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Facts and fallacies. (Brushton, N.Y.) 1905-1952, November 02, 1950, Image 1

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• M ? 4 !l*»*r»n. i 1 9u 3W»WS>fc*»^ , ***23«&*3<*ijS, jii^-™^ SA-SS^^S^IJ^ ^-< ** s*?' *» \V «*«HM -u • i Sft--\^ - V •*-.»« yf^SAiwJi- **^-|j¥>.*\wrf j. Jte^irf\ yip-* 5 ***** u . -*r .\a-***^. -^t $#s?f£&iLa~- & •*— -<^fev»,» \'•£ ** T- 4 %»:©'. es * ^ 11)1111111 IIJ mil ill f I nfci inl • HI nn JI ii i|C-J\ S <*£ * VOL. MT ; NoM NOVEMBER 2 r t950 SHOULD be re- », >* * eeived at this AdVettlSSfllg office not later - than next Monday noon to insure ap- pearance in the next issue; this rule ap- plies particularly to eopy for ehange\ of '\\advertisements. 15 YEARS AGO Mr. and Mrs. \WiH H. Fisher and their daughter, Morma, were Sunday visitors at M. A. Baldwin's. ,i - \**Mrs. Jamea Fisher suffered a severe jfcoek of paralysis Monday morning. Her condition was improved Wednesday Miss Jennie Chandler left Wednesday for-Washington, Ek C, where she w0l spend the winter,with her niece and hus- band, Major and Mrs. K. F. Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Gale left Tuesday for Hiawatha, Kansas, with Mr. Gale's son and his wife. \Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rozon left Wednes- day for Florida to spend the winter. - ' 50 YEARS AGO - The OTT Club served firemen's tea Wednesday evenisg. Mrs. Eunice Ayers left for Beverly, MasSr, Tuesday on the train where she wiH spend the winter with her daughter, Mts. Sabra Powers. Last Tuesday night someone entered the^ barn of Henry Turner and took a horaehelonging to him. George Conger and Heme Phelps spent last Sunday in Ottawa. Miss Vina Jarvis. has been ill the past week. - Richard Huto is home from the woods until after election. Attention Readers are mvited to send letters'to mm, f oicing personal opinions or of interest to the BjtbMe, for fusa^on. Abetters inusfc be in goad *sst& and devoid of unpleasant person- \ah%s. -_ 0ur desire is to provide a forum for the local publiefand' promote an exchange of thought on public opinion. ITEMS Samuel Harris has returned from ?hil adelphia, Pa., where he.attended the\ Gonvention of National Funeral Direct- ors association*- A meeting qf the Moira Town Board is scheduled for tonight to app ant a new supervisor to fill the vacaney caused by the death of Supervisor Bill LaValley. FrM Carpenter and Mr. and Mrs. Ar- nold Caryenter of Central Isfcp, L. I., Pfeger Carpenter and Mrs. Elsa Carbgn- Ififvjof'• Brentwood, L. L, Mrs. Clarence ETJSseil and MissTbelma Carpenter were* week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth enter. % JEngagernent Announced Mr. and Mrs. George Ross of Brush ton announce the engagement of their daugh- ter, Shirley B. Ross, of 47 Cottage St., Manchester, Conn., to Carl E. Clemson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Clemson, of 10S Oakland St., Manchester, Conn. The wedding will take place January 6th, 1951, at St. Bridget's Church in Manchester, Conn. Notice of Hearing Upon Preliminary Budget , . NOTICE is hereby given that the prelim- inary budget of the Town of Moira, \N. Y., for the fiscal year beginning Jan* nary 1, 1950, has been completed and is Sled in the office of the Town Clerk at Moira, N. Y., where it is available for inspection by any interested person at all reasonable hours. Further notice is hereby given that the Town Board of the Town of Moira will meet and review said preliminary budget and hold a publie hearing thereon, at the Town Clerk's office from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. o'clock on the 9th day of November, 1950, and that at such