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FOURTEEN AND MARION ENTERPRISE, NEWARK. N. Y. THURSDAY, JUNE 19, TELEPHONE n REV : TO If*-: I,—-,*--?’ iP ■.&-Sodus—Commencement exer­ cises tor Sodus High School will RtSfce:. place Tuesday evening, \Tune 24. The Rev. Charles W. . Walker of Newark will be the speaker. ' ' Dr. and Mrs. William Clark of ;;ftoehester, after spending a few ••days With Mrs. Clark’s father, George S. Reeves and Mrs. Regves, left Saturday for Cleve­ land/Ohio, where Dr. Clark will be1 on the staff of the Lakeside Hospital. Miss Helen Faust, a student at-'Wyoming Seminary at King.r. I„ ston, Pa., is spending the sum- \t fe mer with her parents. Rev. and f Mrs J. W. Faust, fsi-1 Mr. and Mrs. William DeHond t entertained Group Two of the k'\ Methodist Church and their I fanjilies at a picnic supper ji i j Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd M. Rich­ ards spent the week-end at *<■ Fourth Lake in the Adirondacks. •i Miss Virginia Travis, who has ;becn; teaching at Beaver Falls the past year, will teach com­ mercial Subjects in the Oriskany School next year. 1 C, Curtiss Gaylord received a bachelor of science degree at the. annual commencement of Springfield, Mass., YM.CA Col­ lege.. Sunday afternoon. iV-Mr. and Mrs. Elmer S. Ver- •Dow attended a dinner and bridge party ;at the home of S' Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fflaum in .Rochester Saturday evening, jufle 14. • - [Mr. and Mrs, Morton Adams entertained recently in honor of Mrs. James O. Hamilton, for­ merly ‘ Miss Bernice Burns. Guests were employees of the Farm Bureau, Home Bureau gnd 4-H club department and families. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Butts and Miss Mary Ward of Sodus and Efts. Grace Dingman Fields of Pasadena, Calif., were dinner gjiests Thursday, June 12, of J, J. Morrill in Fulton. (-• Walter McKenna has left the — employ of the Rochester Gas & •Electric Corporation and is now Connected with Chapin-Owen j Company of Rochester. ;Mrs. Charles Sutton and Mrs.' Mfie Ewing bf Sodus Point and Miss Pierce of ^ Newark were .... guests .of Mrs . 'F C Pitcher |*J5 ■ - Tuesday\ \evening. R ITES HELD • .Sodus-—Miss Naomi J. Sill of Sodus ‘and Sill’s Shore, Sodus point; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur- G.’Sill of. Sill’s Shore, Sodus Pomt, became the bride ' of -Joseph S. Valentine, son of Mn and Mrs. Bert E. Valentine ■ ofc Rose, N. Y., at 3 p. m. Friday, .June 6, 1941, in the rectory of “Sf.f John’s Episcopal Church, Sodus, N. Y. The Rev. John Wil- v Iramson, rector, performed the ceremony. The rectory was de-1 cprated with pink and white peonies,' pink and blue lupine and blue, and white iris, t ,iThe bride wore a costume suit of \Alice blue, with a navy and White, picture, hat and shoes, and-white eibow-length gloves. ; V. ,She carried an old fashioned V* bouquet .of sweetheart roses, \ sweet, peas, blue lace and lilies Oof the valley. Mrs. Elnathan Loveless of Wolcott and - Skatieateles was matron of honor, and Mr. Love­ less'ufited as best'\man. Mrs. Loveless chose a blue and white costume suit, and blue picture ; hat and-flowers similar to those of the»bride.- .-. 'Following the ceremony a ■ \dmKei-'pftty was held at thC ■ 'Hotel Webster, Canandaigua, 3#X\.Tijb table and room were defeorated with tea roses. All' guests were friends of the coiipje from Canandaigua, N. Y. ■■ [iind Mrs. Valentine left «»|y£ Wedding trip to New Eng­ land; Lahe George, and the Adi­ rondacks. They will be at home after June 16 at Sill’s Shore, , So'djis Pay, the bfideV summer t. ftqme.and place of business, jfte b^ide is.. a graduate of SdlVk pgh School, and Alfred UBi verity. She’was formerly with. Elizabeth Arden. ’ She is \ owner'of the summer resort and cgbins at SilPs Shore, Sodus .