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The Medina daily journal and Medina register. (Medina, N.Y.) 1932-1970, May 26, 1971, Image 3

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' Install BPW Leaders ~\Wness m\tblg. A report of fhtt\ _, . ~,. a\ldtting (l()nunittee \fas M~tde ·bY -, . ws.· Vir .. ruaW~t;n •. (chait'man. · Mrs. Mary Jane Szcizecllbwiak was introduce4 as a new· mem- ber. ' ... ~. The p:tesid.~nt . and officers appointetl the-!ollowing chairmen for the 7le-'12lear. ·R~.ervations­ Doris ·Bunnell -'~ll.d'· Alice· Cham- bers; Hospitality-Beatrice· Car- . roll· Pt~gram Chairman-Lucy weet• Busitiess women's Week- s. Nicholas; .Parljam~tarian· Mil<lred Fish; Ji;oster - Margaret Shannon; By-laws · Ll;lvona Canfield; PubUeity - Margaret Shannon; Membership - Mary . WhitUeton; Legislation · Cecelia White; National Security - Patricia Hoey; World Affairs - Evelyn Thomas, and Public Relations - Blanche Bortz. Reports were given by the chairmen of the standing com- Lucy Weet, 2nd vice president; Miss Margaret· McCarthy, recording secretary; Mrs. Katherine Frey, corr·esponding mittees. Mrs. Orpha Botsford an- nounced that there . would be a rummage sale in August with Mrs. Carroll in charge. A card party for November is in ~e making. A luncheon in the Spring with Mrs. Mary Szczechowiak as chairman. ?/o4P,.¥f:{ ~ ADMI'ITED MAY 25 ·pgaged -. f· - . . I 1, . May 18 was ~stallation night director from the Albion BPW s~cretar~ and Mrs. Mary for· of(icers. of the Medina- Club. • Siedlecki, treasurer., ~rs. Middleport tusiness a~d Installed as officers for 1971-72 Rodden t~edo!l w.omen s nghts Professional w. men's Club w1th wert::· Mrs. Nola Hol~an, and the difficulties m some of the a colored cand}e ceremony done president; Mrs. Shirley st.ates. by Mrs. Donna ~dden, District s Nicholas, 1st vice president; Mrs. Mrs. Holman presided at the Mrs. Marjorie Wilson, 505 Ann St. Leon Klino, 9510 Ridge Rd., Middleport. Marlene Livingston, 1273 Mar- shall Rd., Lyndonville. Mary Jane Chapmaan MIDDLEPORT - The en- gagement and forthcoming marriage of Miss Mary Jane Chapman to Wayne c. Mil- ler, of Queens, N.Y., has been announced by the par- ents of the bride-elect, Mr. and Mrs. J. Douglas Chap- man, 9265 Ridge Rd. member of the faculty at Clermonl, Northeastern High School in Batavia, Ohio. MAN'SWORK- Looking like.the old-fashioned b. -~··la.•::ksJ~th of yesteryear is Albert Paley, Jr., an . metal- smitli who will appear at the Kenatt Center Crafts 1 esti:val in early June. · Craft -Festival WiU Feature Metalsmith For Memorial Day, we made our everyday· . ues even better. Short sale! Through Saturday. All 3.50. Now All $4. Now 2 for $7 We've.put all our misses' and junior sh rts on sale! Right now. When summer's st begun. You'll find cotton/polyesters, double knit nylons, cotton denims and - more .. Woven into all the right-now· Ies. Choose summer solids, stripes or plaids in the hottest fashion colors. \ I' r' ' r' ' . ' . ' ' I ' Ladies' crinkl'e patent vinyl sanda~s in combinations of red/white/blue. Sizes 5 to 10. ........ 2'10 Misses' c o tt o n d uc:k or denim sneakers with cush~ ! ion insole. White, Black, -~ Navy Blue Jeans AA7 • 10, 84-10. End-of-month clearance. WOMEN'S BETTER DRESSES Orig. 6.00 - 19.00 No'!\ 4oq 11 1100 Jr., Misses', Half Sizes UI5,0NTINUJ:P 5TYLU BOYS' PANTS Orig. 3.98 .• 4,'98 Now 188 Reg. 6 - 8- 12 • 14- 16 Slim 6 --14. 16 Thevaft.iAs WOMEN'S HALF SUPS Orig. 4.00 Now 188 Unclingable Nylons - S, M~ L ONii TADLili ODDS and EN'DS SOc • 99c Real Extra Savings Here .. , . SHc)p .111URSDAY • FRIEJAY 9:00• 9:0Q C:HARQE Ill \ . . :_ . . _.,:_·.