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The Newark courier-gazette, the Marion enterprise. (Newark, N.Y.) 1941-1947, June 26, 1941, Image 7

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TELEPHONE 710 NEWARK' O O U ^ E R -G A Z E IfE A N D .# A $ 0 N ENTEftFRISE, NEWARK, N. Y. THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1941 SEVEN IN palmyra — Private C. Ployci nune of the 2Q9tta Coast Ar- ■jlery Camp Stewart, Ga„ who as been on a furlough visiting r parents, Mr; and Mi’S. Frank emue and family, returned to. amp Sunday. Miss Ethel Holderman, of Long, land a student at'the Teach- « state College, Albany, was e euest last week of Mr, and rs Edward Gleason and family. Miss Neilie Wells Is spending month in New York City, iss Joan Brokaw, student.at idniore College, Saratoga orings who is spending the imnter recess with her mother, vs Gladys Brokaw, has accept-! a position at the B. Forman mpuny store, in Rochester, for, vo mouths. ;noon. ’Hart Pierce, Jr., student at the, aw school, Arm Arbor, Mich.,; spending the vacation period ith his parents, Mr.. ahd Mrs. al-t pierce, Sr., Canandaigua Mrs Robert Wapfes and. Mrs..', eorge Cadwallader returned, ursday frOrn Hight'stoWn, ,N.' • where Mrs. Waples’ son, Rob- ’t jr, is a student at . the Ped- *e' School. He accompanied' em home. Mrs Marjorie Davidson, of El­ ba, is spending her vacation ith'her parents, Mr. and Mrs. asil Fleming,, of Washington treet. Allvn Cator, student at Cornell: Diversity, is spending the ya-; tion period with his ..parents, j- and Mrs. Vernon Cator. Mr and Mrs. James Dibble,' -compunied by Karl. Ziegler, turned to Palmyra Thursday ter .-pending a few days, in oilund. Mich., where Mr. and Dibble's son, Edgar, was nv’tch -r of the Hope College ■actuating class. . Mrs William' Perauyn and other. Mrs. Mary Roster, of anon, were in town Friday tern urn and attended the \oman's Auxiliary of Zion hurrh picriic at the home of rs. W.lhain Tilden and family, anandaigua Road. Mrs Lida Kelly has returned her home on West Jackson reet after spending the past eek with Mrs. Julia Quigley in airport Miss Helen Smith, who ha? en a patient at the Strong em'n.F: Hospital, Rochester* as, able to retuuit to her. home* hursday. Miss Florence Orlopp after ending ten days with her par­ ts, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Or- pp. has returned to her duties nurse at Camp Dix, N. J. - Mr and Mrs. Wallace Beatty ave returned from Saranac ake in the Adirondacks, where Beatty was a delegate to e Li u'. - club State Convention, st week ’ 9 Mrs Frank Mosher has re- tum to her home on Wash- gton Street after a week in lir.ira where she was called by e death of a friend. Mrs Percy E. Taylor and ughter, Muriel, returned ursday from a motor trip to altimore, ,Md., Washington, D. and Philadelphia, Pa. Miss Jean Larson, junior at tnrseo Normal, is spending the mmer vacation with her par­ ts Mr. and Mrs. 6scar Lar- Tbt Misses Blanche and Mil- ed Amidon and Mrs. M-inta ller are vacationing at the fflidon cottage in Leroy Island, us Bay. Robert A. JStevely, son of Mr. d Mrs George E. Stevely of nortsviiie. formerly of'Palmyra, eceived the degree of Bachelor t Science in Agriculture at Cor­ al University on Monday, June Paul v Converse, son of Mr. d Mr.