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SERVICES ON DECEMBER 6 Program For Sunday De- * votions in Dansville Churches. ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH Central Park Rev. John E. Masseth, Pastor. Masses at 8:00 and 10:30 o'clock. ST. MARY'S CHURCH Elizabeth Street Rev. Leo. G. Hofsfchneider, Pastor. Rev. Jacob L. Rauber, Assistant Pastor. Masses at 7:30. 9:00 and 10:3C o'­ clock Sunday morning. A. T, Culbertson I Rotary Club Hotels Now a Pilot Weekly Meeting Soloes at Racine, Wisconsin Members of the Rotary Club held — their regular weekly meeting at the j A. T. Culbertson, formerly of this; Foster Hotel Tuesday noon, with village, where he was well-known' Walter B. Sanders of Nunda as guest for his scouting activities, has car-' ried his prepardness slogan into aviation. fcriday, December .4/ speaker. Mr. Sanders' topic was \Observa­ tions and Impressions,\ after hav- In a news story in the Racine ing returned from a European trip. Times-Call, of November 27th, Cul bertson's latest undertaking was re •at Avon Friday The Dansville Central High School basketball team will play Avon High School in its inaugural game Friday evening -dt Avon. This makes a slight change in the league as Avon replaces Livonia. It will be the first league game of the season. The change is expected to lated. He .has. been acting as chief mechanic at an airport at Air City. At Air City he \prepared\ for fly­ ing. Wlieni not engaged in the over- ' hauling of balky engines and troublesome rigging he found time FREE METHODIST CHURCH Franklin Street Rev. Horace W. Fish, Pastor. Sabbath School. 10:00 o clock. Preaching at 11 o'clock. Class meeting, 7:45 o'clock in the evening. Preaching at 7:30 o'clock in the evening. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Chestnut Avenue Rev. A. Everett Matthews, Pastor. Universal Bible Sunday 10:30 o'clock—Sermon by the pas­ tor. 11:40 o'clock—Church School. 7:00 o'clock in the evening—Ep- worth League meeting. At 6:30 o'clock Sunday evening a Sunday School Institute will be held at the Livonia M. E. church. Supper In charge of the members of the Livingston County Council of Re­ ligious Education, will be followed by a talk by Dr. A. T. Schulmaler, President of Genesee Wesleyan Seminary^ Leaders will be Mrs. Lester Knapp, Mrs. Glenn Ham&her and Mrs. A. E. Mathews of Dans­ ville, and Professor C. C,. Edgett of Wesleyan Seminary. England, Italy, France and Germany j furnish the local cagers with stiffer were Included in the itinerary. I competition as Avon generally offers It is of particular interest to a hard fighting team. Dansvillians to learn that Dansville l Th e Red and Black tossers have was brought to Mr. Sanders' atten- 1 been rcrimmaging regularly during tion when he first arrived on the j the past week in an endeavor to pre- Continent. He, related in his ad-1 sent a smooth working combination dress that he purchased an Ameri- to take flying instructions at the;can magazine when he arrived in Europe and the first page that he chanced to open was a full page advertisement of Dansville's health airport. Last Thursday he demonstrated the old policies he had learned while scouting, for he soloed after only, resort, six hours and ten minutes of In- J He declared that Europe, in his struction. The feat set a new record | opinion, is not In as good condition for that airport. j as the United States is today. The Culbertson will remain at Air City i European people look upon Eresi as head of the service and repair de partment, with the expectation or building up*sufficient solo We in the air to acquire a commercial li­ cense. 8T. PETER'S MEMORIAL CHURCH Rev. David L. Leach, Pastor. There will be no 8 o'clock service Sunday morning. 10:30 o'clock—Holy Communion and sermon by the rector. Subject: \Why Holy Communion?'' 11:45 o'clock—Ch'.u-ch School. 12:45 o'clock—Holy Baptism. ST. PAUL'S UNITED LUTHERAN CHURCH Corner of Exchange and Church Streets Rev. Charles M. Karg. D. D., Pastor. 10:30 o'clock—Divine worship. The pastor's subject will be \Steward­ ship.\ 11:45 o'clock—Sabbath School. MORE— PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH I Central Park Rev. John Rayen Welch, Pastor. 10:30 o'clock—Sermon by the pas­ tor. Subject: \Being Independent of Circumstances.