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The Newark courier-gazette, the Marion enterprise. (Newark, N.Y.) 1941-1947, June 19, 1941, Image 7

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PERSONALS EDITORIAL FEATURES T h e Y M # fa Enterprise S E C O N D S E C T I O N VOL. I' NEWARK, NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1941 Subscription — 12.00 a Yetr Published Weekly TWO SECTIONS — 14 PAG / \(Continued from First Section) Frank S. Wiebeld of West Ave.; Herbert W. Mapstone of Bast Rochester, . and Alford Carlston of Himrods spent last week at Chaffee’s Land­ ing on the Styx River in Can­ ada, on a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs, Lee M. Yoder of Rochester • were, week-end quests of ..Mr. and Mrs. Irv­ ing Clark of West Miller St. Mr and Mrs. A. S. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O'Reilly and family of Roch­ ester were Sunday callers, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison M. Howard, West ' Union St. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley G. ’ Covcll of Rochester were week-end guests of Mr.- and Mrs. Bruce Clark and family of Budd Road.. Miss Mina Elve has left on a vacation trip to Oxford, Ohio, and the Southern States, to visit friends. She will be gone the remainder of the summer. Dr. and Mrs. J.. J. Kaufman' will be dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Goehert, Jr., at their cottage, Mart-Go Inn, Sodus Point, Friday evening. Mrs. Carol Burden Heifer of Sodus Point, formerly o f New­ ark. left last Friday night, Jun? 13. to spend the week- 1 end in Chicago with Miss -Lu- cile Tyler. On Sunday night Mrs Heifer left Chicago for , Las Vegas, Nevada, where she will spend the summer. Mi' Maude Brill,.of Landon _Ave has received word from Hawaii, that her son, Spen­ cer. who has been confined to a hospital ship for seven weeks, has now returned to his duties as third class elec­ trician's mate on the USS Whitney tender. Allyn Cator, a student at Cornell University, has ar­ rived home to spend the sum­ mer vacation. ” H. Berger of Church St. ■■'lied . friends in Syracuse Sunday, June 15. F-tcr Goebert, Jr.,'of West Miller St., who underwent an operation recently at Newark Hospital, is convalescing ’-at hi' cottage, Mart-Go-Inn, So­ da- Point. Mr and .Mrs. Herbert Gar­ rett of Grace Ave'. were week­ end guests of Mrs. Garrett’s sister. Mrs. Samuel Newberry, and Mr. Newberry, in Roches­ ter Mrs. John Verdow of On- farm spent several days last week with her daughter, Mrs. frank Sedgwick of Jefferson Extension, she returned'home Sunday with Mr, Verdow. Mr -and Mrs. Merrill E, Right- myer of West Miller St. spent the week-end with Mrs. Right- tnver's parents, Mr.. and Mrs. H race J. Hoyt of Syracuse, at thfir cottage at Sandy Pond. Mr M. Allen Eddy and Miss Ad-e O'Brien of Albany were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs Frank DeLaney of Frank­ lin St. Mr. and Mrs. Earle G. Par­ ker and son, Billy, and Mrs. H. M. Howard of West Union St. spent • Sunday ' visiting friends and relatives at Sodus Point. Seymour Kelly, who has been ill for several weeks, re­ sumed' his duties as manager of the Socony. Station. last week. Mr. and Mrs, Edward H.' Boye of Buffalo ahd Mrs. Henry Boye of Lqckport spent Sunday with the Misses Emma F. Boye and Grace M. Clarke of Mason St. Mr. and Mrs. Charges Van- HoJder of Canandaigua called on friends in town Sunday. Mrs. George Beaies of Roch­ ester is spending some, time with her mother, Mrs. Jose-\ phine \Carpenter of East Mil­ ler St., who is ill. . The Rev. and Mrs.. Mal­ colm Cronk and Mrs. Frank Bartleson aryl daughter, Faye, have returned to their home in Grand Rapids, Mich.; after spending several days with their mother - and grand­ mother, Mrs. Edna Munn of Madison Ave. Mrs. Mary F. Fisk of Roch­ ester, Mrs. Leslie Wilson of Ithaca, Mr. and Mrs. Warren W. Fisk.of Minneapolis, Minn., and Mr. Veiora Welcher of Arcadia were guests of Miss Frances Fisk of Maple Court last week Thursday., Frank Clark Of Sodus spent Father’s Day with his daugh­ ter, Mrs. Clark Reed and fam­ ily of Madison Ave. Carl Lyke has been confined by illness to his home on Vienna St. Mrs. Harry Rider of Bartle Avenue entertained her sew­ ing club oh Wednesday eve­ ning of this week. Mr. Bradley Cutting and his mother, Mrs. Charles Cutting of Buffalo spent the week-end with., his family on Madisorj. Aye. '*7 Mrs. Frank Clark of Seneca Falls has been spending sev­ eral days with her sister, Miss Nellie Clark of Mason St. Mrs. Edna Milnn of Madi­ son Ave. and her guests were dinner guests o f Mrs.. Marinus Clicctuennoi at Williamson last week Wednesday. Miss June Cook of Vienna St. will spend next week with her aunt, Mrs. Bert Vandar Mark of Phelps. Mrs. Edmund Sehram re­ turned to her home on Jef­ ferson Ext. from the Newark Hospital. Mrs. C. T. Garlock, Mrs. Ward Crider, Mr®. Edward Vickery, Mrs. Fred Young,, Mrs. Lloyd Gay, Mrs. B. S. Cooper, Mrs. Carlyie Stratton, Mrs. Frank S. Wiebeld, of Newark, and Mrs. Walton Ladd of Rochester enjoyed' dinner at Lorenzo’s in Roch­ ester last night, followed toy bridge at the home of Mrs.. Ladd -on Genesee St. .