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•# ^ PENFiELD PERSONALS AND gmAPPENINOS^OF-INTERK^ >^enfleld, Mar^ 9.--There wasa large aHendaude at the basketball game, last TBnrBday^ eveuihg, when Penfleld -agVirir defeated'.. .tha_Eleo.tr.Ic'al .Indei pendents. 7 [The Friendship Circle met Tuesday evening, with the Misses Ardella aud Alice Gebhardt. Singing and dauoing were enjoyed by all, after which IrTnohebn was served. Miss Annie Goodwill will entertain next. • T WillianTRogerFun^derweut anopera- tion at one of the Rochester hospitals, one day last week. Mre.^Roy Lehr has beeu ill at her home for the past two weeks^ Mrs. Emily Grosser, Mrs. Frank —Hartuug, and Miss Helen—Ockenden have all been, on the sick list. L. Hickey and family have moved to East Rochester. Mrs. Martha Sipple and daughter,\ Miss Edna Sipple, attended the funeral of their cousin, Gustave Sipple of Rochester, .Saturday afternoon and —spent the remainder_of_the week with '. relatives, DSlTOMST WEBSTER vS -^^^HAmjs^ocKWooa •~*~JZSX?* V ~ INTERESTING INSTITUTE\ HF1 HAT MfiCEDON CENTER West SVebster,jiar. 9^—Kriday eveu^ ing ocourred-the -death of -Charles Lookwood at - his home of heart fail* nj-e, aged seventy-seven years. Mr* Lookwood was. well known l|fre and in adjoining towns where he followed the carpenter's business all his life. He leaves to mourn his'loss, his wife, Mrs. Mary Hatch Lookwood and sev- erol uephewBaud nieces. The funeral ,v«s4teld-fHFom-Jiie-4ato-4ionie Monday afternoon, conducted by the Masonio Order. Interment in the Rural ceme- tery. Rev. Babcook of Pennsylvania, assisted by Rev. Parlemeter, officiated. Miss VirgiuaBuell, the little daugh- ter of Mr. aud Mrs.. Buejl celebrated her birthday Saturday, by entertain- iug six of her friends MAN* INTERESTING ITEMS^S : fROM EAST RftCftESTER Maoedon Oenter, .Marolr 8.—Tlie FarmereLlIiistltute held in \Grange hall, Tuesday, was very well atteud-- e\d. The conference was oonducfed-_b^ Or—HT—Mason-of—Easfe^Gtto^-F^T-E.- Rogers of Sodus, County Farm Bureau agent of Wayne • county, was present and.talked .on Farm Bureau problems. The ladies of the Home Bureau, sdrv Mar. 9. -- Rey.j A lex • is acting j as;stibsti- week. East RooheBter, auder MaoKenzie tute mail carrier this week. East Rochester oerta.iuly needs three or four carrie.™ The routes are too long for - V. • any one man. Tbefe has never been a second delivery north of .the railroad and a great many days this winter, it j has beeu 4 p. m. before the morning ed fliuuer at noon. The nipsiofpr the]delivery has been made program was, in qtiqrge^Qf^MissJJqrjs, Howard E. Vanderlike has purchas- ed Jennie L. Scott's farm in Wal- -jworttf. and will take possession April 1st. Penfield, Mar. 8.—Merton Wagner and wife of East Roohester, spent Sat- urday at the home of his parents, Wni. Wagner and family. Wm. Spaoht aud family of Lyous, spent the week-end at the home of her mother, Mrs. Charles Kier. Mr.'.and Mrs. Edison Rogers of Fair- _porJ;,_spent Sunday at\ the home ' of \ITeY'pTfentsrMr7nalJ{l~Mr5r-FrHofBr.