·, Mrs. Larry Decker, Sherman Rd., Middleport. DISCHARGED MAY 2i Mrs. Jacqueline Saeli, 4496 Mill St., Shelby Center. Mrs. Truman Nichols, .J.39Z2 Gaines Basin Rd., Albion. ADMittED MAY 26 · Casey Brown, 10183 W. Lyn- donville Rd., Lyrtdonville. Kelly Humphrey, 38 Garland St., Lyndonville. DISCHARGED MAY 26 Mrs. Michael Walker, N. Gra- vel Rd. Mrs. James Monell and daugh- ter, 3634 Horan Rd. Mrs. Roger Bedford, 3870 Root Rd., Gasport. Local Names Are Lucky in Lottery Series Miss Chapman, a 1966 · graduate of Royalton-Hart- land Central High School, received her B.A. in English from State University Col- lege of Oneonta. She is a Alan Peek, age 15, of Troop 32, has been notified by Lewiston Trail Council that he has achiev- ed the rank of Eagle Scout. Alan, the son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Peek, 512 Prospect St., will receive a formal presentation Medina residents and several at the Scout Court of Honor, at others in the area had tickets First Baptist Church. drawn in Albany. It is for a • • • $25,000 for life award and Joseph D. Scupien, Root Road, the series of drawings will Albion, a cadet in Niagara Uni- continue today and tomorrow. versity's advanced Reserve Of• First-round winners get $300 fi~er Tr~g Corps. (~OTC) and advance into eligibility for will rece1ve a comllllSSlOn as LOCKPORT - Albert Paley Theatre Repertory Company, Jr., a metalsmith at the School directed-by Gerald L; Miller, Will for American Craftsmen; be presented out-of-doors Friday Rochester · Institute of at .6p .. m. and Sunday at 4 p.m; Dl:. Miller received his B.A. from St. Jolm's Uni- versity, his Master's Degree from Columbia University and his Ph.D ·from New York University. He is an associate professor in Am· erican literature at the Uni- . versity of Cincinnati. _ Technology, will be the featured Outdoor Dixieland jazz con~ craftsman at the Kenan Center certs will be presented by tbe Crafts Festival, June 4-6. Congress of Dixieland Ap- Mr. Paley will demonstrate preciation Saturday and Srinday iron forging at the festival on afternoons from 1 to 3. A late summer wedding is planned. second lieutenant in the United States Army during commence- ment exercises, Saturday. • • • Miss Linda Riley will arrive home from New York University to be with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Riley. • • • The Rev. and Mrs. Corey B. Klinetob have arrived from St. Petersburg, Fla. to spend the summer with relatives in Mid- dleport area. Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Eugene O'Neill's drama, 4 to 6 p.m. and lecture and \Lorig D~y's Journey Into NigJlt\ demonstrate from 7-9 p.m. He· will be presented in, the Center's has studied and exhibited metal Taylor Theater all three evenings crafts and jewelry throughout the at 8 p.m. The play, directed by United ·states and abroad and Michael P. Guastella ·of East received numerous aWards. Aurora will be presented June 3-6 ·Other crafts to be exhibited, and 9\13. sold and demottstrated at the The festival is partially funded three-day event incluqe by the New York Sta,te Council on ceramics; weaving, woodworking the Arts. I enameling, stone carving and .-------+-----, stained glass. The crafts festival ~ ... will be open to the public Friday FOR LAWN FUf:\'ITURE from 6 to 10 p:m., Saturday from USE · · 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday SPRAY P~NT from 1-6 p.m. In addition to the crafts DE RUS 0 displays, a wide range of other .i RUSTOLE , M attractions· are planned for the . MARTIN•SENOUR week end. Original children's plays performed · by the NOW 1 ••• ! the second drawing. Today's drawing will pick 14 names for \post positions\ for the final round Thursday. One Medina ticket was listed as Eberles and Foxes, while the other was in the name of Alexander Felso Jr., RD 2, S.en,ior Citizens Will Hear Pension Facts Band Earns Trophies CASE PAIMT & WALLPJwER· .. ' -.