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WTf X' TELEPHONE 710 NEWARK COURipi-GAZEJTE 'X n D MARION ENTERPRISE, NEWARK, N. Y. THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1941 THREE ARCADIA REFORMED Rev. B. DeYoung, Pastor Se -vices next Sunday ■ morn- ng a t 10:30. Communion Of the rd's Suppe,r. Sunday School t 12. - Evening Service at 7:30 will; e an open air service in charge -f the Young People,. . Six delegates will attend the ontour Falls Youth Fellowship Conference Monday, June 30, to Saturday, July 5. EMMANUEL EVANGELICAL Bev. Henry C. Haag, Minister Sunday, 10:00—Worship and Sermon—“My Obligation to my Church.” 11:15—Bible School. 6 30 p.m.—Christian Endeavor Meeting. All Youth invited. 7:30 p . m— Evening Worship. PARK PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Willis R. Sanderson, Pastor Thursday, 7:30 p. m.—Choir Rehearsal. Sunday, 10 a.‘ m, — Church School Session. 11 a. m.—Sacra­ ment of the Lord’s Stjpper.and Ordination Service, Monday,' 6:30 p. m. — Reed Cla.vs picnic at Perkins Park. FIRST BAPTIST Rev. Nicholas Titus, Pastor Sunday morning Worship Service at 10:00, Subject: “A Thing of Beauty.” Choir Rehearsal^ Friday eve­ ning at 7:00._ A reception will be held for Rev and Mrs. Nicholas Titus at the church on Friday, June 27, at 8.00. Arcxdia Home Bureau,. 5—will hold a picnic Sunday, June 29; at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Laible, Marbletown Road. Dinner will be served at l p. m., with Mrs.. Laible -in, charge. Members are -asked to bring a dish of food, sand­ wiches, sweetened lemon juice, and table service. Townsend Club of Newark— will sponsor a hot dog roast this Friday evening in Perkins Park, Serving from 6:30 until ail are served. Ladies’ Aid Society—of Re­ deemer Lutheran Church are sponsoring an apron social at ■the—-church- this (Thursday) evening, beginning at 7 :30 p^tn. Refreshments will be served. The, public is invited to attend. - Ever-Ready Bridge Cfiub—will 'meet at the' home of Mrs. Kath­ erine Geer, Moore St., Tuesday, July 1. BY R O T A R Y Rotary Club committees for: the year, and the appointment of Harold A. Starr as sergeant, were announced yesterday by JV Walter Caves, newly elected president. , Officers of the club make up the Aims and Objects Commit­ tee which is headed by Caves. Its members are Charles H. Baldwin, Glen, I. Bidwell, Wil­ liam H. Inman, Floyd K. Wine- gard, Robert B. Hall and Fran­ cis Stein. Chairmen of the various sub­ committees under Club Service- compose the Club Service Com­ mittee of which Bidwell, is: chairman. These sub commit­ tees are as follows: , A. Classification—Charles H, Baldwin: b.’ Membership—not announced; c. Fellowship—'Aug­ ust B. DePauw, chairman, El­ mer J. Cunningham, Harold A,' Starr, Lewis H. Hicks, Harry M. Brown; d. Host—Raymond A. Auction Bridge Club—Mrs. A. J, Fremouw of Madison Ave. will entertain the,’ Eyer-Ready and Auction Bridge Clubs at a weiher roast at noon next week Thursday, July 3, at her cottage at Holland’s Cove. CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE 237 E. Miller St. Thomas A. Wilcox, Pastor Sunday School, 10 a, m. Morn­ ing worship, 11 a. m. Guest speaker. No Young People’s meeting. 7:45 p. m. Evening service, guest speaker. Prayer and Bible Study, Wed­ nesday, 7:45. The Pastor is attending the annual (Missionary Coinvention tajt Rome, N. Y„ and will return Sunday bringing a guest speak­ er with him. ' Youth’s Temperance Council- will meet at the home of * Paul Merriam, 418 Church St., Tues­ day evening, July 1, at 7:30 p. m. The Rev. Nicholas Titus will be, the guest speaker. Paul Mer­ riam will have charge of the games. Refreshments will be served by Mrs. Albert Merriam. All young people interested in temperance are invited to at­ tend. Past Noble Grand’s dub—of Silver, Link Rebekahs will meet tonight (Thursday) at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Gordon (Martin, East Union St., Mrs, Ora Bloom will be the assistant hostess. Roll call will be “Our Flag”. -Fortnightly Club—will hold 1 o'clock luncheon Tuesday, July 1, at the Party House, Seneca Castle. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE \Christian Science” .is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon m all Churches..of Christ, Scien- ou Sunday, June 29,. The*, Golden Text is: \The: S o i d fla t # made bare his holy' arm, in the eyes of all the natiohs,. and all the ends of the,earth shall see the salvation of our God” i Isaiah 52:10). • The local services afe. held at Re\ corner of Mason and High Sts at ll a. m. Sunday School at ll a. m. Wednesday evening service at 8 o'clock.-! Wednesday afternoon the rooms are open from two until 4 p. m. for the purpose ol read­ ing and obtaining literature. All are most welcome to attend our services and visit the reading roomX REDEEMER LUTHERAN Rev. August Koerber, Pastor Divine Worship: Sundays 11 a m. Sermon, “The Lost Sheep and the Patient Shepherd.” Sunday School has gone into summer recess until further notice. Thursday evening, June 26, at 7 30 the Ladies’ Aid invites all friends to a social which prom­ ises to be both unique and in­ teresting. The arrangements are in the hands of a committee consisting of Mrs. Conrad Mohr and Mrs. Calvin Seheetz. The first Sunday in July is the date of the next observance of the Holy Communion. Ladies’ Aid Society, Redeem­ er Lutheran Church—will meet at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, July 2, at the church. The Ladies' Aid Society of Clyde Lutheran Church: has been invited to a t meeting. v The successful future of the agriculture and rural life \of Wayne County is reassured by the continuing interest ’’ and large enrollment in the county 4f(H clubs. • >?The following data was taken from the semi annual: report jptst released by the county club agent, Merle C. Cunningham aiid supports the above stater ment. f ■ • .'ct. ; IjSeyen hundred seventy-mine bqys and girls are conducting oyer 1,000 projects in the fields of: agriculture and home ''(eco­ nomics. Of this number 42 per cent are girls who are learning tc>‘ cook and sew by taking. 326 projects in hsmemaking. In •ad­ dition 88 girls are doing agricdlr ttjral work consisting of . Veger tqjrie Gardening, Flower raising. Arcadia Reformed Church—A picnic fdr all members and friends of the church and Sun­ day School of Arcadia Reform­ ed Church will be held at 6:30 p. m. Friday, June 27, in Per­ kins Park. Members are asked to bring sandwiches for their own families, an extra dish for the table, and table service. Expectant Mothers’ Club — meets every Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 at the Health Center. Reed Class—of Park Presby­ terian Church will hold its fam­ ily picnic Monday, June 30, at 6 p. m. ih Perkins Park. Each member is asked to bring his own dishes, silver, rolls for fam­ ily, and one. dish to pass. N o i l - D e n o m i n a t i o n a l B i b l e Class—will meet at-7:30 p_m. Tuesday, July 1, in .the base­ ment of the Library. The Book of Hebrews is being studied. The public is. welcome. Loyal Temperance Legion— will hold its annual picnic this Friday at 3 p. m. at Perkins Park. Muth, chairman, J, Stuart Reed, Merrill J. Holloway; e. Attend­ ance —. Harry G, Chapman, chairman, Howard Barker, Hay- old B. Walters, Victor Dudeney; Program—Glen I. Bidwell,’ supervising chairman; g. Music _ E. Elliott Marsh, chairman, Fred Stuerwaid, Jr., John C. Graham; h. Rotary Information —Rev. Charles W. Walker, chairman, Hon. Lewis A, Gil­ bert, Dr. Frederick C. Donnelly, Fred A. Burger; i. Public, In­ formation-—Roy W. Robinson, chairman, E. R. Woelfel, Nor­ man Lauterback; j. Club Publi­ cation—Glen I. Bidwell, chair­ man. Charles R. Clark, Alfred G. Winfrey, ^ L William H. Inman is chair­ man of the Vocation Service Committee with Walter H. Hal- lagan, Leon A. Westfall and E. Laverne Wood as members. The Community Service Com­ mittee, headed by Floyd K. Winegard, has as its members Lyman K, Stuart, IJarry H. Wal­ ters; Kendrick Smith, R. A. S. Bloomer, George A. Burnham, and the chairmen of the follow­ ing sub committees; a. Boys’ Band—Harry A' Crofoot, chair­ man, Harry G. Chapman, John Metcalf, Clarence W. Reed, E. R. Woelfel, Howard Barker; b. Stu­ dent Loan—A. E. Nash, .chair­ man, William C. Buck, William C. Chittenden, Fred Stuerwaid, Jr., Charles' R. Clark; e. Youth Service—Francis Sbsin, chair­ man, Ernest Severson, C. Stan- Mis ■ ServIce-SRdbert* B„ Hall, cflair- man, Wesley’ S.. Sawyer, Stan­ ley H. OderkSrk. Vernon M. Gridley is chair­ man of the Transportation Committee, assisted by Dr. H. G. Hubbell, Floyd Waltz, Harold Drake. The Inter-Club Commit­ tee is headed