\ 12:00 o'clock—Church School. Sunshine Circle Members Plan Annual Meeting I The regular meeting of the Rey­ nolds Sunshine Circle of King's .Daughters of the M. E. church was held in the church parlors Tuesday .evening. Plans were made for the annual \meeting at which time election of officers will be held and report! given. Miss Bertha Wheaton was ap­ pointed program leader, and the fol­ lowing committee will be in charge: Mrs. William Rauber, Mrs. H. K. Peterson, Mrs. Eugene Croston and .Miss Emma Wilcox. Refreshments consisting of salads, saltines, cake and coffee were served The Shakespeare Club The Shakespeare Club met with Miss O. B. Fielder this week with Mrs. C. C. Bateman presiding in Mrs. Beecher's, the president's, absence. \The Eastern Gateway\ (Calcutta), was the topic under discussion and Mrs. G. A. Sutfin presented an in­ teresting paper giving the history of* this great city and its relation to the government of India. Calcutta is the second largest city of the British Empire, and is situ­ ated on the east bank of the Hoogly river—which Is a branch of the Gan­ ges—nearly 100 miles from the sea. dsnt Hoover, and the United States, to bring order out of the present unstable conditions existing in Eu­ rope. Sanders stated that while no acknowledgement is made of this fact, all indications point that way. The club received an invitation to visit the Boy Scout meeting at Bath on December 7th. Coach Bob Bell has had a hard problem on his hands in selecting the five men to take the floor for the opening whistle. Two teams have been showing fine ability to score in all the workouts to date. The team Planning For Holiday Mail Rush The local post office is busy as usual at this time of year planning to handle the large amount of Christmas letters and packages sent at holiday time, and the coopera­ tion of the public is asked that there may be no delay in deliveries. The necessity for early mailing i has been so thoroughly explained in ' the past that it seems unnecessary to stress this point again. Orders from the department arjp that every postal employee shall not be re­ quired to perform any service on Christmas day, but that the 350,000 postal employees may spend the) w,hole day with their families, a privilege which th«|r are surely en­ titled to. I The service at the post office will Extra clerks, carriers and trucks have • already been engaged to handle the increased, volume of mail, and with the earnest cooperation of the public in mailing early so as to avoid a last minute congestion, there should be no delays. The* personnel of the local post office pledges tiieif very best efforts to perform thifc big task to the limit of their ability. Say Too Saw It In The Express Of Holiday Interest to Weil Dressed Women . .„ . ,. ! therefore be necessarily limited to £^2 iEL55-\lL? \ has I coition and dfcpate/tf m ^ W. O. T. M. Has New Project The \Women of the Moose\ held their regular meeting December 7, with a good attendance. Plans were made for a food sale to be held in the near future. t It was decided to continue to hold meetings regularly every other week as usual. The members are making aprons It has made its growth in about 200' with pockets, to be filled with pen- 'nies, a penny for every Inch around the waist. When filled they will be years through the efforts and in terests of the British East India Company. Until recently Calcutta was the capital of India and home of the viceroy and the government house is its finest building. It consists of a spacious central structure sur­ rounded with four great wings and surmounted by a magnificent dome. Calcutta has six or seven colleges, under government control, the ac­ quirements of whose students equal those of European universities. The commerce of a large pro­ portion of India centers in Cal­ cutta and its foreign trade is main­ ly in the hands of English mer­ chants. The portion of the city occupied by foreign residents and wealthy natives is built in palatial magni- ficance in strong contrast to the squalid condition of the poor quar­ ters. The fine post office building stands on the site of the horribly famous \Black Hole of Calcutta,\ where 146 men of the garrison were captured and locked in this dun­ geon, 18 feet square, with only two small windows, and all but 23 were dead the next morning. Mrs. Sutfin described the wonder­ ful parks in one of which a famous banyan tree—which trees are re­ markable for their strange growth and great age. They are not lofty trees but their horizontal branches send down slender fibers which take root and become other trunks. The Calcutta banyan has over 200 trunks and is 1,000 feet in circum­ ference. Since the Sepoy rebellion—about 1770—Calcutta has been peaceful and prosperous. sent to the Old Folks Home at Moose Haven, Florida, for the new House of God which the Moose are build­ ing for the old people. The ladies at the home will piece quilts out of the little aprons. The executive committee will meet early before the next meeting, De­ cember 15. Elect Officers at L. C. B. A. Meeting Members of the L. C. B. A. met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Daniel Driscoll and elected the following officers:' Spiritual Advisor, Rev. John E. by Mrs. Charles Lowrey, Mrs. Ger-. 