~ ''\i<'i ... · (under Medinb Parts) Medina. At their regular Friday af- ternoon meeting at 1:30 at the Center, concerned Senior Citizens wUl have the opportunity of hearing Arthur Wortman, field represent<~tive from the Batavia Your Wedding • 10 8x10 coh,;. pie:t-uros • Selection from 'proofs • Choice of albums In Gasport, the ticket of Carroll and John Seabury was-lucky in the first round. Kenneth Seeloff of Kent in Orleans County was a first-round winner.· District Office, explain recent - Medina's Mustang Marching changes in Social Security and Band returned home late Satur- Medicare legislation. He will day from the Springville Pa- · welcome questions on these geant of Bands, with two troph- topics. ies and Mrs. Donald Wakefield, Harvey Rites Serving as hosts for the social publicity chairman, added the ·h d hourtofollowtheprogram will be comment: \They were well de· : • Church-Reception cover· age . Are C ange w. and Mrs. Charles Goldsmith, served.\ . Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garrick, Mrs. Medina's newly-garbed band Lyndonia Lodge Will A change in the planned fun- Grace Green and Mrs · Mary won 2nd place in the Class B eral service for Mrs. Lillie Har- Gentile. · Hear Reports of vey was announced today. Serv- competition.for marching bands. 5 C • ices will be held Thursday at 2 North Collins took first and Dun- tate onvenhon p.m. at Gbld Tidings Baptist dee third. LYNDONVILLE _ Lyndonia Church. In the concert band category, . Rebekah Lodge No. 527 will meet The Rev. Oscar Amos will offi· North Collins again emerged • Pre Bridal an'l Glossoe All For $1'4.50 Photogr~p~y by Jon~s 434-5509 · 441 Washbuh-. Ave. Lockport, N. · Y. Thursday at 8 p.m. with Mrs. ciate with burial in Boxwood first with Dundee, second, and Dorothy Thaine, noble grand, in 'Ce:m:e:te:ry:·-----~·--~::::::::::; __ M:e:din:a,~t:hir:' :d~. ------· -======:;:::::; charge. - 1 At this time, Mrs. Thaine, . delegate to the State Assembly held .May 16-20 in the Parkway Inn, Buffalo Ave., Niagara Falls, will give her report. Attending all of the sessions with Mrs. Thaine were, Gladys Harrold, May Barnum ~d Mary Lou Humphrey. Martha Thaine, Mildred Bentley, Eloise Martin and Myrtle Joy attended some sessions. Committees for the evening are: Refreshments, Mil d r e d Bentley and Zelia Bale. Enter- tainment, Bessie Parsels. BEST SELLERS ____ (UPl). · <O.••U .. •:r ... u. .... • ·w....,.) Fiction THE PASSIONS OF TlfE MIND- Irving Stone QB VII - Leon Uris THE UNDERGROUND MAN- Ross MacDonald THE THRONE OF SATURN- AllenDr~y THE NEW CENTURIONS - J os~ph Wambaugh RICH MAN, POOR MAN- Irwin Shaw THE ANTAGONISTS- Ernest K. Gann PASSENGER TO FRANKFURT - Agatha Christie LOVE STORY -.Erich Segal ISLANDS IN THE STREAM - Ernest Hemingway Nonfiction THE GREENING OF AMERICA - Charles Reich . BURYMY HEART AT WOUNDED KNEE -Dee Brown THE SENSUOUS MAN- \M\ FUTURE SHOCK - Alvin Toffler STILLWELL AND THE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE IN · ClflNA - Barbara W. Tuchman THE GRA!\IDEES - Stephen Birmingham . CIVILISATION ..:, Kenneth Clark THE.EURol'EAN DISCOYERY OF AMERICA'- Samuel Eliot MorisOn . - · BOSS - Mike R.oyko . KHRUSHCHEV REMEM8ERS ._,, ' . ' GtANT SAUE of • J . . . MEN'S SUillS Made by· • Michaels-Stern • J & F • Cricketeer Great StYle SUITS - Great Selection Great Saving$ - Right Now at the Height of the Season Here's a Knock-out Blow to· J.nflation REAL SOLID, SAVINGS CHOOSE' FROM OVER 100 OF THESE fiNE SUITS . · Year Round or Tropical Valued~ $ll ·s···. .. ' . :,

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