- -Mrs. Bert—Stnbbings of_ Fairport, visited relatives iu town, Weduesday. Mrs. Isselhart was called to Ohio, lpBt week, by the serious illness ot tier The house was beautifully deoorated and there was a birthday cake trimmed with lighted candles. Games aud music were enjoy- ed by the young ladies. Miss Anna Goetzmau is convalesc- ing, after an attack of pneumonia. Mr. Berg, father of Wm. Berg on Cemetery road, weqt to Batavla, last week to visit relatives. While there he waB stricken with paralysis, and is unable to be brought home at present. The Never Sleep Club will Hold their annual masquerade at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fetix Drake, Tuesday evening, March 16th. Mr. and Mrs. George Herman will assist Mr. and Mrs. Drake to entertain. Mr. and Mrs. Nixon of Geneseo, ar- rived at the home of Mrs. Charles Lookwood, Saturday, and remained until after the funeral of Mr. Look- wood, Monday afternoon. --Mr7~aTiu w MrHT-FBHx-Drake^entertain- ed Mr and_„Mra.^ F. Hagadoni of RooheBter, Sunday. ; The little «ou of Mr. and Mrs. Del- bert Stevens in some unknown way, Packard.- Iu th^afternppn^MieJadjies^ had a separate session _and listened to a very interesting talk ou clothujgjby Miss Mary Fisher of Sodus, Home Demonstration agent of Wayne. OQUUty. At'the close of the talk, a Bhort busi- ness session of the local Hquie Bureau was held. TTTe seoretaTy rTpoTtfd tlfaT over 816 had been cleared from the dinner served that day. It was decid- ed that $'3 ot this be used for 100 hooks to be.obtained from the State Educa^ tion department in exohange for the books how in use in the community library. Also $5 was voted Mrs. Bert Brownell in recognition of her services HH librarian;—Thenoxt- roRular-meet> The twelfth regular meeting of East Rochester Study Club was held at the home of MrsT~M; ,B. Furmau, lait Wednesday ^evening. We have some snow and it is deep but not quite eo bad as represented by some of the Rochester dailies. There are a few^baokyard drifts that are all that oould'bB'desired. —: —— $196 waB oolleoted from individuals to open the roud to Roohester, Janu- ary 28t}i. i Very tew teams are seen excepting the ones delivering milk and coal. Most people go after their groceries as the stores only deliver onoe or twice a week north of the railroad aud then it is. mostly hy hny-mnhiles as/ they ing of the society will he held at the home of Mrs.' JameB B. Harbou, when ? -: V 'Deathi^fvLeon-Lealy. ;'£;-:' WebBter, Mar. .8.—Leon Leatyi aged thiftyrfour years; .youngest; son of Mrs. Cora Leqty, passed -'awaf.at the 'home^p rVhissisterj-Mre-MT^JT-Gilbertr in Ontario Oenter, Wednesday morn- ing, after an illness of consumption of nearly three years' duration. ' ' Deceased was born iu PpuOeld, mov- ing jto Webster early in lite^with his parentee^w-liere—he lived^nj spring-whelo- he weut -will) bia sister and her husband to live on a farm iu Phelps and-later moviug- to Ontario Center,-'thinking the out door life would benefit his health- . Those who survive him are his mother, Mrs/Cora Leaty of Ontario Oenter, two brothers, Arthur O. Leaty of Webster, and Emmett Leaty ot Roohester, one siBter, Mrs. Mable Gil- bert of Ontario Oonter. The fuiueral was held f r° m fc,1( ? home of his sister, Saturday afternoon, Revs. W. S. Brown and G. M. Harris, former pas- tors of the young . mauf officiating. Interment was madeih Webster Rural Gave He Tried \Frujtttes^ 160 CAKOLINE Av E. , OGDEFSBURO:,, N. Y. \I suiffered for four years: with —Tried doctors—ate bran gems—took -i--\-!— - alikinds pf remedies^-hut iiothing^— did me any -good until I used 'Fruit-a-tives' or Fruit Liver Tablets. They made me well ana keep nje well; and I am always glaoMq tell .people-^ of the great ^things ^Fruit.a-tives' -• are cheaper than horses or gasoline/' Mr. and Mrs. Louis Reigal of Balti- the ladies wtrt-hpldnrBpring-m4M4ttery7foore^ Mr. and Mrs. Chris iSohultz of North cemetery.