hearing any per- son may be heard in favor of or against the preliminary budget as compiled for or against any items therein contained. Pursuant torsestion 113 of the. Town Law, the propose^safaries of thj| 6*How- ingofficers are hereby specified asfollbws: Supervisor - - • if$JGi<0& Town Clerk - \- 4S&G& Town Superintendent - 1810.00 Assessors (3) - - 500.00 Justice of the Peace(2) - 450.00 Tax Collector - - 325.00 Councilman (2) - ' - 250.00 By order of the Town Board Thos. W. Foy, Town Clerk Dated Oct. 9, 1950 SIM llfS Menry Bushey Passes Away Henry Bushey, 86, died Friday morn- ing at the Alice Hyde Hospital after an illness of two days. Mr. Bushey was born in Malone and had spent his lifetime in this area working as a carpenter. He was a member of St. Mary's Chureh, Brushton. He was married twice, his first wife having been the former Jennie Bombard -whose death occurred in 1942. Surviving are his .widow, the former Christine Shatrawj one son, Bernard C.; three brothers* Eli, Joseph and William; and a sister,gfefrs.*Amelia Bughto, besides several nieces and nephews. Funeral services wfirfe held Monday at 10:30 at St. Mary's Church, the Rev. J. A. O'Brien officiating. Burial was in Sc. Mary's Cemetery. mmm << f» s®K Tfe.- Want, LojsVFoand, TeBeni, F<» Sale and other like; notices parted nnd 01 \ this hm£ for oaf cejtf *S wo \ aaeh week, Cfesh witb 0*4e*» wmsm-A '•S^KS*?® FOE SALE; Home grows natural wm woolen yarn, two and three ply, $.70 for 4QZ. skein, not post paid. Cherry Hastiogs, E*st Dickinson Kliil 3* CHOICE BLOOB-TE.STEI> GHICKS; N. H. Red, R. I. Reds, Barred Gross, Red Rock and White Rock. No Leghorn, your cboiee4|l0.95perlOQ. Heavy assort ed510.7<5 per 100 Pullets §17.00 per 100, Satisfaction guaranteed. Chicks shipped CO. D. EoTs Chicks, Manchester, N. H. •V',' 1 \! WE buy, sell, and exchange -furniture; -efe>ves^ etc - ***\„> Watgdh Manning Phone Mofea 200ft Hallowe'en was very quiet here. The usual gangs of costumed youngsters pa- trolled the streets but no property dam- age has been reported. The regular stated meeting of Chalybe- ate Chapter,,OES will be held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. There will be ini- tiation and refreshments- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell and chil- dren returned home Wednesday from Tupper Lake where they were weekend guests of relatives. Mrs. John Holland and Mrs. Edgar Whitney entertained with a bridal show- er Wednesday evening at the former's home in honor of Miss Alice Stamatiades- -e^-* 'ViS?' Moira Supervisor Dies , William M. LaValley, 57, died at his h*me M Mojr§ F^day night about 7:45. He had been ill sjtfcef une when he enter- e^the Al|^^yde,Hospftal, and later the Ross Memorial Hospitalln Montreal. He returned home three weeks ago. Born Oct. 2 ? jl89!,;ih Moira, he spent all of his lifetime except for a few years in BurlMgtohy\Sfc He attended Moira High Sej|0pl and owned and operated a l^r^g^^riBe^etf I yeaiSi He became the «upe^rHsor of the foro 6$ ^Moirasix years ago and ;was one of the most esteemed hiembeteof the Franklin County Board o^ Superpsors, Su^iving are qhe daughter, Mrs. Tho- mas lOesnolreiii one grandson, Tiinotby; five brothiirlj Paniel, Fred, Lawrence, Arthur, and Edward; and three sisters, Mrs. Amelia Woods, Mrs. Bertha LaVigne and Mrs. Frank Burnett. Funeral services were held Monday at 9 o'clock at St. Mary's Chureh, Brush- ton, the Rev, J. A. O'Brien celebrant of the high Mass of requiem. Burial was in the parish cemetery. Brushton Home Bureau Notiee of Filing and Hearing of Assessment Roll TAKE NOTICE: The assessors of the Village of Brushton have prepared their assessment-roll for .the,current year: that