1 Masseth; Past President, Mrs. Kate Church Society Met Wednesday The regular meeting of the Pas­ tor's Aid Society of the Presbyterian church was held in the church parlor Wednesday afternoon. The president, Mrs. Frank Camp­ bell, presided. Following the devo- tionals reports were given and it was found that $90 was cleared on the pancake supper. Mrs. B. C. Brown reported on the relief work being done by the so­ ciety. Mrs. Clara Maloney kindly volunteered to act in Mrs. Brown's place during her absence this win­ ter. The president reported that the curtains for the ladies' parlor had been purchased. After the meeting adjourned a comfortable for a needy family was tied, followed by a six o'clock con­ gregational dinner consisting of roast beef, mashed potatoes, cab­ bage salad, rolls, pickles, Jelly, cot­ tage pudding and coffee, at which about two hundred and sixty sat down. Mrs. H. G. Fowler was in charge of the program, consisting of Christ­ mas recitations by the children of the church and a Christmas reading by Miss Ruth BirdsaU. not been definitely decided Randall and Andrus, veteran for­ wards from .last season's team are being pushed hard by Huver and Norton for the front positions. Reilly, the third veteran, seems .„.«„ 8 « to have one of the guard positions j a is 0 De ma de to keep cinched at this writing. Ott and Schuster are battling for the other guard. Louis Blake and Cletus Fries are putting up a stiff scrap for the cen­ ter post, with Blake having a slight edge. Blake has had a bit more ex­ perience but is being pushed hard by Fries. Either is apt to start. In the preliminary game at Avon Friday night the second squad will tangle with Avon's seconds. Missionary Society Holds Program at Church The Woman's Missionary Society of the Free Methodist church held a program under their auspices at the church last Sunday evening. The following numbers comprise the evening's program: Opening song. \He Was Not Will ing,\ congregation; prayer by pas tor, Rev. H. W. Fish; scriptun reading, \One Hundred Sevent! Psalm,\ Mrs. H. W. Fish; \Jesus Shall Reign,\ congregation reading, \A Silent Missionary,\ H. W. Fish; reading, \The sionary Potato,\ William Gillette song. \The Gospel Compass,\ and Catherine Van Derwerken, Be Garwood and Carl Miller; rea \Umbrellas to Lend,\ by Mrs, Cheesbro; reading, \First Impres sions in Kentucky,\ by Mrs. Lotti Garwoods; song, \Speed Away, congregation; reading, \A Christ! Mission,\ Mrs. Ethel Rowe; essa \The Church and the Community, by Mrs. Ralph Miller; song, \Catf Thy Bread Upon the Waters,\ b; congregation, followed by a mis­ sionary sermon by Rev. H. W. Fish Ma4 Annual Election at Hospital .trade Moose, Mrs. Elizabeth Hul ^bert, Mrs. Raymond Pierce, Miss Addie Phillips and Mrs. Verne Rowe. Lawson Appointed For County Work George Lawson of Livonia\ was appointed by the County Work Re­ lief Committee to have charge of the office at the county home. 1 The committee is composed of the mayors of all towns that submitted {^projects for- consideration in relief work. Mayor Curry of Dansville, Mayor Mills of Mount Morris and Mayor Myers of Avon, were at the meeting. At a checker tournament held at Jfotsof Monday night Chief of Police •J. Wesley Sherman participated In twenty games, won nine, had six •draws and lost five games. At the regular meeting of the Bayford Class held ^Wednesday evening, plans were diacuiMd for an cnteitainment to be given after the holidays. A program was given and refreshments served. fymfffmimmmm • • • we can give your printing that modern­ istic touch so popular in present day advertising /MAiAAAAftAAAAAlaAAAAaAi Finn; President, Miss Helen Hem- mer; First Vice President, Mrs. Morgan Roche; Second Vice Presi­ dent, Miss Anna Denzer; Recorder, Mrs. Daniel Driscoll; Assistant Recorder, Mrs. Albin Altmeyer; Fi­ nancial Secretary, Mrs. Edward Schledorn; Treasurer, Miss Lena Rohner; Marshall, Mrs. John Fries; Guard, Mrs. Catherine Swift: Trustees for two years, Miss Mar­ garet Goodwin, Mrs. Michael How­ ard and Miss Margaret Rohner; Trustees for one year, Miss Susan Wyant and Mrs. Frank.. Ott; Board of Appeals, Mrs. Kate\ Finn, Mrs. Daniel Driscoll and Miss Helen Hcmmer; Financial Committee, Mrs Nellie Pratt, Miss Margaret Good­ win and Mrs. John Fries. The society is planning a series of card parties, the first to be held at Glen Haven during the first week in January. Sherman-Masten Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Virginia