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Page Eight WYOMING REPORTER — SILVER SPRINGS SIGNAL — WESTERN NEW-YORKER — WYOMING COUNTY TIMES — WYOMING COUNTY GAZETTE Thursday, May 18, 1950 Playing Your Choice in Music THE JUMPIN' JAKS JOE—COMEDY MIKE—WESTERN BROWNIE—FAVORITES Personals Mrs. Lawrence Chidester has re' turned to her home in Madison, N. J., now that her mother, Mrs. Jas. E. Norton is home from the hos­ pital. Mrs. Irma K. Hammond return­ ed to Bradford, Saturday and was a Mother’s Day guest at the Barr family reunion at Du Bois on Sun­ day. I Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Embury left the first of the week by plane for the west where Mrs. Embury .will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hendryk Romeyn for a month. Mr. Embury in addition to a bus­ iness trip will go to Omaha for the Barbership International con­ vention. During their absence Mrs. ,Phillip Embury Jr., will stay with jMiss Ann Embury at the family home. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Christ spent Pt Kmy have been transferred as Mother’s Day with their daughter, .S t o S T S i l o ^ s- ^ c k Herman and family at JjGuam; Pvt.John Lapp to Hawaii, | Lewis and Howard Every Friday and Sunday Night Are now playing for your FUN, DANCING AND LISTENING PLEASURE at tbe Warsaw M oose Lodge For Members and Their Guests FRED NORRIS sister, Mrs. Drew Nichols of Boon- I The funeral of Fred Norris, a ton, N. J. former newspaper editor and a Whitehead was a member resident of Warsaw many years,' ,who died Thursday, May 11th i n „ , .. the Wyoming County Community M on ^ , N. Y Hospital after a long illness, was ’ Eggs are one of the most valu­ able foods for balancing a diet be­ cause there are more food nutri- of the United Church and a past)ents in a teaspoonful of egg yolk Masonic’than in a similar amount of any | other food. held at the Weeks Funeral Home on Sunday, May 14th at 2:00 p.m. j\vith the burial in Grace ceme- ! The following Warsaw young men who have been stationed at Mrs. Florence Grimm Slattery’and Pvt. Patrick Dunn to Tokyo. jLewis\*ere sllpper guests on Sun_ and Bean Williams and Lt. Joseph, Mrs K. D. Wiltshire of Quincy day Qf Mr gnd Mrj. Clarence Ri_ Kiraly of New' York were week Mass., is visiting her daughter, L . -n varysburg. end guests of Mrs. John Grimm of Mrs. Gordon Harvey and family. , Mr and Mrs Bertram Hunter North Maple street. ...» Merle R. Prentice, son of Mr. spent the week with their daugh- Mrs. Leona Appleby is visiting and j,jrs. James Prentice left Buf- ter, Miss Patricia Hunter at Den- her son in Bolivar. jfalo, Sunday night for Racine,jison College in Granville, Ohio. Mr and Mrs Gordon Harvey Wisconsin, where he has accepted} Fred Brace of Costa Mesa, Calif., Will cnpnd rpvt Tnp-dav in 41-»a Position with the Massey-Harris visited his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. banv Wednesday at Bear Moun-»Machine Co- His family wil1 re-.S. J. Edwards and William Brace S S f ’» d ThurstoIniK v v S k i ™ ! \ I» Bu«U. tor the present, j.v.r th. weekend, where they will attend the dedi-j chie£ Torpedo Man Ralph E.‘ ’ r' an n catio of the new tunnel between ,Los Angeles were in town the last Baker and family of oi folk, Vs., r tt,., wppir ppiiirtu nn ftinn.?c the battery and Brooklyn. Dur-■ are visiting his parents, Mr. and,They were on their way to Wesj mg their absence Robert Harv*ey|Mrs clair Bakel, i ^ to attend thei- son* eradu- will stay with the Dr. Martins. , Rev Thomas E. Asbury goes to ation Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vega have jjew york next Monday to attend returned to Warsaw after spending; >ja meeting of the directors of Au- several weeks in Williamsburg and bUrn Seminary, other parts of Virginia. j Raym0nd Spring of St. Law- Mr. and Mrs. James Prentice;pence College, Canton, N. Y., will and Mrs. John Gilmore were in'spend the week end with his fam- Jamestown on business one day.ily and with them will attend the last week. I marriage of his cousin, Miss Jean- Rev. Thomas E. Asbury was injne Spring in Buffalo on