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The Newark courier-gazette, the Marion enterprise. (Newark, N.Y.) 1941-1947, July 10, 1941, Image 12

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fijCWELVE m N e w a r k ’ c o u r i e r - g a z e t t e a n d m a r i o n e n t e r p r i s e , N e w a r k , n. y . T h u r s d a y , j u l y TELEPHONE 7|] EOPLE OF LYONS BUSY ON HOLIDAY WEEKEND - Lyons 4s employed Counselor at the Rochester Girl -Miss Barbara Chapin assistant as an Scout Camp Beechwood on Lake Ontario Miss Phyliss Coleman, who at­ tends Culver Academy, • Roches- ■'ter, was at borne for .the Fourth fOf July weekend. . ..Robert Boehmler isr taking a (six weeks course at New York University, to complete his Mas- \teros; degree. *Mr and Mrs Charles -Stover ate m Syracuse for the summer. * William Seward Weeks, Ever­ ett Bastian Fiank C. Williams, and-Daniel \Varalli were ordered to report 'for induction into the U S Army today, July 10th. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Guilfoos announce the engagement of their daughter, Virginia Esther, tp Mr. Arthur Weeks, Jr., grand­ son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer West of Sodus. Miss Ruth Anderson, daugh­ ter- of Mrs. Beulah Anderson of Khelps strwill hecome the bride of Marvin Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs C William Miller of Broad .a St. on Wednesday, Aug. 16. ! Mr and Mrs. Elbert S. Atwood ■...and children have left for their .summer vacation. They will spend part of the tiihe with her .parents in Sherburne, part with fns parents in Albany, and the remainder at a camp in the Adi­ rondack Mountains. Miss Marian Sontheim, daugh­ ter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Son- tbaim, who graduated from Buf­ falo State teachers College this year, has accepted a position as a teacher of the first grade in the Rushford Central School. Ralph Ellsworth, Sr., is driv­ ing a new sedan. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Young entertained at dinner on Sun­ day Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frind of Buffalo and Lucius Wolfers and Edmond Johnson of North Tonawanda. Mr. and Mrs. Seymohr Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Baldwin spent the Fourth of July week­ end at Old Forge. Frederick Tinney, who is em­ ployed at the General Electric. Bridgeport, Conn., was at home for the Fourth of July Weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frind of Buffalo are spending their va­ cation this w'.ek with Mrs. Jose­ phine Gansz Dr. and Mrs. T. A. Killips and son, Robert, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Longyear and daughters, Carol and Joan in Boston, Mass. Mrs. Frank Coffey, the Misses Betty and Patsy Coffey, and Mrs. James S. Paton and son, Rob­ ert returned Sunday evening after spending the holiday weekend in Canada. Mr. and Mrs. William Specht and Mr. and Mrs. James Welch pf Geneva spent the holiday weekend, motoring through the New England States. ’ Mrs. Patricia Paton of Al­ bany, Miss Edith Buttry of Rochester, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Markle of Utica were the guests Of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Wolvin for the Fourth of July weekend. Mr. Lucius Wolfers and Ed­ mond E. Johnson of North Ton­ awanda are the guests this week of Mrs Josephine Gansz Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Smith visited last Friday Mrs. Neil Ma- Residents Of Palmyra Entertain Palmyra— Mrs. A. D. Bristol and Mrs. Karl Engel entertain­ ed at the. Bristol summer home Sunday, July 6, in honor of their husband’s birthday anniver­ saries. Mr, and Mrs. John Sloat of Lyons and Mr. and Mrs. John Wickham of Clyde were among the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Tuck­ er of Erie, Pa., were guests the past Week of Mr. and Mrs. John. H. Tucker. Miss Enid Putnam has ac­ cepted a position in the War Department at the Waterloo\ of­ fice.