- .-• have done for me. I have many friends in Ogdensburg now using 'Fruit-a-tives' on my recommendationV. C.E.BESWICK. 50c. a box',6 for $2.50^ trial siae 25c. At dealers or JW FRUIT-A-TIVES Limited, OGDENSBURCK K. Y, •. AVEST WALWORTH. [h • -if i •p sister. Merritt Adams, who has-been stay- ing in Roohester, for some time, is home again. opening. Mr. aud Mrs. William Eldredge and Carl C. Blaker were in RooheBte,^ Wednesday. Mr. Eldredge had an operatiou ou his right shoulder, wliioh he broke some time ago, and Mr. Blaker.reoeived treatment to a splint- ered knee cap. Mrs. Clara Barker was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wil- k msonr-4ki66day T \Rev. \John MaoGuidwin was in Roohester, the first oFthe week, at Fred at the home of § Jy;.- K- w& V-V- m €§•--• EAST PENFIELD. East Penfield, Mar. 9.—Mrs. Williams spent Friday JL Knickerbocker ih~Fafrp6rt. _ * Perry Howe has sold his farm and after April 1st will live in Fairport. Charles Rath, wife and ^laugliter^ Helehr of Webster, were guests of Mr.- and Mrs. Henry Cook, Tuesday. At a special school meeting held at district No. 2,- Saturday afternoon, Samuel Beetou was elected trustee to succeed Frauk Kehl who moved to Fairport, April 1st. Charles Huber and daughter, Nora, * Miss Ada Black and JohrrOlagne were gueBtfi at tUti hutim of Daiius'Talman in Fairport, Sunday. Miss Hazel Ooue of Rochester, was a guest of Miss Eleanor George.over Sunday. The Ladies' Aid Society will meet with Mrs. Harriet Bramau, Thursday afternoon, Maroh 18th. William Barmiester, of Roseland, spent a lew dayB last week with Henry Schrader and tamijy. Alton Howe of Fairport, is'spending a few weeks will) his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Porry Howe. William Denny has \enlisted in the CoaBt Artillery and is stationed at Camp Humphrey, Va. John Drake, wife aud daughter, Thelma of West Webster, Clarence Watson and family and Miss Ruth Watsou of Fairport, were guestB at the home ot H. C. Fuller, Sunday. Mrs. Mary Trimby of Roohester, is —Spend ing a few days svitlriTer-dangir^ ter, Mrs.. A. W. Reynolds. prioked his hand, and in a*short time the injured member began to be swol- len and pain. A physician was oall- ed,..who found it necessary to lanoe it. Misses Flora and Rose Shaffer of Roohester, were guests of Mrs. Bert Baker, Sunday. Miss AgueB Content, who is training at-JDx. Lee's Hospital^ .Rochester, spent Tuesday afternoon and evening with her parents. Zopher Drum is ill ot the flu, also Mrp.-MiohaeLShoemaker entertained her of East Bloom- Miss Ruby Baguey friend, Miss Andrews field, Sunday. Miss Emma AldTidge, who has been caring for Mrs. Fred Huston in Union Hill, for the past week, returned home Sunday. Mrs\ Young of Roohester, visited her daugliter, Mrs.\J. Baguey and —cp MaoGuidwin first oF\the week, tending the Iuterohurch World move ment at Central Presbyterian ohuroh \TMrsTTda^Marshall visited i myra, Wednesday. ^ . Ml¥s~Oli*e ^Alien liaB~b\eeu~a^viotim of the flu,'tfte past week. Her sister, Mrs. Carl Mills has been acting as supply at the Taunery school during her illness. John Wilkinson aud family enter- tained Dr. Cora Halstead and Glen Sherman of Marion, Tuesday. A very pleasant meeting\ the Ladies' Aid and Historioal Sooiety was held at the home of Mrs. .Jack Lawtdh, Thursday: Aft^r^the^hnBi^ ness meeting, Mrs. Clarence B. Blaker aud Mrs. William Eldredge assisting hostesses, presented a • program' of music, Mrs. Lawtou readings, Mrs. C. B. Blaker several very amusing stduts. The next meeting will be with Mrs. MaoGuidwin at the parsonage, Mrs. Victor Smith, MisB Jeanette Blaker Lincoln road, last week. Mr. aud Mrs. Lester Oorbin spent Sunday with friends in Rochester.