Saturday. Canandaigua on Monday and (She is the daughter of Mr. and Tuesday to attend a pastors’ insti-tMrs. Lawrence Spring, tute on Theology. j Mr. and Mrs. N J. Conrad and Mrs. Floyd Grove, Mrs. DeWitt Miss Agnes Conrad were guests on Tunnison and Mr. and Mis. Whee-,Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Walter ler Grove of Trumansburg were,Conrad in Varysburg. ^ week end guests of David Grove» William Crittenden is home and attended the Barbarshop Har- from the hospital, mony Show, Friday evening. | Week £nd guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Meade Ewell were Clinton Woodley were Miss Mar- guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. garet Woodley of New York, Mr. Clarence Sloper in Niagara Falls. and Mrs. Richard Scully and son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brewer spent Mother’s Day with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Benn at Fillmore. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Bush of Livonia were the week end guests of Mrs. Charles Burlingame. Mrs. Walter Wiseman and Mrs. Irma Hammond spent Friday with friends at Hamburg, North Boston and Springville. Mr. and Mrs. James Prentice spent the Mother’s Day week end in Buffalo with their sons and families, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pren­ tice and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Prentice. Their son, Alvin Pren­ tice called them from San Diego, Calif., Sunday night. Miss Bernice Keating of Roch­ ester and Mrs. T. M. Keating of Lima were Sunday guests of Mrs. Mrs. Henry J. Miller entered the Michael of Harrisburg, Pa., and !c. r . van Allen Wyoming County Community hos- Mr. and Mrs. Warren Perkins and pital on Monday, May 15th for two children of Grand Island. Mrs. surgery. Perkins and children are remain- Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Kate of Mon- tor the week, tour Falls were recent guests of Mother’s Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Kate and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Clair Baker were all of their Gerald Rix. j children and grandchildren. N ew Farm a n Theatre Continuous Show Saturday and Sunday from 2 P. M. F R I D A Y , S A T l ’ R D A Y , M A Y 19-20 A c tion and Indians G a lore S U N D A Y , M O N D A Y , T E S D A Y , M A Y 21-22-23 DICK AN D JUNE TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME! -P lu s - EDCHKE N M O ff A k i S S . t a R z a n f SUV* GiRt ^ LEX BARKER vanessa brown ROBERT AIDA HURD HATTIEID W E D N E S D A Y , T H U R S D A Y , M A Y 24-25 MCA « > g 3 V starring MMUAIW I CO. It-o« urn \ FARLEY GRANGER - CATHY O'DONNELL JAMES CRAIG-PAUL KELLY Mrs. Thomas Asbury and her son, Clifford were in Rochester on Monday evening to hear the opera at the Eastman Theatre. It was a special treat planned for his birth­ day. Miss Harriet Dean of Rochester spent the week end with Miss Inez Warner. Robert K. Murray of Bradford, Pa., was in town on Saturday. Chester McNair and daughter of Great Falls,, Mont., came from Washington, D. C., and spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. M. Ryan of Buf­ falo spent the week end with rela­ tives in Warsaw. RAYMOND C. WHITEHEAD The funeral of Raymond C. Whitehead, of 141 West Buffalo St. Warsaw, was held at the Weeks Funeral Home on Sunday, May 14 at 4:30 o’clock with the Rev. Thos E. Asbury, pastor afthe United church of Warsaw, officiating. Ten months ago, Mr. and Mrs. White­ head moved to Warsaw from Mon- !roe, Orange county, N. Y., where they had made their home for the past twenty-seven years, and where he had been chief engineer of the Orange-Rockland Light and Power Go. He was a graduate of Stephens Institute of Technology; in Hoboken, N. J. ! Born in Boonton, N. J„ on Jan. 17, 1886, the son of Oscar P. and Laura Tibbals Whitehead, he mar­ ried Elizabeth C. Richmond in October 1912. Surviving him are Mrs. Whitehead, three children, Da vid R. Whitehead of Clifton, N. J., Dr. Roland G. Whitehead of Spring ville and Mrs. Donald Burgan of Geneva, five grandchildren and a THE CRADLE Recent births in