Mas- ten of Sprlngwater and Mr. Jay Sherman, son of Chief of Police and Mrs. J. Wesley Sherman of this vil­ lage. Although the marriage took place several months ago, friends of the young couple were not let in on the secret until a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman will reside at Springwater. The annual meeting of the Dans ville General Hospital, Inc., was held Wednesday evening, in the assembly room of the Dansville Public Li­ brary at 8 o'clock. All of the people who contributed to the hospital are members of the corporation and were eligible to cast their vote. • \ • . k Nine directors were elected to serve for a term of three years each. Reports of various officers were heard and the regular business transacted. The following were elected to serve as directors for the next three years: William F. Kelly, Thomas > Mc- Tamaghan, Dr. Simon King,, Dr. J. C. Dorr, F. F. Biek, Gamble Wilson, Helen Pratt, Mrs. Elizabeth Scherer and Rosa Murdock. % .William B, Bundy presided as chairman of the meeting and Miss Rc«a Murdock as secretary. There was a very small attendance. Perfect Attendance Bluff Point School All but one pupil was perfect In attendance at Bluff Point school daring November. Finest attendance Frost Club Holds Meeting The first meeting of the Frost Club was held in the high school auditorium December 1, 1931. This club comprises an organiza­ tion of eleventh and twelfth year English students who meet once a month for further study of the poetry of Robert Frost than the English program requires. Program Reading of Poems- Wild Grapes Emma M FreytagJ An Old Man's Winter Night , Teckla Drlscolll A Tuft of Flowers Mida Welch,) Mending Wall Marvin Herrick, Edwin Stoner| After Apple Picking Vivian Connollyl Brown's Descent . Martin Dykeman] Stopping By Woods on a a Snowy Evening Monte Redmond The Runaway . Neil Sutfin Birches Richard Driscoll The Pasture Arthur Wallace The officers of the club are; President Richard Driscoll Vice President Marvin Herrick Secretary Dorothy Gilbrlde Treasurer Sheldon Eschrich Dancing was enjoyed in the gym­ nasium from 8:45 to 9:30. Guild Meeting Held at Rectory The regular meeting of St.'Peter's Guild was held with Mrs, David Leach at St. Peter's rectory Tuesday afternoon. - - •• The next meeting will be held De­ cember IS at the home of 'Mrs. James W. Eaton, and each member was asked to bring an article which would be of use to some person in need. The hostess was assisted in serv­ ing refreshments by Mrs. R. M. Finch and Mrs. F. M. Hartman. Real Estate Transfers Kathryn D. Castle to William J. Cavender. Charles M. Barnes and wife to record that has ever been attained city of Rochester, Livonia and.Con- at the school. Walter Halbert, Dorothy Halbert, Lloyd Halbert, Vivian Burger, Ele­ anor Burger, Jane Thompson, Leota Bly, William Hall, Lucille Law­ rence. Betty Lawrence, Marie Law­ rence. William Hall has* been perfect in attendance through the first quarter of the school year. esus. Michael J. Kelly and wife to Jes­ sie L. Bush and husband, uima. Clare J. Cunningham and wife to Frank L. Coddington and wife, Avon. Florence R. Welch to Walter Par­ ker and wife, Geneseo. Thomas Delaney and another to Thomas Delaney and another, Gene­ seo. the delivery of special delivery mail only. There will b\ no deliveries by city or rural carriers and no win­ dow service. Further announcement of the service to be given will be made later. Arrangements will the parcel post and stamp windows open dur­ ing the evening during the heavy mailing period and the dates and hours will be announced later. The cooperation of large mailers is asked that all catalogues, cir­ culars and calendars which are not distinctly of a holiday nature be mailed early in December or held until after the 25th, that the entire efforts of the post office may be utilized as far as possible toward the prompt handling of holiday mail. It is already time for the mailing of parcel post to foreign countries, and information can be furnished as to the latest date on which par­ cels can be mailed to connect with steamers which are scheduled to ar­ rive^ before the 25th g We are offering now—as the holidays ap- | proach—an opportunity to present an appreciated, practical gift, or to outfit yourself with Hats - Frocks - Hose At These Prices Lot \ HAT, FROCK, HOSE £ 6.00 Lot 2 HAT, FROCK, HOSE #11.00 Lot 3 HAT, FROCK, HOSE #15.00 A small deposit will hold your purchase until wanted. Shop this Fashion Center for HATS in holiday mood, and selling even as low as 50 cents. JERSEY KNIT DRESSES £ 2.75 COATS AT COST FLRQUSON-McNAIR

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