- Mr. and MrB. Chris-Sohully visited Niagara Falls, last week. They had a most enjoyable trip aud report the scenery around the Falls as something wonderful in its winter dress of snow and ice. z^A- St. Patrick's day- dance _w.llLbe Dies, from 'Poisoning. —Websteri-Maroli-8. The—tittle-two- year-old sou of Mr. and Mrs. George Ross of Kiroher Park, met with a fearful death, Thursday\ about noon, by swallowing a 'number of tablets containing strychnine whieh he had obtained by olimbing from a table into^ a cupboard. / The tablets were some the father West Walworth, Mar.\ 9.—The La- dies' Auxiliary will hold a ljaked food' sale, Saturday atteruuuu In Stalker 1 ^ store. 1 - . . .-w*v_•=....«.* Miss Elfleda Drusohel. iB,apehdiug: the week with friends in Rochester. Theron Gould ot Roohester^ is visit- ing his sister, Miss Nora Gould.. O. H. Lotze spent Wednesday in> Webster. At the annual meeting of the Evan- had been taking ^ and were supposedly g 6noal 0 i, nro h, Thursday evening, all family, Tuesday. Mrs, Hugh MoGuire entertained her sister, Mrs. Howard McCombs ot Mumtord, at a week-end visit. Mrs. Arthur Todd and family are convalescing after severe oases.of flu. Mrs. Benj. Burdette of Caledonia, who has been viBiting her daughter, Mrs. Gordou Walters for the past week, returned home Wednesday. Horace Humes and family have moved back into their own home. They formerly lived in the flat over the store oouducted by their grand- sons, Volk Brothers. Herman Beok of Poughkeepsie, and S. Duncan of Wallington, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Drake, Thurs- day. . Wednesday, Dr. A. N. Smith aud son departed for their home in Bishop- ville, S. O. Rev. Lottie Smith, his wife, has aooepted the pastorate of a Edwf church', pastor, Hicks. m M\ m: MM Ife; j£ki : .'-i R0SEUND. Roseland, Mar. 9..—The Home Btf- reau will hold a St. Patrick's day Bocial at the home of W. F. Walz, Wednesday evening, Maroh 17th. Everyone is oordially invited. Frauk Hurley has returned to hjs home in Fairport, after spending* some time with liiB daughter, Mrs. Joseph I). Clow. —Ml8l\~May~SohTado.r—of—Roohesterr spent'\a few days with her parenls, Charles Sdhrader aud wife, rocontly. Miss Nauoy Watson spent a few days the past week in Roohester. Mr. aud Mrs. Henry Luke speut ^Wednesday with Charlos Steffen aud wife of Fairport. . Charles Bensohueider and family of ^Rocli69t^'\ vIBI ted' \his^'eTsTeF^ Mrs. EniGBt Stone and family, Sunday. v• Fred Roohow, x wife and daughter', spent Wednesday with his father in \Jrondcqnoit. ~ - ---—-— —--^~ ; .\Carl Sohlieman aud -family occupy -the Kier place, formerly the Bowman place.\ Viola Wagner is employed in Rooh- -ester,•' ••''-.'• •-.-. ^ , : fMr..and Mrs. Arthur Frost spoilt -T?ueS(Ifly eveulug at the home of. Mr. |^p|^'fM n ^'Mrs..Frank Honning of Linooln. ^t^reda^^^Lake^iB—speuding^aoino-tiriKt ^ith her aniit, Mts.- Charles Steffen •^i'Falif^6rtvif::- j .'::^. : *:'''\'--'.