Warsaw: FULLER— James Myron on the 1st of May to Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Fuller of Perry. ANDERSON—Janet Doris on the 9th to Mr. and Mrs> Forrest E. Anderson of Bliss. YARRINGTON — Teresa Joan on the 9th to Mr. and Mrs. Ray­ mond A. Yarrington of Perry. BROWNING— Margaret Ann on the 10th to Mr. and Mrs. Cornel­ ius Browning of Pike. ALMETER— Helen Veronica on the 11th to Mr. and Mrs. James N. Almeter of Java Center. CLEMENTI=Donna Marie on the 12th to Mr. and Mrs. Orrin F. Fizzette of Perry. SMITH— Douglas Harold on the 12th to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn A. Smith of North Collins. SPITTAL— Robert James on the 13th to Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Spittal of York. COPELAND—Graham Cushen on the 14th to Mr. and Mrs. How­ ard J. Copeland of Warsaw. Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted L. H. BURROS OPTOMETRIST GRIDLEY HOTEL 99 North Main. Street Warsaw, N. Y. Every Friday Night from 8:00 P. M. to 9:15 P. M. Other days by appointment. Phone Lincoln 3995 Buffalo 908 Main St. Reverse Charge T h e E s k i m o B o y What bird can fly backward?” SANDRA LEE WESTLAKE The funeral of Sandra Lee West lake, four year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Westlake of Great Valley was held on Friday afternoon, May 12th at 1:30 at the family home and at 2 o’clock from the Baptist church of Great Valley. Rev. Frederick Mitchell officiated and the burial was in the family, plot in Green cemetery, Peth. I Those from Warsaw who attend-! ed the funeral were Mrs. Jennie! Whitmore, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Catlin, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Com-' stock, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kelsey,! Barbara Merrill, Mr. and Mrs.! LaMarr Whitmore and Mrs. Geo. Pierce. I SteMeBETTERthaiieWT METHODIST YOUNG PEOPLE WILL MEET ‘ Boys’ and Girls’ and Young Peo­ ple’s Bible Club rally will be held at the Warsaw Methodst church on Saturday, May 20th'at 7:30 p. m. The theme is to “Looking Unto Jesus.” Frank Sells, teacher at Colum­ bia Bible College will give an ob­ ject talk. Songs, souvenirs and a Bible drilL Everyone welcome. Did you name the humming­ bird? That’s a right answer. The humming­ bird flies in all directions. He hovers, darts into flowers and backs out. Some people say he drinks nectar and I don’t aiow aix>ui mat. But 1 do know you’ll enjoy a drink of something really tasty if you’ll fly to your neighborhood store and get flavor-aged Clicquot Club Ginger Ale. Choice Jamaica ginger and other fine ingredients are mellowed for months to give it a ripe,luscious flavor that would make even a hummingbird smack his beak. And while you’re at the store get Clicquot Club Sparkling Water. It’s carbonated ice-cold so it b-b-b-b-b-bubbles a long, long time. New York is one of the top- fur- producing states and more than 60, kinds of wild animals tanging from; the great black bear to the tiny* shrew live within its boundaries tery, Castile. The Rev. Thomas E. Asbury of Warsaw, officated. j He was born in Canastota, N. Y., j on October 8, 1862, the son of Archibald R. and Helen Shipman] Norris and on.July 12, 1893 he! was married to Julia A. Pickett ofj Castile who survives him, together with two nieces, Mrs. J. T. Sallee of Pacific Grove, Calif., and Mrs. Julia S. Mason of Warsaw, a grand ■’niece, Mrs. Victor Reinstein and a great grand niece, Julia Anna] Reinstein, both of Buffalo. j Mr. Norris purchased the Cas-j 'tilian in Castile in 1888 and sold it! in 1911 when he purchased thej Wyoming County Times of thej John Underhill estate and ccn-j tinued to publish the paper until 1926 when he retired and sold thej paper to Levi A. Cass. J 1 Mr. Norris was an elder in the, Presbyterian church in Castile andj later in the Presbyterian church! in Warsaw. He also served as aj member of the village boards, both in Castile and in Warsaw. He be-J came a membep of the Masonic! Lodge in Castile and was later a’ past master of Warsaw lodge, F. & A. M. 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