• Mr. and*, Mrs. G, R. Bird and Mr. arid Mrs, Francis Richardson and daughter, Sandra, of Church St. arid Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Bird and son, John, of High St. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hollenbeck at their farm home near Phelps. -- I Miss Lulu Lytle of Wolcott is spending several days as the guest of ‘Dr. and Mrs. D. F. Johnson of High St. ' Mrs. Robert. Rayffeld ' and infant son, Robert, .Jr., ar­ rived at their home on East Miller St. from the General Hospital, Rochester, on Sun­ day. Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. 'Wie­ beld of West Avenue ‘were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard' R. Wiebeld of Pal­ myra on Father's pay. Floyd Frudy of Webster had dinner • Monday with Mrs. Carrie Burcroff, West\ Miller St. ’ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Juben- ville called on Mrs. Ward Par­ ker bf West Union St. last week Friday. Alice Martin, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. .Bruce Martin, recently played' fbr a number of her friends ih a private re­ cital at the studio of Miss S. Blanche Shaw, Private Willard H. Ferris, Jr., bf Fort Meade, Maryland, spent a three-day furlough, over the week-end, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willard H. Ferris of North Main St. Mr. and Mrs, Ward. Bumpus have moved from 430 West Miller St. to his father’s house on Mason St. Spencer R. Rynearson is with the Fourth Armored Division at Pine Camp, N. Y. Mrs. Arthur ipoane and Mrs. Arthur Ellis o f . West Union St. called. Monday afternoon on Mrs. Elizabeth Leonard of Shortsville; -who' is a patient at the Memorial Hospital in .L. A. Chattihfon, C. H. Bfer- ger, E. T. Doty,- J. H- Porter, R. S. Martin, L. Wrench, G. S. Chapman, E. 3. Hbch- brueckner, B, L. Jagger and W. H. Porter of Newark Chap­ ter No.' 117, Royal ‘Arch IRa- sons, attended the meeting, of Griswold ''Chapter .No. 201 RAM ., at Clyde Monday eve­ ning, June 16.. The officers pf Newark Chapter conferred the Royal Arch degree o n ; a class of candidates. .. «• • * - Harrison M. Howard sEpd son, .Whitney, of West Uifign St., attended the ball gahfe between Rochester and Buf­ falo Sunday at 1-ted Wfrig Stadium in Rochester, Mrs. Elizabeth Leonard pf Shortsville, formerly of New­ ark, underwent an operation Monday at the Memorial Hos­ pital' in Canandaigua. . 2 Mrs. Ira Woodhouse is re­ ported ill at her home\ on 'East Miller St, ’ .-'.i . Mrs. George Negus of k son Ave, entertained at a sup^ per and birthday party la#, week Wednesday evening in honor of „ Miss Eva Welch. Guests present were , Mr# John Finegan, Mrs. William Noonan, Mrs. Philip Schwab, Mrs. LeRoy Wright, and Mrs, A. B. DePauw. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lindner ahd son, Fred, of Buffalo, were Sunday guests of Mr, and Mrs.:E. F. Welcher of Minsteed Road. Peter Bruinix has returned home from Clifton Springs Sanitarium, where he was a patient for two weeks follow­ ing an operation. Mrs. Carrie Burcroff' of West Miller St. spent the week­ end with Mr. and Mrs. Either Oakleaf in Sodus, ■'/.* , * V - Private Peter W. Stockman,', Jr., of Pine Camp, N. Y., spent the week-end with his parr ents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter’ Stockman of Fairville. . i 'Mr. and MrsY-Lee 'Schaffne#^ and family* of Colton Ave. spent the week-erid in Clear­ field, Pa., visiting Mr. Schaff- ner’s mother. Miss Marie Bohusz of East Miller St. is enjoying a vaca­ tion from her duties in the office of Bloomer Bros. Miss Ruth Dee, a student at New YorkState Teachers’ College, at \ Albany, arrived home Tuesday to spend the summer with her mother, Mrs. Ruth Dee of Myrtle Ave. '!) Howard Espenmiller of Ful­ ton, N. Y.; accompanied by Miss Beatrice Bender of La- fgyette spent th e ' week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. 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