--' • ohuroh in that place. Mrs.. Smith left Borne time ago. She writes her friends here that! the climate iB fine; the inhabitants are interested in gar- dening and ootton growing and plant- ing waB done February 15th. \ . Tuesday afternoon a number of la- dies met at the home of Mrs. Peter Miller, for a quilting party. Misses Mina and Laura Miller en- tertained their friend, Mrs. Meyers of Roohester, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Oscar Reiber visited her broth- er. Olareuoe Waterstraat anchjamily and Mrs esses. The Ladies' Aid of the Evangelical Lutheran church, will hold a sale in the Aoademy buildiug at 1 o'clock, March 16th. The -services at the Methodist owing to the illness of the were conducted by F. B. The usual Sunday school ses- sion was held. The eveuing service was omitted with the exception of the Epworth League whioh was lead by Wesley B. Chapman. Ruth Baker of Rochester, Is spend- ing a week with her mother, Mrs. Harriet Baker at the home of Mrs. William Barker. Edward Hull has sold his house, lot and blacksmith shop to Theodore Hoffman of Garland, Wyo- Mr. Hull contemplates going on a farm. TArs. Howard Welch had as guests given by the East Roohester Men's Community Club, Wednesday evening, Maroh 17th. . Mrs. H. M. Beokwith of Roohester, trof-Mrs—B^jT-FryatV-laBt- week. M. B. Furmaur wife- aud daughter, spent Sunday in Fruitlaud. Mrs. William Jackson' has\ be&n spending a few days at the home of \her mother at Wappengers Falls.... Wilbur Brasser has bought the Emory D. Lapham placeou East Com- mercial street. - R. Youngs of Roohester, has bought the Eugene Dye place on West Chest- nut street, formerly the Ed Tyler property. ^ — Mr. and Mrs. George Cla^k • and daughters moved on Mr. Clark's unole's farm near Webster, last week. The Star A of Peace Court Tribe of Ben Herr held a box social and dance, Monday evening. Samuel Grenell, who was taken ill of -pneumonia, several weeksjagp a t the g-frost-) ClHTkKou school in Potgdftrar-haa-he«n removed to a Rochester hospital, where he uiiderweut an operation for in a safe place. It was while the father wa,s-carJug_for themother,who 1^ ill of influenza, that the child pro cured the - medioine. All the doctors were out on oallB and owing to the condition of the roads, were unable to reach the lrttie-^eHaw-fn-feime-to-eBrvP him. Tho funeral was held Saturday and the mother is critically ill at the preseut writing. ; The family have the sympathy of the whole bommunity. \'\ Webster, Mar. 9.—Mrs. David Scrib- uer is ill of influenza. Mrs. Floyd' Peer of Ontario, was the guest of MrB. James Vail, Thursday. - Mrs. Floyd Gates of Ontario Center, called on friends in town, Saturday afternoon. —Miss— Ella—Bennett-of—Williamsofi,- was the guest of Mrs.. M. Gaffney laBt week. ^ Mr. and .Mrs.. E. H. Haroes of WeBt WebBter, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Martin Saturday, at dinner. Mrs. Fanny- Boughton has gone to Livonia, to care for her mother, Mrs. Summers, who is oritioally ill. Miss Mildred DeRu'ahia was the reports showed the ohuroh had had a .ver-y^successfiil^yeafcidil^^^ was rereleoted trustee for three years.