by Robert B. Hall with Arthur G. Schulz, Dr. J. A. Reed, Rev. Charles W. Walker arid William Buck as members. On the Sports Committee are: Harold Drake, chairman, Ernest Severson, Alfred Winfrey and E. E. Marsh. ------------ q _ ---------- - Blue Jays as Valets Blue jays sometimes act as valets” to deer. As the ani­ mals drink and.browse, the jays go to work removing the- ticks that infest the- deer. Strangely, each.bird adopts one particular *deer-for regular “brush-offs.” boys, making lip the remairiiri^ 5Si per cent o f the'tqtal erirplS;* irfent, have signed up for inqke than 22 different projects; Gafe- dening and .crop raising coii- tjnues to be the most- popular project with 306 members em ‘ rolled, Calf raising is secondlof cooperation and the irnpprt- with Poultry as third choice, ance of community spirit. All Potato Raising, Forestry, and of these characteristics arid Pig raising are next in popu­ larity with a few members en­ rolled in. colts, sheep, strawber­ ries, baby beef and beekeeping. Besides their training and experience in conducting their agricultural and homemaking projects, these 4-H Club- mem­ bers are receiving valuable edu­ cation in personal development through the local clubs to which they belong. Eighty-eight men, women, boys arid older girls are volun­ tarily and without remunera­ tion giving their services to lead these clubs so boys and girls in their communities ,may benelt by the opportunities the 4-H ’movement, offers. Through holding offices arid being active members of their local clubs, 4-H boys and girls learn how to conduct business meetings, speak in public, to accept responsibilities, the value others which are derived from group activities, contribute to the 4-fold development of hsad, heart, hands arid health and makes for leading citizens of the future. — - Hom e Spun Y arns Even the most delicate, gela­ tine pudding unmolds perfectly if the ‘mold has been lightly oil­ ed with a flavorless oil. If soup is too salty, drop a sliced raw potato into it, and boil it for five or six minutes. The potato will remove some of ;the salt. When grinding dry bread, tie a paper bag over the outlet of the, grinder. This prevents the crumbs from going over the table or floor. CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE 3 3 7 E . S i l l i e r S t . MORNING. WORSHIP, 11 A. M. EVANGELISTIC MEETING, 7:45 P. M. — Guest Speaker — Music by the Orchestra Great Hymn Singing One favorite way to prepare a crunchy sandwich f , ' - shredded raw carrot is in a gel-tnade with shredded « carrots, afin salad in combination withchopped peanuts, and salad ' pineapple or orange. Another is dressing • -is-vro \ »uilOM.«nsi- Residence Fmieral' IJome 124 West Miller St,, J. & Fred Stuerwaid Lie. Owner first METHODIST Rev. Cyril T. Winkworth, Pastor Sunday morning worship at 10 .00 Church. School-at 11:15? Mid-week service of worship anci meditation on Thursday evening at 7:30. Executive .meeting of the wsc.s., including all officers and circle leaders, at the par­ sonage this Thursday at 3 p. m. east NEWARK MISSION Undenominational Elmer Tripp, Pastor Sunday School, 2;30 p. m Ghurch service, 3:30 p. m. Public Welcome. Past Matrons’ Club—of Ami­ tie Chapter, O.E.S. will hold its annual picnic at 1 p. ,m. Satur­ day, Jtirie 28, at the cottage of Mrs. Fred Stuerwaid, at Lake Bluff. FAIRVILLE METHODIST I A! Herman Murdock, Pastor Church School, Morning Wor- ;nip Service, and- Children's Service at regular time. The ttussell Carpenter, pastor t the Lyons Methodist Chfttch w'll occupy the puipifr. Monday, June 30—Outing and \emer roast at Roseland Park ■T\'y llth—Fourth Quarterly '-•onfprenoe. Tim souring of cream does’ change its food value any n!'p than does the soaring of For idgas on different ahrtS to use and sour'iriilk. na cream, as well as cheese, AT York residents should , r| e for a free copy o f Cornell ■ “f'Un E-389, “Milk, and ; r \ Send requests tp the m 0 of Publication, Roberts hhaba, New York. Phone 37 Juniorl Junior! My suJ% I've tost the boy! Never saw (juickerjhiclcer lather in hard w a ter ! • Swan suds two times quicker than old-time float- .ipg soaps —eben in hardest water. 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RAPID DELIVERY SERVICE Open Saturday Evenings-

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