- m more than! Deit 0 vs. Richard Eck-anA Gl«ih‘ 7 * k.£:0^leBe,<O.” eonta’ N* J* 5??^ lfiuhity Chest Drive for funds will $1500 for the-Sheriff’s Radio Sta- Eckiaction damagesfor neghgence.!*? thls io\ be held some time in October, tion and car change m frequency The plaintiff claimed partial loss-charge of the vocal program in the which was ordered by the Fed- of the hearing of one ear anS the Plon He’ however ^ ^r-| eral Communications Commission .1 j - - * j haps best known to school music- Afternoon session opened by song, “ Frances Willard We Marsh” after prayer by Mrs. Louise Sick Sheriff Spring explained tha* he the e ^ n ot k t o bu tians 35 editor of the Sch°o1 M“ ic , and other officials of th e ^ N e w '^case wL settled out of court News> the official publication of Hears About ‘ JL % % «nn w.vTn-the N.Y.S.S.M.A. He has also been Goose Hunting ^ r ° f $ ’6 ' a contributor to many school mu- b Dadd of Attica represented the . . _____________________________ , W. .T. Tlmhnrv nm Federation of Women’ s Clubs Meets Soon The 54th annual convention of the Western New York Federation of Women’s Clubs will be held in the Methodist church at Bemus Point, N. Y. on Wednesday, May 17 and 18th. The meeting will opejl at 10 a. m. During the afternoon session Gordon M. Ridenour, edu- oatcr, journalist will speak on the topic: Behind the News. The fol­ lowing day Mrs. Rhea Eccles, exe­ cutive secretary of the New York State Citizens Council will discuss Women in World Affairs and the Rev. O. Peterson of Odessa, fa­ mous as a humorist will appear on the program. The meetings are open not only to members of the Warsaw Mon­ day Club but to members of any women’s clubs like Warsaw Busi­ ness and Profession Women’s Club. York State Sheriff’s Association S a S E U S ’.-..1 Slck. » p e t e , tot iouttoi tod tos » v „ „ l W W. J. Embury and Arthur Tru- t^e c^urch cav2 er^etb2<: A .tbat the ocmmission had their,^ented the Defendant [compositions to his credit. , man gave the Kiwanis Club a Playlet “R Can Done” ' reasons and would nat a'ter their P e C e thC Defendant' | Mr. Beeier has made an enviableir^ “ terertmg and educational playlet It Can Be Done was.I (reputation for himself and his pictu^ travelogue last Ischool with the Ithaca College Tuesday on “Goose Hunting at | Band, now acclaimed as one of the s ay South. they really start slugging like- The jury inspected the County potential champions. In that game Jail the first morning and compli- they ’'racked up” 24. hits and 18‘.mented the Turnkey, Robert Co­ runs against Northrup who had field, upon the jail cleanliness. It held Attica to two hits the week made the following recommenda- before. I tions: Walt Williams and Fritz^Eisen-j 1. That the lighting in the jail hard led the batting attack. Walt should be of sufficient intensity had two home runs, Fritz had for convenient reading, and also four hits for four times at bat in-'to sufficiently light the cells for eluding two triples. Jim Callahan'purposes of custodial supervision, had four hits and Joe Roncone beat That the district attorney bring uiie was , . - presented by two members of the aecisi0ns* out four consecutive bunts, scor­ ing runs on three of them. this recommendation to the atten­ tion of the Board of Supervisors of Silver Springs Union Mrs. William Boldt of Attica then favored the women with vo- Mr, Hurlburt had a resolution Sheriff Sprni0, to correct an improper tax. i** ■ D u __ ___ . _ Dates were set for several im- a _ Busy Month cal solos. The address of the day portant committee meetings dur- During April was then given by State Record-j ing the next month and the board 'best college groups in the country.! The hunting parly consisting ofiwhen a few errors cost runs in The Warsaw boys played fine.Wyoming County, defensive ball in these two games' 2. That new mattresses be pur- | until they had built up a big lead chased for the jail. ...t— - ■_ 3 That the pillows in the jail be renovated. 4. That when new mattresses both games. Walt Williams pitched fine ball Piano solo was rendered by Missj on Tuesday, June 13th. Margaret Erkila, granddaughter of} -------------------------- Mrs. Vickery, which was followed i by reports of committees. j Rangers Start Season This was a very inspiring and. With Two Wins encouraing meeting with an at­ tendance of about 85 from the va­ rious towns of the county. Soil Conservation Officials Met at Annual Dinner The softball season got off to a 'son killed an auto accident, two flying start Monday evening be-, burSlaries and three larcenies, tore a large crowd at the Village! The highest population for the 'He has also been active in com-' H. J. Burlington of New York City, iposing and arranging music for Hugh_Allan of Memphis, Tenn., ................. at Attica and would have had a are supplied they should not be shut out with perfect support. At put on rusty springs. __ _ Letchworth Sam Calkins held - Tuesday, May 9th the Grand office'during the month,' including' chestra” program \at” the \Lockport Gruman Goose siz passenger plane, them scoreless for five innings Jury inspected the Attica Prison, one arrest for traffic infraction, public schools and is known as one] They flew into a severe storm andj when both Sam and his defense m -fand handed up their leports and two felonies, five misdemeanors,’of .the leading string teachers in. were forced to land in the gold eluding substitutes eased up 4~ ----- - \ r’\ ------- \ 21 auto accidents, 13 persons in.