\ Point.' The bridegroom is the son of the former Wayne Coun­ ty' sheriff and is an account­ ant connected with the Skutt Co. ’at North Rose, N. Y. Prenuptial functions included a ‘variety §hQ'wer,by Mrs. Dean ’ Hunter and Mrs. Hbmer DoVille •i and a dinner payty at Krebs’, Skaneateles, N. Y. F o r 2 V ictim s O f A c c id e n t Funeral rites were held here Tuesday for two youthful New­ ark truckmen who met death in a highway accident in North Carolina 'last Thursday night, June 12. They were Edward Huntley, 23, of 113 Dell St., and Dominic Vitaro, 30, of 229 West Sherman Ave., who with a Flor­ ida man were killed when their truck overturned to a roadside pond in the night. The' pair had left Newark on June 2 and Were hauling pro­ duce from southern states to New York City and Philadel­ phia. Huntley’s.brother, Charles, was also working with them in North Carolina and came along in -a -ear shortly after the acci­ dent occurred. He said they had left a bowl­ ing hall at Atlantic Beach about 11:40' p. m.. traveling in the cab of the truck’s tractor without the trailer North Carolina state police, who investigated, told Huntley that they believed, the driver had been blinded by on­ coming lights or forced off th.- road on a curve and. after go­ ing along the shoulder about 25 feet, the truck slipped down a 6-fopt bank and overturned in :four feet of water in Bogue Sound near Moorehead City. Cnarles Hdntley aided in ex­ tracting the victims, but all were dead when rescued. Hunt­ ley had died of internal injuries, Vitaro was drowned, and Doug­ las Beari, 24, of Winter Garden. Fla., haa filed of a fractured neck, post mortem examina­ tions revealed. It was not known Which of the men was driving nor was the identity of the oncoming car obtained. Edward Huntley was born in Newark, the son of Mrs. Emma Huntley, who survives, and the late Bert Huntley. Also surviv­ ing are his wife, Jane Clark Huntley; a 3-year old son, Ed­ ward. Jr.; two sisters, Mrs. Bertha Djbbelaere and Mrs. Marie Ring, Newark; and two E. PALM YRA East Palmyra — Fourteen eighth grade pupils will be graduated from the East Pah myra Union School at annual commencement exercises today at 8:30 p. m. (DST). First part of the program will consist of exercises by the lower grade pupils following an ad­ dress of welcome by Betty Worth. Josephine Martin will give a solo and awards for per­ fect attendance; will be present­ ed to,Lestet Cox, Russell De- Wind, Maynard VanderMolon, Carl Hubright and Doris Farns­ worth. The second part of the pro­ gram will include. annual class day rites of the graduating class and the presentation of • dip­ lomas by George Young, presi­ dent of the board of education, ; and prizes by Harold Kimber, principal. ■ Th? class exercises will be as follows: Roll Call, Mildred Dey, class president; Salutatory. Hazel Farnsworth; Class His- ! tory. Peter Mason, class secret tary; Class Treasurer’s Report, George Tilburg, class treasurer; Class Prophecy. Thelma Harris; Class Will, Harold Vandenbout, class vice-president: Parting Advice. Lester Cox; Class Creed, Edith Allen; Piano Solo.'-yEdna | Goossen; Fairwell Song. _Ruth | Harding; Presentation of \ Gift, .Gene Tilburg: Acceptance of : Gift, Russell DeWind: Presen­ tation of Key. Olive Brown; Ae- i ceptanee of Key, Onalee Colvin; | Valedictory, Dorothy Gary. ^ brothers, Bernard and Charles j Huntley, Newark. ! Vitaro was born in Italy in 1 1910, the son of Mr. and Mrs. I Joseph Vitaro, with whom he j lived here and who survive. He ; is also survived by his wife, t Theresa, and one brother, Law­ rence Vitaro of Newark. Funeral services for both men were held I in St. Michael’s Church Tuesday- morning and both were buried ] in Willow Avenue Cemetery. W in n in g E x h ib ito r s L iste d , F o r A n n u a l F l o w e r S h o w • • f'A>- Following are the winners in the Newark Garden Club (Show held last Saturday and Sunday. ARRANGEMENTS . Class 1, For Terrace—1. Miss. Mary Hamm; 2. Mrs. Charles' Bloomer; 8. Mrs. Harry Brown; H.M. Mrs. jRobert Hall. Class 2, For Entrance Hall—1. Mrs. Newell Robinson; 2. Mrs. Earl Stott; 3. Mrs. Glsnn Fiiicfi; H.M. Mrs. Harry Brown. Class 3, Mantel Piece—1. Mrs. Newell Robinson; 2. Mrs. C. B. Kemper; 3. Mrs. Olin Bumpus; H.M. Mrs. Howard Franklin. Class 4, For Man’s Desk—1. Mrs. Newell, Robinson; 2. Mrs. Harry Brown; 3. Mrs. Peter Kemper. Class 5, For Formal Dinner— I. Mrs C J. Collins; 2. Mrs. Howard Franklin; 3;. Mrs. Olin Bumpus; H.M. Mrs. Earl Stott. Class 6, For Informal Lunch­ eon—1. Mrs. Olin Bumpus,;. 