- Mrs. F. E. Rowley and Miss Mary Rowley attended a lunch­ eon in Medina on\ Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Powers have returned from a week’s outing at the Thousandi Is­ lands. Corson Boute of Brooklyn, Mrs. Lucy Scholls of Rochester and Mrs. Mildred Adams of New York City were recent Sunday gUests of Mr. and Mrs. E, E. Bird, W. Jackson St. .Miss Katherine, Gathers left onj Monday, July 6, to attend summer school at the Teachers State College in Buffalo. Miss Ruth Hutchins of Albany is spending the summer recess with her mother, Mrs. Frances Hutchins. Miss Nadula Parker of Roch­ ester is spending the vacation period with her mother, Mrs. E. j N. Parker and Mrs. Geraldine Murphy. I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Samp- i son, who were called to Palmyra by the death of his father, Clar­ ence Sampson, have returned to Silver Springs, Md. Miss Betty Hanagaii has ac­ cepted a position in a beauty (shop at Troy, N. Y. Miss Honora Caiahan of Fond i Du Lac, Wis„ is spending the , vacation period with her par- i ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Callahan , at their cottage on Canandaigua GIVEN OF honey, who is a patient at the (Lake. Genesee Hospital. Rochester. ; Miss Mary Elizabeth Anderson Mrs. B- G Baldwin and 0f Cooperstown is the guest of daughter. Betty and som Pvt T her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin G. Baldwin of Camp^ Stewart. Anderson, during the summer spent Monday in Rochester, 'vacation ' Robert Speeht of Hornell1 spent the Fourth of July week- 1 end Cadwallader re­ home on West \Don't tell me you're going shopping Today, Sue! Yooll b e worn out Tn tins t heatt\ \Nofmef I'm buying everything on my list a t ■ Montgomery Ward!\ Miss Grace , . , . .turned to her visiting friends in Lyons ]Main SL, Wednesday after at_ , of Camp t,enciing the teachers convention Edwards, Mass visited his par- |kl Syracuse, the past week, ents, Mr and Mrs Amos Ohmann Mrs, Norman Smith of Phila. last Saturday and Sunday. |delphia, Pa., has been spending the past two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Gaorge Clark, W. I Main St. Mr. Smith joined his on. Wednesday of last week, j remaining over the weekend. Mrs, Smith returned to Phila­ delphia with him on Monday. i Pvt. T G. Baldwin will return 'on Monday to Camp Stewart. 1 ,Ga . spending his ten-day furlough at the home of his parents. Mr and Mrs B. G 'Baldwin. Mrs. Thad Logan and daugh­ ters. Mary and Eleanor left yes­ terday for’ Mansfield, Fa., to be gone several days. Sodus—Mr. and Mrs. Harry .V. Yeomhns have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Marian E. Yeomans to Charles E. Fox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Fox. No. date has been set for the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Cole­ man have purchased .the Stock and house and lot on Sergeant Street, They plan to take posses­ sion this Fall. , J' Miss Mabel Milhan of Troy has been spending a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Reeves. Stephen Reeves' of Lyons was also a guest last we,ek. Miss Blanche, Bacorn of El­ mira is passing the summer with her sister Mrs. Alfred Flet­ cher. She commutes.daily to the University of Rochester to take a summer course. Mr, .and Mrs. Angus Harris are now occupying their cottage on Sand Point. Mrs. C. K. Knapp entertained her nephew and niece, Mr. ahd Mrs. Benton Robinson of' Nunda Wednesday. Miss Elizabeth,Rohr inson of Rochester spent , the Fourth and week-end with Mrs. Knapp. Miss Thelma Boone of Park Avenue Hospital, Rochester, has been a guest of her parents* Mj\ and Mrs. John Boone for tWo weeks. She had as her guest Miss Glennable Pifer a fellow-nurse, at the hospital. Mrs. Charles Gallery, Jr., is now employed by the Rochester Telephone Company, Mrs. D, B. McMurdy is visiting her sister, Miss Sarah tester at Mannsville. \ ^ Mrs. R. J. Seymour and chil­ dren of Chicago are spending the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin I. Foss, Mrs. Elsie Seager of the Gen­ eva Road is in the Myers Hospi­ tal with a broken hip. The DeSmith family reunion was