-the state. j mining town of Senneterre. Re- The two day program will bring suming the air journey next day, ijured in auto accidents, one per- to indictments to Justice William H. give Letchworth a few runs. Joe Munson of the Supreme Court. Roncone started two double plays An order was signed by Justice together some 400 students from! the party landed and camped at at Letchworth to help the cause. (Munson transferring all these cas- the schools of the county. The clos! James Bay South, Inc., owned by' Warsaw next league game is at es to the County Court. District ing event will be the traditional C, S. MacLean, a lumber magnate Perry next Monday and a victory Attorney Charlotte Smallwood concert on Saturday evening, May, from Louisville, Kentucky. (will give them undisputed posses-^aid that most of the defendant Both S g e r team s^fre^ktor- \!onthJ;vas l^ and the towest was|13th at the A. c . S. uditorium.j The hunters ’ were assisted by sioTn„ ° f _ placf; oming Central School girls by a and the value of property found or I cosic. wide margin. In the night game recovered for the month was $3652.1 The annual dinner meeting 0 f| . lbePerpy' Robesons*--------------------^ put up a very The total of the fine money was! out a 10. to 7 victory. Long hits by| 4 Johnson, Kellar, Riggo and Wil-(R e d Crogg D r iye cox helped to put the game on c w , ice. Sammy D‘Angelo did a fine.0 * W e n t servation District directors, town!were forced to work hard to eck highway superintendents, super- .................. visors and other interested in the construction work for the district was held Tuesday evening, May 2nd, at the Gridley Hotel, Warsaw. Forty interested people attended and a very worthwhile discussion was held on the subject of “Dis­ trict Operations” on farms in Wy­ oming County. The meeting closed with a short talk by Hugh B. Wil­ son, State Extension Conservation ist of Ithaca, N. Y. and with the showing of the new conservation inn* iVif. pirlc tonm Hpfoatino W v \ lnine' Tbe value of ProPerty lc / t , Proceeds from the program are ^ Cree Indian guides as they set io u s , the girls team defeating W y -jor^ toien for the month was $ 2 5 9 to h e i p defray the ’festival out to shoot blue and snow geese. 1 — . £.ood markmanship brought good results for the hunting party. The camp where the men quar­ tered was 40 miles from the near­ est railroad and the nearest high­ way Was 216 miles away. Provi­ sions were procured 4 from Hudson Bay Post and came by air. C4111IVIUI UiilllCi meeting UL # ----- •’ ---- ------ Xlit: WJ the Wyoming County Soil Con- “gat defense and the Rangers $ 50 . 00 . tm_x : j ; 1 __ a . _____ . iirorn In Lor/4 onL Over the Top Migs Swart Elected President of Business Club Warsaw Business and Profes­ sional Women’s Club officers for 1950 Who were elected at the May League Standing to date: W L Warsaw 3 1 Perry 3 1 Arcade 2 2 Attica 1 3 Letchworth 1 3 Episcopal Diocese The movies of the trip were inito Hold the 113th color Which did justice to the Annual Convention would be arraigned in County Court on Wednesday morning at ten o’clock. Commenting on the work of this Grand Jury she said: The conscientious and intelli­ gent manner in which the mem­ bers of this Grand Jury perform­ ed their duties during such a busy season of the year is both impres­ sive and encouraging.” pitching job. Park Commissioner Walter Peck ham was present at the game and Leonard WilcoX, chairman of ,4th meeting were: president Doro- beauty of the North Canadian made a hit with the crowd in a nice the recent Red Cross Drive in the,thy Swart; first vice-president, country. little speach. Walt’s throwing arm Warsaw Chapter which includes {Margaret Powers; 2nd'vice, Edith. ------------------------- is still good. | nine townships in the County, re-'Lester; secretary, Evelyn Radley, On the girl’s game, Lenora Chase Ports that the drive is completed,'treasurer, Theresa Wilyat; execu- with a home run, won the box cC tbe 9uota was ?5,000 and the total!tive committee: Elizabeth Hunter, chocolates at Arnold’s T.vle WH donations amounted to $5,005.97,' Bernice Seitz, Esther Smallwood, cox won the “^ p a ZomloS S t h puttinS “ ° ver the top. ’| Virginia Allen, Lena Wilyat. motion picture, “Harnessing the.a home run and Chuck Reggio in1. Rainfall.” This picture