a copy thereof has jbeen filed with the village^ clerk, at his \office in such village whore it may be seen a2od exam- ined by any person at any time during business hours until the third Tuesday in November, and-<>hat »rf such day, at the office of the village eleiik, between the hours of one o'clock In the afternoon and five o'clock in the afternoon, the said assessors will meet for the purpose of' completing such* assessment-roll and of hearing and deterrmnih& complaints in relation thereto on the\ application of any person conceiving himself aggrieved the- reby. Dated October 30,1950 A. E>. Armstrong Clerk — \Cooking-the less tender cuts of meat\ will be the lesson given at the Brushton Home Bureau, Nov. 3, 'with Mrs. Maur- ice Wright in charge. This will be.a sup- per lesson at 6:30. Members are asked to come prepared to work and bring a roll or sandwich, dinner plate, knife, fork, spoon and cup. Alfmembers are urged to attend. Park Methodist Church Moira Brushton High School News On Wednesday, Nov. 1st, thirty-two boys answered Coach Wiles' call for the first basketball practice of the season. Included were four varsity lettermen of last year: Doug Hutchins, Gene Riley, Don Gonyea and Don LaComb. The cap- tain of last year's championship Junior Varsity, Dick Geneway, has moved up and seems slated for a starting varsity berth. Others out for the varsity squad are Dwight Griffin, Garth R#scoe, Doug Martin, Bob French and Ken Manches- ter. The Junior Varsity has five returning members from last year's championship team: Phil Pepper, Bob King, Martin MeKinney, Dick Traynor, and Loyal O'Donnell. Others out for the team are Dan Snyder, John^Finnegan, Lawrence Perry, Roger Trick,, Henry Hooker, Pat Burnell, Dave Winter^ Garth Griffin, Mervin Bellows, Charles Phelix, James Badger, Kenny Ward, Samuel T&Imbal; AHan Etman, Paul Earl, Edward Camp- bell and Burt Peck. The first home game of the season has been scheduled with Madrid Central for Nov. 28th. This will be the third consec- utive year of this fine rivalry. Madrid, champions of the St. Lawrence County League, has yet to taste victory again«fc the Cardinals. Brushton has two fine teams and will be looking for another championship cup this year. Enthusiasm and team spirit are high and aH that is needed is the usual good support of the townspeople to make what is hoped to be a most successful basketball season. J. Harold Burkey, Minister Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Worship 11 MYF 6 p. m. Mid-week Service: Wednesday 8 p Donkey Ba&ketbal-l Can you imagine basketball played \donkey back\? No? Come to Brushton High School and enjoy the laugbingest evening of a lifetime when the Buckeye Donkey Ball of Columbus, Ohio, will present Donkey basketball. The date is Friday, November 10th. Admission will be 60 cents for adults, 35 cents for child- ren. The Brusht'.n-MoHa-FFA are spon- soring this event and many of our high school players will co-star with the don- keys. Set aside Friday, Nov. 10, for an evening's entertainment. Brushton-Moira FFA Carpenter * Viscome Miss Alice M.-Carpenter, daughter of Mrs* Elsa Carpenter .--of Brentwood, be- earnethe bride of RoberfeViseome,sQn of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Viseome «£ Fu^fcon at a doable ring ceremony^performed Saturday morning, Oct. 28* at St. Mary's Church 15y the Rev. J. A. O'Brien. Mrs. Betty Tabor, Glovexsviite, was her sister's matron of honolanSSam Vis- come, Cousin Of the groom, wasbestmarj. A weeding breakfast and reception for the immediate family was held directly following the ceremony at the home of Mr. andr Mrs. Antfi^ey Viseom^. The couple will reside in Ftdtoh where Mr. Viscome is \employed by fhcSealright Co. Everyday l^W&es at Week BlA Spctafe Cala Hams. Cold Cuts„- Salt Pork.