- w. Ray Converse, was ong the candidates success- 7 taking the entrance exam- aticn to the United States ® Academy at Annapolis, unne the past year he was' in tendance at the Bullis SchopJ, “;er s Phng, Md„ preparing for , examinatfon. He received eis from j|aVy Depart_ ent to report to Annapolis for une 23 raI examination Monday, *tty Janice East With an av- non \f 94 per cent was the •:\'uian of the eighth grade G ib s o n N o t e s D u r in g W e e k Pprt Gibson—Mrs. Elmer Sny­ der entertained the Birthday CJub on Wednesday with a one- thirty luncheon followed by cards at the home of Mrs. Ina Waldo in Shortsville. Mrs, Lloyd Squires of Shortsville was the guest of honor. 1 Mrs. James Crawford will en­ tertain the Stitch and. Chatter Club this Thursday afternoon at her home. Mrs. Almon Curtis will have charge of the. meeting of the Friendly Club at her home on Friday afternoon of this week. Fred Dembke of ’Rochester called on C. O. Heald on Satur­ day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, J. Waldrqn Spears of Newark visited Her sister, Mrs, Herman Schumrn and family on Sunday after­ George Walters and . Mrs, Belle \Sutterly of Lyons called on Mr.; and Mrs. Frank. Waiters on Sat­ urday evening;. Mr. and Mrs, perry L, McKin- nejLjpd daughter Jean accom­ panied by Mr, and Mrs. Robert Burns and .the Misses Virginia :and“ Vivian \Norton- spent Sat­ urday evening in Groton. Mr.\ James O’Beirne and son. James, Jr., spent Friday and Saturday in Rochester. ■ Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Neal of Palmyra were Friday evening callers on Mr, and Mrs. William Lyon. Miss Emily Fisher was the week-end guest -of Mr. and Mtis-.-. William Rotnor of Rgchestgr. f ; i Mr, and Mrs. William 6gderi of Shortsville called on Mr. and Mrs.. Kenneth Lyon, on Thurs­ day evening. Mrs. Lillian Fisk was the re­ cent guest of Mrs. Carrie Stacy : of Rochester for several days. The Misses Jeanne Robison and Elaine Northrup of Dallas, Texas, and Miss Ruby Geiss en­ joyed a boat trip to Cobourg, Canada, on Sunday. Mrs. -Elmer Snyder and Miss Mildred King spent Sunday aft­ ernoon in Shortsville where they called on Mrs. Ina Waldo-. Miss Edna Plass deft on Mon­ day of this week for a visit with Rev. and Mrs. Paul Kirkpatrick a-nd family at Lodi. Mr. and Mrs. James O’Beirne and son visited friends In Dans- ville on Sunday. ,o -------- PERSON ALS Lyons—Mr. ahd' Mrs. Servis who were’ vis’itlpg their daugh­ ter Mrs. - Lqroy Compson last week,’ returned to ‘ their home in Rochester pn, Sunday. The Officers Club of Human­ ity Chapter No, 466 O.E.S. will meet ap the home-of Mrs. Myrtle Wadsworth,; tonight,- June 26. Mrs. Alice ’ Wolvin and Mrs.- Elizabeth Sunderville are .assist­ ant hostesses, . The Pant Matrons Club of Humanity: Chapter No. 46fj will have their pierije.at .the Logan cottage. Lproy /.Island, Sodus Point, Friday, Jhrie .27. ‘ , Mrs. '-Leroy. Compson enter­ tained- her bridge club on Wed­ nesday afternoon. Mrs. Norton and two daugh­ ters of Blaisdel, N. Y„ spent from Thursday, do Sunday with the. Rev. ahd Mrs!. -N . W. Ross. Mr. Norton. arrived Sunday morning returning to Blaisdel Sunday evening with his fam­ ily. Mrs. Ernest Skyward of Bos­ ton/ Mass., is -spending the week at the. home oi her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wagner, South Lyons. The Rev/and Mrs. -Frederick Gillette of Dayton, Ohio, are spending • itwo weeks ■ visiting friends and relatives in town, Mr, find Mrs, William Speeht Jr., -of Palmyra were the dinner guests p-f Mr. and Mrs. Wilharp., Spacht, Sr., on Sunday. Harrie Moore. Jr., is woikmg in the-Hawk Ey-e. branch of East T man Kodak/Co. for the summed. -Mrs. Frank Coffey, Miss Bett,’ •Coffey, !