held at the home o f Mr. and Mrs. Liew illyn WhitboSrne 4th. Mrs. John Herman is Sodus Grange's champion roll maker Mrs. Ross Sergeant’s was second best and Mfs. Cleveland Miller was given honorable mention. Mr. and Mrs. Charles D, Fox have purchased the B. S. Wbod house on Smith St. They, will take possession September 1st' Dr. and Mrs. A, D. Ryan, Dr and Mrs. F. B. Wiison, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ames arid Mr: ahd Mrs. J. J. Jennerick spent .the Fourth and week-end at Camp Nomis in the Adirondacks On a fishing July George vanderbrook Monday evening of last week. Miss Ann Mane Morrow of Rochester is visiting her cousins Misses Betsey and Nancy Myers. Mrs. Oliver A. Colvin-has sold her corner lot on Maple Ave, and Smith St. to Mr. and Mrs. John VanEenwyk of East Wil­ liamson who will begin building their home-soon.. Miss Barbara Whitbeck of Washington, D. C., is passing two weeks vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Whitbeck. * Mrs. S. W. Thompson of East Orange, N. J., came last week to join her sister, Mrs. G. D. Huh ett, who is spending the summer at Sprong’s Bluff. Miss Mabel Sergeant, who teaches in Auburn is home to pass the vacation with her par­ ents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert J. Sergeant. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd M. Rich­ ards and children were guests the Fourth and weekend of Her parents, Mr. and Mrs, E. W. Wilcox at Harwood Mills. - Miss Marjorie\ DeVos is at­ tending suriimer school at Pots­ dam. She will teach music in the Belleville High School next year. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Meecham and children of Altamont came this week Monday to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Buckman and family, The Rev. 'George Hunt of Madison, Wis., is Visiting his sister, Mrs. Charles K. Knapp for several days. Lawrence Woods of Boston, Mass., has been a guest the past week at the home \ of Mr. and! Mrs. F. W. Atkinson. ---------- o ----- — Wolcott . Wolcott—Miss-Lula B, Lytle, 64, of 11 Draper St., died Wed­ nesday night in Strong Mem­ orial Hospital, Rochester, after a short illness. She was born at WestbUry, N. Y., June 28, 1878. Funeral services were Held at 3 p. m. Saturday in the Robertson funeral home in New Hartford Street. Rev. Chester G. Beebe, pastor of the Methodist Church, officiated. Burial was in Glen- side Cemetery. ......... : Announcements are out of the, marriage of Miss Alice Doro­ thy Stevenson, , of Wolcott, daughter of. Mr. Arid Mrs. Wil­ liam Stevenson of.Canandaigua and Carl Delbert AriplftiPri|§ori' of Mf. and Mrs., pie ton of Wolcott. The ^erepjony was performed by Rev. Russell B. Henry at his home iri Huron on June. 25. They were attended by Mrs. Doris Benham, sister of the „gtoom, of Wolcott and Harold Gay of Savannah. They will live at Vfolcott, RD. Mr. and Mrs. Austin L. Liv­ ingston of Auburn were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cook of Auburn Road. Mr. and Mrs. H. Holley Hen­ drick and son, Roe, of Rumford, R. I„ are the guests of the for­ mer’s mother, Mrs: Roe L. Hen­ drick.' Miss Mary Catherine Johnson has returned to her home at Anh Arbor, Mich., after spend­ ing a week as the guest of Miss Lucile Robertson. •* i.. Mrs. Edgar Clapp andiiadgK^ ~ • \ \ Winston^Sa- ter, Gretchen, of lem, N. C:, were the guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Paddock. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. Strong have gone to Keuka Lake, where they will pass the summer at the Strong cottage -o— More Fishermen Tiiere are more fishermen than hunters in the United States. Life Insurance The. total amount of hf<> ,'J surance in legal reserve y l ance companies in the trJf States in 1939 was estimat?M $120,000,060,000, an inc«ase f1 ,uer cent over iqsq ____ : 01 1 per cent over 1938, accordi*. the 1940 Encyclopaedia nica Book of the Year. Durinj the, year, these companies » to policy i exs arid beneficiaries. A personal m essage about our funeral services Home funeral chapel. Finest; Equipment. Two graduate enibalmers. Years of successful service. Lady Assistant. Dedicated to a reasonably priced service for die community. Member National Funeral Directors Association H A R R Y W . P A R K E R Joy Personals Joy—Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hil­ dreth of Lyons and Mr. and .Mi\?