„ *.WMM#t **** in Children ;in to show \Squinting\ Many children signs of \squinting\ as' early as three years of age^ Myopia^ (near- sight) sometimes occurs around the age of seven. Early eheck4ttjjs on children's vision may- prevent trou- ble later. . - Fresii Side Pork. Sliced Bacon ...... Bologna!.. . , lb. 4:5c „„!rx 57c Frankfurts_„ Fresh Creamery Butter. Pork Chops, end 36Ms_. _Jb. 49c _ lb. 69c , Cleaning ^il! The American public spends over one billion dollars annually for dry^ cleaning services^to greserve ward- robes and household effects that cost many many times this amount. m. Brushton Methodist Church Rev. J. Harold Burkey,*Minister Morning Worship 9:45 Church School 10:45 Brushton Christian Church Morning Worship 9;45 Sunday School 10:45. Prayer Gottage Meetings each Wednes- day at 7:30 p.m. Methodist Churches to • Hold Evangelistic Week The Brushton and Moira Methodist Churches will take part in an Evangelis- tic drive of Methodist churches in the Syracuse area, from »Noy..4 to Nov. 11. The program starts Saturday with a youth meeting in Potsdam at 8 p.m. Dr. Otto Natl will speak and a 45 minute ;movie, \Crossroads\, will be shown. During the week two guest pastors will assist Rev. Burkey in this area in a per- sonal visitation*program, b\y which they hope to contact all parishioners and in- terested people personally. There will be seivices held Sunday, Monday and Tuesday evenings at 8 p.m. in Moira, and on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings in Brushton. Highway Lighting Better highway lighting is needed to reduce night accidents. Not only would it increase visibility, but it would reduce headlight glare caus- ed by bright lights on dark high- ways. Class I Railroads There are in the United States 129 class I railroads, that is, rail- roads which have gross- revenues of one million\ dollars, or more a year. Fresh ground ha;i&fettfger„ Bacon squares ,. _,™.^.i__^ lb. SSe _lb.59c _, L lb. 38c ( F. A. CLAM 4 CO «» Steel in Homes As much as 7,000 pounds of steel products may go into the construc- tion and equipment of a six-room house. - /\ . » Qpod Target Know anybody who looks like a buck, a pheasant, a fox or a duck If not, why shoot at another hunter? Explorer's Historian Magellan's '.historian was Anton- io Pigafetta.'*- Pilgrim Holiness Church Rev. O. W- Lawrence, Pastor Sabbath School 10:00. Morning Worship 10:45. Evening ©lass Meeting 7:30, followed by a Preaching Service at 8 00. Midweek Prayer Service Wednesday evening 7:45. Young People's Service Friday night at 7:30. King Richard The modern butcher would have loved King Richard the Lion-Heart- ed for a steady customer. Richard, who ruled England a^>put 1190 A. D., would take a whole-leg of lamb in his fist and. eat it at- aj sitting. Christian Science Services Sunday, 11:00 a- m. at 113 E. Main St. Malone November 5, 1950 Subject: Adam and Fallen Man Golden Text: Hosea 14:1. O Isreal, re- turn unto the Lord thy God; for thou hast fallen by thine iniquity. Drooping Candles Candles that are uied for decor- ative purposes will not.droop if giv- en a coat of shellac. To be cleaned, they need only be\: wiped with a damp cloth. ' Books Of Knowledge Combined library resources of the University of California on its eight campuses exceed 2,500,000 volumes. Barristers The Portia law school in Boston, Mass., was the first, law school in \the world devoted to the legal edu- cation of women. Que® @0gtneti@s. Enjoy the Benefits of Avon's Service Contact your A^on representative Alice T. 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