2. Mrs. Neweli Robinson; 3. Mrs. [Edward Witzel. Class 7, For 6-Year-Oid’s Birthday Party-^1 Mrs. James Davis; 1. Mrs, Charles McClel­ lan; 3. Miss Ellen Kemper, Class 8, For Guest Room—1. Mrs. Harry Brown; 2. Miss Ellen Kemper; 3. Mrs. Earl Stott; H.M. Mrs. Fearl Newton. Class 9, For Kitchen—1. Mrs. Floyd Waltz; 2. Mrs. Stuart Hal- lagan; 3. Mrs. Harry Brown; H.M. Mrs. F. C. Donnelly, Class 10, Flower Pictures—1. Miss Ruth Reeves; 2. Mrs. F. C. Donnelly; 3. Mrs. Newell Robin­ son; H.M. Mrs. Clarence. Reed. CULTURAL CLASS Class 4, Double Peonies—1, 'Mrs. Peter Kemper; 2. Mrs. Ray­ mond Genthner; 3. Mrs. Peter Kemper. Class 5, Bachelor Buttons—1. Harry Brown; 2. Mrs. Robert Soper. Claiss 6 (c), Canterbury Bells, 'blue—l Miss Christine Snyder; 12 Mrs Carlton Pulver; 3. Mrs. I Carlton Pulver. | Class 8 (b), Delphinium, hy- brids 1 Mrs Myrtle Caster; 2 'Mrs. Fred Filkins. Class 13, Tickseedi—1. Mrs Robert Soper; , 2. Mrs, G. S. Schuman; 3. Mrs.-'- Carlton Pul- ver. Class 15, Blanket Flower—1. Mrs. Robert Soper; 2. Mrs. F. J. Kopp. Class 17, Oriental Poppies—1. Miss Ruth Reeves; 2. Mrs. Ben­ jamin DeYoung; 3. Mrs. Miriam Feller. Class 18, Annual Poppies—1. Mrs. Robert Soper; 2. Mrs. Harry Brown; 3. Miss Ruth Reeves. Class 19. Finks—1. Mrs. C. B. Kemper; 2. Miss Ruth Reeves, Class 20, Sweet William—1. Mrs. Olin Bumpus; 2. Mrs. ’Rob­ ert Soper; 3. Miss Christine, Sny­ der. Class 22, Summer Chrysanthe­ mums—1. Mrs. C. T. Bloomer, Class 24—Lillies— 1. Mrs. O. E. Schuman; 2. Mrs. Fred Filkins;, 3. Mary Lea McClellan. Class 25, Columbine—2. Miss Minnie Hoeltzel. NAMED VARIETIES ROSES Class 26 (b), lIcGredy's Sun­ set—1. Miss Emma Hoeltzel: 2. Mfs. C. J. Collins. Class 27 (b) Mme Jules Bouche—1. Mrs. Fred Beard; 3. Mrs. Myrtle Caster. Class 29 (a), Countess Vandal —1. Mrs. Charles McClellan; 2: Mrs. C. T. Bloomer; 3. Mrs. Ralph Smith. Class 31 1c), Mrs. Aaron Ward —1. Miss Emma Hoeltzel; 2. Mrs. Charles McClellan. Class 32 (aj. Talisman—1. Mrs. C. J. Collins; 2. Mrs. Rob­ ert Soper. Class 32 (b), Signora—Mrs. Robert Soper; Mrs. C. K. Van Etten. Class 33 (a), Eclipse—1. Mrs. Ralph Smith; 2. Miss Emma Hoeltzel. UNNAMED VARIETIES ROSES Class 38, Climber, Pink—1. Mrs Raymond Combes; 2. Mrs. C T. Bloomer; 3. Mrs. Benjamin DeYoung. Class 39, Climber, Yellow !. Mrs. Raymond Combes, 2 Mr- Robert Soper, 3. Miss Marjorie ■Ehomas. . - ’ • . ' Class 40, Clinjhev, Red—1., Mrg. • Earl Stott; 2, Mrs. S. P. MacFall; 3. Mrs, Benjamin De­ Young. . ' Class 43, One stem of pink—1. ■Mrs. O. E. Schuman; 2. Miss Dorothy Thomas. Class 43 (a), One stem of pink (Growers of 10 plants ’or mote) —1. , Mrs. Harold MeClfllan; 2. Miss Helen Holden; 3. -Mrs. Wil­ liam Finch. , Class 47, Plant Novelties—1, Mrs. Robert Soper; 2. Mrs- C. J. Collins; 3, Miss Helen E. Frey; H.M. Mrs. Charles H. Davis. 48 (a), One stem of red (Growers of 10 plants or more)— 'l. Mr. Charles DeBarr; 2. Kem­ per Bloomer; 3. Mrs. Charles McClellan. . ' House ol Hazards appears, each week; In the Couner-Gazetfel I Never Complain... about drinking milk since Morn started getting .it from City Dairy. Seems like there’s more flavor in City Dairy milk. iL ’ tastes so feood going, down that I could drink a quart at one sitting. C I T Y I I A 1 1 1 Y 26 M A R K E T S AND B A K E R Y QUALITY FOODS AT LOW COST - - PREMIUMS AT NO COST SOAP FLAKES R itfi, F a s t A c tin g Suds — Speedy an d S a fe fo r AH .U n torlitls — C o lors o r W h ite. 5 LB. BOX O \ ? C “ SWBFYT-. H E A R T ” J l j f MEAT SPECIALS F R E S H M ADE — HOM E STVUB M E A T L O A F SALADA TEA F a m o u s Cor F la v o r , F r e s h and ‘ F r a g r a n t , S t i m u l a t i n g a n d .Satis­ fy i n g H o t Or to l d . — B L A C K OH M IX E D < QUARTER POUND PKG. . 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