- Frank Dale of South Lyons were guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Dorn Sunday. Merton .Steighler, who is sta­ tioned at Pine Camp, spent the Fourth of July week-end with his brother, Lee, and family. Mrs. Maud Mallasee of Pitts­ burgh, Pa„ spent the week-end with Mrs. Grace Ellis. Mr. and Mis. Donald Ellis arid Mrs. Grace Ellis accompanied E. PALMYRA \Why I didn't know V*. Words carried atf those things!\ \Yes if I don't see what I want in the store, Doris ; I just pick it out in Wbrds catalogs i \You mean you can buy things iri Wards cata­ logs there at the store!\ \Yes in the catalog order department! They rush things from the warehouse! You really SAVE!'! The Best Place (o Buy Anything Is W ard 5 >13 S. Main St. ll Phone 841 NEWARK. N. v . nmiHn. iiiMu - .'.j. ui East Palmyra—Mr. and Mrs. George A. Young are the par­ ents of a son, James Vernon, born Tuesday, July 1, at the Clifton Springs Sanitarium. The Young People’s Sunday School class of the Presbyterian Church will hold a farewell pic­ nic for Rev. and Mrs. Everett Perry at Roseland Park, Canan­ daigua. on Friday, July 11, at 7:30 p. m. The Havert Family Reunion was held at Pultneyville on Sat­ urday. July 5. Mr. and Mrs Frank Rykbost and daughter Marian and Mrs. Harold Kimber and daughter Rebecca visited Harold Kimber at Camp Cutter, Webster, on Sunday afternoon. The Rev. Everett Perry, who will leave for Chicago July 18 will conduct communion serv­ ices at the Presbyterian Church Sunday, July 13, and will also deliver his farewell sermon. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kimbst were dinner guests Tuesday eve­ ning of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hoad. Miss Doris Rice has accepted a position at the Commercial Building in Newark. Leonard Wallace of the Mili­ tary Police at Long Island spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ward and Mrs. Mary Barden visited Miss Carolyn Barden at Ithaca on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clement of Palmyra entertained on July 4th Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lyon, Mr. ^.nd Mrs. Wayne Lyon and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lyon, and son of East Palmyra, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hy­ man and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Vanderbrook pf Newark. -------- —Q ----- - Miss Marian Vanderbrook and Dr. F. J. Langenstein of New­ ark were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Green of Newark to Pine crimp on the Fourth to visit Mr. Green’s I brother, Walter, who is station­ ed there. t Mrs. Lee Steighler is enjoying a 10-day duties at School. vacation from the Newark State First A id Tent Set For Big Rodeo Show Just in case anything of a serious nature should happen to participants at the Grotto Rodeo in Edgerton Park next week arrangements have been made by General Chairman Bryant G. Parsons for a first aid tent on the grounds. The rodeo opens next Monday everting and will continue for six nights, with matinees on Wednesday and Saturday. 150 ropers, riders and wranglers., headed by Hoot Gibson as guest star will participate. Reserved seats are now on • sale at rodeo headquarters, 36 ; 'Dir-- t r']',p)V)nr‘ I number io Ltyiic 0710 S ometimes in your automojbile you want zip and ginger, sometimes thrift. the second carburetor into action; steps up not only fuel supply but the air supply as well. * Just name your choice. In this high- Stepping Buick strargbt*erght with Compound Garburetionf you can have either, each in its proper place. You can go about your business in easy, ordinary, everyday travel—and this frugal, two-carburetor system will keep you roll­ ing smoothly