was made'a triple, won the Western Auto 1 in New York state last summer un-!prize. Francis Head won the 50! S f l f c t V D f i V G G c t S U l M l d ’ derder thehe directionirection of Mr.. Wilson.ilson. gallons of eas. I J J t d of Mr W Hugh B. WilsoA was the first 1 conservationist for the Wyoming County Soil Conservation District. only for one evening, Soft BaH Starts This Evening at the Village Park 1 The JC’s will open the softball] season this Thursday evening at' 8:00 o’clock, playing the hard hit- Donut Shop is ting, fast fielding, St. Michael’s Moved from Main team. This should be, a close game, t o B a f t d o ’Strcet gallons of gas, Another fast game next Monday evening. Future games Garden- ville Odd Fellows, Blue Label His remarks were both interesting, colored team Retsof, Lin^vood. and instructive. His old friends at; the meeting were glad to welcome j him back to Wyoming County, if Baptist Ass’n so let’s turn out for some good entertainment. O . V. HOME BUREAU MEETS THE 16th Sam D’Angelo of Warsaw has purchased the Donut. Shop Elects Leaders for 1 9 5 0 - 1 9 5 1 At the regular spring business! session of the association of North em Baptist (Western New York) the following officers were elected: President, Rev. Leon Tucker of, purchased the Donut. Shop on Oakfield-Alabama; vice president,! Main street and moved it into Rev. Harold Burlingame of Bliss; Boldt’s Delicatessen Shop on Buf- secretary, Rev. Gerald Lewis of Ba' The Oatka Valley Home Bureau *ak> street which he has taken tavia; treasurer, Rev. Charles Scott unit will have a lesson on “ Teas” over in partnership with Mr. of LaGrange. j given by Mrs. L. Todd in the ex- Boldt. His many friends join in The June meeting- will be held tension rooms at tlm Court House wishing him good venture in this at -the West Middlebury Baptist on May 16th at 1:00 *p. m. enterprise. church. The Rev. M. A. Garland, rector Woman’s Bowling Association Holds of Trinity Episcopal church, War- Annual Meeting saw and Mr. Fay M. James will! represent Trinity Episcopal church | Officers elected for the Living- at the 113th annual convention of ston-Wyoming Counties Womn’s the Episcopal diocese of Western'Bowling Ass’n are as follows: New York which will convene at! President, 1 year, Mrs. Billie 4:30 p. m. on May 15th at the Grover, Attica; vice-president, 1 Church of the Good Shepherd, year, Mrs. Angie Saunders, Gen- Jewett Parkway, Buffalo, N. Y. jeseo; secretary, 3 years, Mrs. Elea- The Rt. Rev. Lauriston L. Scaife nor Carlton, Wyoming; treasurer 2 Psychologist Will Address P. T. A. Meeting This Evening Norman W. Hickman, head of the Buffalo Psychological Testing and Counseling Service will speak 1 D.D., Bishop of Western New York years, Mrs. Ernestine Finnemore, . V..,. . AHl„«tnhilitv” Af ,wi11 Preside at the convention and Warsaw; Sgt. at Arms 1 year, Mrs. ter^iS S i^ there' 'S o u S' m * \ his annual address at the ser- , Betty VoorheeS’ Warsaw' for auestions and answers orTthis vice o£ Evenin8 Prayer at 8:00 p.j Awards for high 3 game total in 2 m- Monday. jthe association went to Doris Wise y ' I Tuesday, May 16th, the cohven- and Veronica Keysa of Dansville The annual elections of officers tion wil1 adjourn to the Central who bowled 600 scratch. The high ine annuai elections 01 oiI,cerS presbyterian Church on j ewett single game scratch was bowled for the coining year will also be held. O. E. S. MOTHER- DAUGHTER BANQUET A mother and daughter dinner [meeting of the Woman’s Auxiliary. Parkway, where the Rt. Rev. Chas Louise Pringle of Retsof who bowl f . Boynton,'Bishop of Puerti Rico ed 245. will address the joint session of. The next meeting will be on Sun. the delegates to the convention day, August 20 th at Warsaw, and representatives'to the annual’ <• -------------------------- for a members and^their daughters j The business of the convention Zeches TwinS and mothers will precede the reg-j will be conducted at the morning Two Years Old ular meeting of Centennial Chap- and afternoon sessions on Tuesday,! ter O. E. S. on Monday evening, beginning wit hthe celebration of Saturday, May 6 th the Zeches May 15th at 6:30 o’clock. , jthe Holy Communion at 8 : 00 a. m. twins, Kean and Kevin celebrated. Norma Schlegel is in charge of In addition to hearing the reports their second birthday with a very the program. W. Heleh. Oram and of the various officials of the Dio- merry family birthday party. Shown above, Ray Browne, President o f Junior Chamber of Com- her committee will serve the din- cese and the financial reports, the Among the guests was an aunt, merce receiving Ms Safety Sticker from Harry Cole, attendant ner. Officers are requested to wear convention will elect members of Miss Eva Zeches whose birthday at Richfield Service Station. long dresses. various committees for the year, occurs on the same date.

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