- Clarence Drusohel, Karl Kuttruff, Irving Walz and Floyd Welker were- elected ushers for the eusuing year. A committee was appuiuted tu pur- \WHH\ for the chnroh audi- ohase. carpet toirium. , \ - ' Mr. and Mrs... Maynflrd Mills ar& moving into £Heir hew IToine .whfolf\\ they purchased last fall. y Harry Everhart and George Seibertr have'purohased the store aiid stock of C. H. Lotze. Clifford Seibert waB home from Roohester, over Sunday. Martin Ka^ppel, Paul Brauusohweig and Miss B. Morgan of BuffaloV spent S, the first of the week~71ier sister, Fredrjok Daviesand ohildren of Roch- ester. Considering the weather, there was a good attendance at Grange, Satur- day evening. The program was given by paBt masters of the Grange, Phil Packard, oiiairman. The luncheon oommittee served ice oream and cake. Rev. John MaoGuidwin has boeu siok for several days of influenza. the removal of a large quantity of PUB from one lung. Although in a v,ery weak oondition, he is slowly recover- ing. John Bush, who recently underwent an operation at the Park Avenue Hos- pital, Rochester, haB so far recovered that he has rettirued to his home. Born, Sunday, February 29th, to Mr. and Mrs. William Spencer; a soil. CliarleB Ott has been on the sick list. Mrs. L. E. Conrad of-EaBt Com- mercial street, has been called to her former home iu Pennsylvania, by the serious flluesB of her sister. Mr. aud Mrs. Fred Olney celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary at the home on Linden avenue, Maroh 8rd. The'eveuing was pleasantly spent in B and—daTrcingi—after—which—re freahments were served. GueBts were week-eud guest ot Miss Catherine Chapman at Lakeside. Mrs. J. D. Nivison was a recent guest of her sou and wife, Mr. aud, Mrs. W. R. Nivison of RooheBter. Mrs. Fred Heoker entertained her sisters iu honor of.Mrs. Donant May- er's birthday, Friday. * Misses Jenuie and Carrie Campbell are spending the mouth here, prepar- ing to break up the home, which has beeu sold. Mr. and Mrs. Barnard of Houeoye Falls, spent Sunday and Monday with his son, J. R. Barnard and family. Rev. W. D. Jones of Worcester, N. Y., was the guest of friends in town, Wednesday night and Thursday. Mr. aud Mrs. B. E. Z. Cook enter- tained Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bass of Webster, and Mr. and Mrs: Harold R. Davis of Rochester, last Monday even- ' | lug, the ocoaBion beiuR the birthdays of Mr. Bass aud Mrs. Davis. \ . Thursday with Mr;—and—Mrs.—C.—H^ Lotze. Frank Ikewood attended the thresii- ermen's ooHv6Utlon~lreld ^at Power's Hotel, Roohester, last week. Preparatory services will be held Thursday evening. Presiding Elder Rev. P. E. Bahn will preach. Com- munion - services^ ;Suuday^revening^ itev> W; • Waffirer—6i--Bp%a4P, will preach. • D. W. Harris of Oanaudaigua, visit- ed at the home of his brother, Calvin Harris and family, last week. West Walworth, Mar. 8.—Next Sun- day at'the Baptist ohuroh, Rev. O. W. \ Brfggs of New York, will be the- speaker at all the services. Mr. Briggs served for many years a mis- sionary in the Philippines, so his il- lustrated lecture next Sunday evening- will be of very unusual interest. The- slides ihown r will be from pictures taken by himself. HiB direct contact with ignorance and corrupt- Catholi- cism gives this man a fund of experi- ence of thrilling interest. A confer- , ence of Christian workers for this community will be held at 3 p. m. to wliioh all workers in ohurch or Suu- day sohool.are cordially invited. Mr. Briggs haB been conducting institutes present from Roohester, Iroudequoit and Maoedon. Pittsford,. MACED0N. fife *v>^ — • in Batavia, the past week. The Standard Bearers held their mouthly meeting at the houie of MJBB Julia Pteninger, Saturday evening. A goodly number were present. Mrs. M. Dunpan returned to Wall- ington, Mouday, after a visit of ^ev- eTal weeks with Mrs. F. K. Drake,/ -Tuesday evening, Charles -Prime of New Bedford, Maep., returned altera Two days' visit with hiB mother, Mrs. A. E Primo and sister, Mrs. E. Gas- con.' ._•» T^*T«-.l ^ItiMig^t^boweU to. remind tho ad VbpatM'pt tiiftt ^ne ; JEtdil8ii16vi)i \ P. iirR^OBJBIft, : are foroiug ;tlie'work.