with only the forward, thrift-size mixer on the ]ob. Thus you have your fun — and fru­ gality too. Owners report mileage fig­ ures as much as 10% to 15% higher than on previous Buicks of the same size. 9 3 0 Yet any time you want life, lift, super-power itfs there with an extra wal­ lop in reserve—just step down on tbe treadle and you’ve got it. for the Business Coupe (illustrated above) including Compound Carburetion, Which means, better go look at the engine that’s both thrill- , packed and thrifty too. You’ll find it in a bigger, , roomier, smarter-looking automobile that gives you riiore value per dollai* than anything else you can buy. That simple move sends delivered at Flint, MicL State tax, optional equip­ ment and accessories — extra. Prices and specifi­ cations subject to change without notice. fAvajlable at slight extra cost on • B u i c k S p e c i a l models, standard oa Sil Other Series. p a y s YOUR OfiS TAX FOR YOU EXEMPLAR OF GENERAL MOTORS VALUE z s t T ’S i s g s : boMion “ j S U r e l CURTIS C. SCOFIELD 226 - 250 E. UNION ST. NEWARK WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM S H O P A T H A R T S - F O R C O N V E N I E N C E - F O R E C O N O M Y - A N D F O R Q U A L I T Y JUICE 17‘ 2 5 “ PREM LiUnclieon .Mca l M ACARONI B o ttle jStuUnl TU N A FISH OLIVES CORN Soda Crackers ' 2 PO T ATO CHIPS (loltirn B a n tam eau n>. box 9* 15 “ 1 8 “ 1 1 “ 1 9 “ 1 0 “ ASSORTED PURE f t . Jar < S n i T p Cam p b ell Or. O 1 Q c f c / v u l of P o tato & cans * ^ SPRY c ““co 3 L 5 1 “ Shredded Wheat I>Ug. 1 1 “ JEL SERT 3 !lkesl & DARI-RICH can 1 7 “ JUICE 2 ean M AfcSHM ’LOW S 1 4 “ FLAVORADE** pkp. 5 “ GUARANTEED MEAT at LOW PRICES BONELESS ROLLED RO AST BONELESS ROLLED POT ROAST vVOv r R O A S T LB. f t m VIAL 25 G ( I I V I O Y I S I . W D HOTS 27c KIMH.KSK BACON 29c F H E S H GROL3JD BEEF 21c POLLOCK Fillets; fts. 25c HADDOCK Fillets ft. 19c R O A S T PRIME STEER CHUCK KING ALFRED Black - Green - Mixed J/3-LB. PACKAGE LIBBY’S A G R A N D T R E A T TALL CAN HART’S FRESH - CREAMY FRIED CAKES k i n g T a s t e ' QT. JAR dozen BOXED c a l i f , in t o m a t o sauce 2 - 1 7 ' S T R E U S B I , K U C H L E .N S COFFEE RINGS pn“h 15c VAN CAMPS EVAP. 4 O ltA A G K - P l\ R A P I * I .i: ( III UP TALL CANS M T - D K V II.S FOOD - <7111'• DKCO U K T T B LAYER ARMOURS STAR SKlNL&SS : RED R ipe HOT HOUSE TOMATOES \ r ONIONS ' 1 0 “ SUNKIST O RANGES (loz 2 9 “ FREESTONE PEACHES 5 “ ‘ »!>£™ MELONS 2 3 “ S0L,° CABBAG E homl 8 “ STERLING B4-OV.. FRENCH’S MEDFORD P T . J A I l WIDE BOLOGNA SAUSAGE 17 c i.n. OLD ENGLISH an e s t a b l i s WITH A RE 95 YEAR /OL. I—No. 20 A r m e d F j Sherman V. Brock Laurel Deyo of We _ ^ Private in Co.. lantry. Camp Croft, Ijna Sherm an woult from some of his Newark. Some of you ”st< prill do a good turn ; letter to Richard H. [r. Floyd Deyo, Wi [is address is Co. C Fort Wiliiair try. ;anal Zone. Flying Cadet Har< lias been transfer] Ur Corps' Basic I HAROLD A. ■Goodfellow Field, ITexas. to the Air. t led Fivaig School.. liana, for a firial ladvanced training ling his commissi'o llleutenant in the [serve with iirin [duty upon being | He is the son of 1C B Martin of H Good news c j Pierce, son of k/ [bur Pierce, 213 J who has been i |ly since enlisting i four-year ten 11939 \Al\ has [hard and we ar I part of his late I irom Pearl I Inhere he is on |battle cruiser U [ the Pacific Flee \Really have [time I took the I Second Class Pi as.ccd with a i Iday 30) [that in August [chanced to Sec [Officer, with an | privileges, and ! \I never exp< [blah m my firs expan [so much, one o j his toes and th I bow far he can I only leaves me [Chief Petty Ofl I an enlisted ma From here I then the t< [First class I ar J commission ar [chance I am w \Have been d of boxing, and . JI hope to click | homr when I h [ last Spring, but [of a so I f An; back out h [ and li isn't ba j JJ'rite a more : we aren’t | any of the mt Phip so all i.< am wen and h a mod I Wr r for J Wp-It | Radio I Me i dr ■MM*

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