<and .Miss Patsy Coffq, were in Syracuse Friday afidr-’ noon. ... ■ 4 Miss Myrtle Carr, who leach / es English at -the Wolcott High ! School, is spending the humme^- with her parents, Dr. and Mrs-, E. W. Carr., • - Mr. and- Mrs. Howard Baiton are • parents of a son, bora on Wednesday, June 18. '<Clyde . , Miss' Ann Velotte, Miss Doro­ thy Dunn, Miss Jeanne Mooie and Miss Kathryn Negus aie employed atrithe Wayne County': .Health Camp for the summei , After a week’s visit with Miss. Mary Fish of Pqughkeepsie, Miss. Barbara Chapin arrived Satur r: day .to spend the summer with! her parents, Mr. and Mxs. H. G. Chapin. . .. vs Jack W|nans of Ridei College “ Trehton, N. J,,-spent-the jseekt’ end' with Mr. and Mrs B G s Baldwin. He plans to woik at Lake-Placid lor the summer. Miss Marian Hood, a student at Eastman School of Music, has been appointed' Playground Director for the summer.. -The playground will open on Mon­ day, ![une 30.. Mrs- Beulah Anderson of Phelps St. announces ithe. qn-j gagement of her' daughter,’Ru.th; Ann, to Mr- Mary iri, Miller, son, of Mh and Mrs.- Charles- W. MH-',j ler of Broad St. The wedding. will take place‘August 18, 1941, jN. W. Ross last Monday morn- m St, Michael’s Church, Father • ing. . John Keefe officiating. Miss An-1 Mrs. Frank Coffey and the derson is a member of the 1941 Misses Betty and Patricia Cof- nradnation „]»«- of ftp I vons f®y were “ Rochester for the gfaduation class of the Lyons (afternoon and evGni-ng last High School. Mr. Miller is a graduate of. Lyons High School, clas; of 1940, and is employed •at Wayne Chevrolet Company, Lyons. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sharpe of Clyde announce the engage- m nt of .their daughter, Evelyn, Loiene, to Mr. William Mor- sheimer, son of Mr. and Mrs. ■Charles Schwab of Lyons. They will be wed sometime in July. Miss Sharpe is a graduate of - High School‘and- the On­ tario Business Institute. She is secretary at the E. J. Barber Hospital. Mr. Morshelmer at­ tended Lyons Union School and in January -was honorably dis­ charged frorii the National- Guard as a sergeant. He served with, the National -Guard for six yeais. He ip employed- by the I. B Kaiser Distributing Co, Miss Daphne Gibbs of Platts- buig Normal is spending her summer vacation at the home of her panentP, Mr.' and Mrs. Arthur Gibbs.' 7 Thornton Negus is employed 'at Kenrripre Machine Go. for the summer. * Seymour Reynolds, Robert Wadsworth and William Wick- •man are employed at Hickok factory for the summer. Mr, and Mrs. John- Spe-cht of East Rochester called on Mr. .and Mrs. William' Specht,' Satur­ day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Stauffer of Cali­ fornia visited the Rev. aridsMrs. afternoon Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lutz an­ nounce the birth of a daughter Lorna Kay, weight 10 pounds 8 ounces, on June II. The mother was formerly Miss Grace Cham­ berlain of Newark. ’ . / —— — o ---------- Bing Crosby Lists Feminine Charms Any girl who possesses charm* should be. able to win her man. For with that gift, she can be homely and. yet attractive and winning, says Bing Crosby. “Charm has many attributes and qualities., but there are Lye pre-f-equisites which I consider essential. “The first is that, she always^ act like a lady, Sjhe can be a1 good sport, but with a moral