^ ^violoVtnkyBpl8lievikl4 iiayo diBcoveted '^Varreu^Aiitif i Tflmlly arVHl^Ol ITUT- Jolln Drake visited his. fathofin- law, Rutus Watson anil family, Suu- day. Monday Mra. J. Drako returned with him after a visit of five days. Mr. and Mrs. John Shoemaker of Forcat Lawn, spoilt Sunday with Mr. and Mrs., George Hormah. v. -e Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brewer of Rooh- ester, v ma(l6~thelr:paront9,; Mr.• and Mrs. Goorge Brewer, a week-end visit. v ,MrB. Louis Hicks of- Rochester, was Macedon, MarclT^.tT-Mrs. Kate West- fall Aldrioh died at her home iu this village, Sunday morning, following several years of failing health. She was born in Lysauder, September 23, 1836, and waB the daughter of Samnei aud Catherine Westfall. April 5, 1860, 8he\was married to Deuniapji M.. Aldrichllof Newark. They came fifty years ago, to Macedon, where they made their.homo. Mr. Aldrlch passed awayabout five years ago.\ Mrs. Al- drioh is the last of a family of ten ohTldiren.ysTie^leaves several nieces and nephews, one niece, Miss Gnssie Brundage, with whom she lived and who has given her n daughter's care.^ LINCOLN. Lincoln, Mar. 9.—A social will be held in Grange hall, Friday evening. Everyone is aflked to bring saudwiohes. A tureen lunch will be served. At the., regular Grange meeting, nine candidates wore given the first nud -seooud degrees. At the next meeting, Maruh 2?th, diuuer will be served af \noon. ] • \~~-~ ~ ~~~~ An old fashioned sooial will be held at the home 6f Wilbur Leaty, Friday evenjng, March 19th. ^Eaoh one is asked to bring Bandwiphes or pake. This is held, under the auspices of the Willing Workers.* Roxfbrd Morris of Auburn spent the week-eud with, his parents, Dr. and Mrs* Morris.,,... ... •,•.,:*..:..,.: Albert Blythe andRuth aud Luoille Ohuroh of Ontario Center,.spout Wed- nesday oveniug with Ezra Ohuroh and fahViiyt Edward Shpemaket and family havo moved Pn -ttiolt farni '[ in Peuflold, pnr* oha8edlu Februarys , ; 7^ v ..'^\v*' jy'-:.-:,-':.-- .' T '. \Jm ••.:;;. 'V v~-i-:v -Tlie^;Wliepn ; OaiinJiig' Company >t Mexico, whioli prpp.bsed to^^ establish a canning fabtory ; at jPlielpB, has,^ban Mrs. list. '/\'.i • . Leland Disturbod by tho increasing number of marriages oudiug iu tho divorce oourtfl aiuroy^Tmt~ho\calirlaxHy'6f tho gpspbl in mafrylng perfion8 unfit \I'v'v' to wed, Rev. Dr. drum, reotor of St. Mark's ; Episcopal ohuroh, '. Syraonse, ntiupunoed that;,ho will- not perform TmlTriaKff^p^mblilolF^itlJOht^ proof/tliat .the. parties ;havo known oaoh ^ther. for at. least tliireo monthB; second,, that yjituesses ate \ poraonally acquainted ^ith, the bride and hffdo. grppmj and (third, a certifloato from tlie f&niily physician of tho man show« Theron Gould:was In townjor a few days tlio past week. Ho attended tho fatrners' iuBUtuo at WoBtvWalworth, Mpriday. , % ^ . ^ '^Mrs. Fauuio Bailoy, who has been 111 in, Roohoster, returned to hor homo hbro last wook^ ninoli v improved /in Mra. Ruby Reeves of.the Lake road, spent last week with Mrs. Foster, £J[Bnrnett. Louis Speoht, St., who has been in the Rochester-General Hospital, for six weeks, is able to bearound and is rapidly recovering. Mias Doris Abramsor Roohester, was the guest of her uuole and aunt, Mr. aud Mrs. Charles Hadden, Sun* day. «•''•••' ' Mrs. Clara Fueruess entertained the Alpha clasB of the Presbyterian Sun- day Bohool, Wednesday^ afternoon of last week. Albert Eckler, Jr., is confined to the bed by grip. Byron Redmond, wife and little sou and -daughter, jire ill 6f influenza. ( Mlaa Ruth Edna Apker of Roohester, aud Aivah Valoore were united iii marriage Saturday, Fobnrary 28th, at tho Lutheran parsonage by'Rev. -Wm.- Arndt> -They were attended *by Mr. and Mrs. Getfrge J. Kemp. Tho young couplblwiiLmakbJlLeijbp^^n_Rpj)Ji-/ eater, whore tho groom is.euiployod. r'Mra. Eatlibr Ahbptt spent sevorol on Sunday school and young people's work, throughout the state and his presenoe with us will present a valu- able opportunity in this direotion.- His theme in the morning will be ••Life Enliatmeut.\ Rev. O. W. Park spent three days atthe pastor's'oouferenoe iu Roohes- ter, last week. Hervey Park, who IB at sohoolMn- Granville, Ohio, wrote last week that robiuB were filling the air with muBic- aud the days very spring like. \''. Ansel Antliouy ,IB on tho siok Pailistor- of Williamfiou, ^pent^atHi-dayV.. aud^Snnday^wlth Gep^gp Pugsley. and family, FHoudaibt^ i*rankf Olpveugoy v Rftve hini ^soipTlao, /Etipstlay,oybniiig; ,. : i- ' : Irbuo klor has the4 n «'-: H r ^-^ \ ^Engraved calling bards and\ wedding announcements a speblalty. at the Mail Pijhtijig HPtiBp.: .* vHf • ^ '>:•;':'# '• .•'.\.« days last week at tho home of Mr. and Mra. Wn>.; Foster, near Nino Milb Poluti : !* . ; •\• • « - Mrs. F. M. Jone8^ and Mrs. E.. M. Jcnniug8.aro among those who aro on tho sloV ijst. ; - '')'<>'••< . v v :Tho' flrat. bommnuity, ovaiigbliBUo aervibb will ho held in the Evangbiioal oiiurcii, /Sunday evening, when Evan- gelist Reuben Smith .of Now England,' ^h>fwilWbWd^tli6^J»rpo;#B^ paign, will preach. The.organ jzatlpn for:those rbeotinRS has hpon boniiilet* ed, -6onBl8tinf{ of- lnembpfs. from thO fbnir ob'Pporati ug ohnrplies,^Baptifit, Presbyterian, 1 fivangblical • and\Metlip- dist.- 'A'large choruaioriolr? is v tq/bp I formed under a speola^ Vlirpptpr. • ' DAYTON'S CORNERS. Dayton's Corners, Mar. 9.—Mr. and Mrs. George Abrams of Roohester r spent'.Sunday with Their parents,' Mr.^ and Mrs. Martin Kofahl. x Mr. and Mrs. H. *F.~Caswell outer- talued Mr. and Mra. Brower of Roch- ester,'Mr. and Mra; Plumber of Weat- fibld, Mfiss.V and ^Mrf.~Cpuntrymau o£^.•'._- Canajbharie, last Thuraday. : - , ' *'•' •'- Mr. and Mra. George Abrams visited , MIBS Dorothy Chase ot . Rooheater, TuoBday-even'ing.—-,—, — ~ '_'•' : ^__:- r-.-JJ^ Earl Dayton, • wifo and danghte^ ylgi^d-tiiQ-1 ibrmbr.'B^.lmpiXiief^^;^^ Flora Day ton' in Ropheatdr, over the, , week-end. • ;*.-•. ,V,v{': •'•.->''\•'•.'•'''- : y: .' ^•~ i '.-v' { Harold Fbllby.'bit; Union Hill, wa,s .: tho guest of Lewis Blanohard, Satur- r ; day afteruppm . ;' ; ,_ V;V .- .;. % v.' ( Harry Smith and mother bilifiiiacitiN-.,^ tlio 'i quoro>>of Charles Lookwood iliK.\; Woat Wobs'tprK Monday afternobu. .; ;> I, Gebrge Oorppntormadp hia payouts, ;'-;^; Mr. and Mra. Marvin Carpenter;' of i?.w ^pdOBFa^woekibhd^gialtr--- - : -~ r ^^ ••-*-.• Dayton Gontlp and p. JoycO woro in Fairport, Monday on hbaineBS, ;- v -T' ::; >v?.:'\'T'--:; \.''*»''••':; ;••-:-.''•• \i--;y:':--v{>- Bbfpre ybti btiy- a • traotpr of any ihbko or kitidi ho snrb toseb thb'Sftiny souModoliM, whlbh iasoldby Wobatpt. & Company;;?; WbiWill then leave it to

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