code. * ,- - «■»; “Next L -visualize a charming lady as one who has a sense of humor, warm sympathy toward people, a pleasing voice, grace and tact. Whatever she ’ does and says gives pleasure, she can take: a “ribbing,” arid yet not be offended. Better still’, She cari come back with the answers. . “She must have also steadi­ ness and balance. She must be the sort that doesn’t ‘fiy off the handle’ over trivial things,, that isn’t forever fussing and fidget­ ing. When you are with her, you have the feeling that she- pos­ sesses great inner ppise and serenity. I t relaxes and soothes you to. be with her. “And, finally, I think that the charming woman is always na­ tural and sincere. Her sim­ plicity, her frank, open manner, are the greatest elements of her charm. She. isn’t attempting to be .something ..that she is nob and doesn't i assume airs ■? “Nothing makes p. man feet more uncomfortable than a w.ojpan who! poses and he can­ not be permanently attracted, to­ iler.” - - f wm 141 So, Main ?t. JUICY, TENDER ROUND STEAKS 1 C 703 So* Main St, GENUINE, 19431.. MONTGOMERY WARD Churches Sponsor m w t m P m g r e s s Daily Vacation Bible School, for all village children of 5 to- 14 years old, opened last Mon- : day at the Baptist Church. The school, sponsored by Newark churches, will . be held each; week day morning from 9 to 11:30 a. m. through next Thurs­ day, excepting Saturday. The Rev. Nicholas Titus, pas-, tor of the Baptist Church, is superintendent of the , school, assisted by the Rey. Henry C. Haag of Emmanuel Evangelical Church. 'The daily program, in­ cludes Bible study, worship, singing, recreation, and hand-, craft work. Following close of the school , next Thursday morping, Special exercises will be held that eve-! ning in the church at which! accomplishments of the chil­ dren will.be. displayed. ’ Teachers for the school, all volunteers, are -Mss. Albert Hen-: drlck, Mrs. Verne Bead, 'Mrt- -Charles Sergisson, Miss Susie-1 Reynolds, Miss Anna Jane Reed, Miss diarlottk Witchey, Miss Ellen Dion, Misk Myrtle Barn- matoer, Miss Betty Allen, and Miss Marjorie Vanderlinde. _ --- v -L q , — To avoid hard-frozen pieces of fruit in fresh-fruit ice creain, crush the fruit first, then let it Stand awhile with sugar before adding the fruit to the cream mixture. ---------- o- A rough guide for the amount, of money to spend for a rug or carpet is from 48 to W per cent: of a living-room or- dining-room budget, and from • 10 to 15 per cent of a bedroom budget. Mu.i-mg class Friday evening ‘rta High STchool. DOug- t Palmyra High Sfchooi. 7 ‘ r,',''Vey wlth ah average, of M, PrLrent was salutatorian. t.lcn Tellier, daughter, of .nn Mrs. H. A.. Tellier of : • Mani Street, was-recently , .i. ee as recording, secretary, nm- .ocial sorority Gamma pmw„. ’ Mlss Tellier is a i of next year’s senior c_ ai‘<i is majoring in Homer Soma05 at Hartwick Coile^< Miss Marcia Knapp, of- Oxford, acnt! Ls spe'ndihg, the summer >W Mr T f i?er -parellts’ Ml'- > Stj L Knapp. Washing- st. Mary Popular liim (,/re 10 e°lleges in, the t M !'lles beai'lrig the name \St. Story’s.” The Car That Couldn’t Be Because the owner failed to carry liability insurance, , . See us for informtaion re­ garding the New Yorjs State; Financial Responsibility Law. PROTECT YOUR RIGHT TO DRIVE! GEO. W. Old Line Stock Companies Linboln-AlUance Bldig. Phone 416 Newark’s Oldest Insurance Agency -Ji. 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