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Cazenovia Republican. (Cazenovia, Madison County, N.Y.) 1854-current, March 28, 1957, Image 5

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THURSDAY, MARCH 28. 1957 ERIEVILLE AND VICINITY NEWS ITEMS By MRS. FLOYD PLANCK Phone New Woodstock 75Y41 ERIEVILLE, March 26—Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ferris were Sunday eve­ ning callers of her mother, Mrs. Lil­ lian Omans. Mrs. Carl Anderson and childr i were Sunday callers of her parents | Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Humphrey of South Otselic. I Mr. and Mrs. Ottwell Bobbette ar-, rived • home Friday evening after spending the winter in Florida. Mrs. Leslie Moore was a medical patient last week in the Memorial Hospital in Syracuse. Mr. and Mrs. George Felix were Saturday evening dinner guests fot Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones of Morris- ville. at the Church at 2 p.m. The i first annual church conference will be held at the Nelson* Church on April Vat 8 p.m. CUB SCOUT TROOP 22 A pack meeting will be held Friday evening, March 29, at 8 p.m. at the Erieville school house. *\ VOLUNTEER FIREMEN The regular monthly meeting,of Erieville firemen will be held on April 2 at 8 p.m. This is the annual election of officers, so every fireman is urged to attend. * POMPEY CENTER By MRS. FLOYD HOLBROOK . ? -Phone OL 5-2818 \EOMPEY<CENTER March 25^ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Perringtpn of \*MV. and Mrs. Wade Burghardt of! SyracW.visited Mr. and Mrs. James /Syracuse were Friday afternoon call- Purcell-of^Ppmpey Center. -«™ ° f M \- ^\Srm 00 ^ Mrs. Bolf is\ gradually improvTrig Mr. and Mrs. Willard Spaulding . . ? , JT . and twin sons of Syracuse, spent the smce she \came home, from the hos- weekend with his pWents, Mr. and pital. ' ! We 'hope it won't be long Mrs. Edwin Spaulding. Marvin Jillson has returned home from the Crouse-Irvipg Hospital and has'rtcdvered nicely. * Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pynn and fam- ; of Miss-Martha Koller, who will be jnly drove to North Rose Sunday to call on the Hackneys. On the way THE CAZENOVIA REPUBLICAN, CAZENOVIA, N. Y. PAGE FIVE family were weekend guests of Mr c rtrm _ r r i g> and Mrs. Jack Ackley, -~ y .ronner K..JX Friday evening guests of the Hol- brooks were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cousens and family and Mr; and Mrs. Albert'Colletti and boys of Syracuse. Saturday Mr. Jackie Crouse and Teacher... (continued from pag£_2) ing classes at the school since 1943, and is now teaching painting and drawing for young people of high 1 school age. Frazier has been teach C ^Erfn*^ classes at Mrs. Holbropk and family. Catherine; (who is a cousin of Mrs. Holbrook). and Jackie have announced.;their eh; gagement and expect tOvbe married in August. , v , .i , A .^ f The Holbroqk family'spent'Sunday in Port.Byron,visiting Mr. and Mrs.\ Dwight Howden \an<i ; faihily.y.Tlley Were formerly of Pompey/Center. ' I .There.,'has b^n*i^ny'ju»und. hei* who. 'have their*\phone changed. Please note your correspondent has a ;hew .telepfi^ef number. MWPI since 1953, Christiana exhibited 18 oils, all landscapes, the earliest of them painted In 1953.. • Christiana was born in White Plains, N. Y., moved to llion as a -youngster and attended Hion public TOWING SERVICE ^4 HOURS r HARRY ElAWRENGE schools. In 1933 he was tfie first llion High School graduate to receive a diploma in illustration from Pratt Institute. He also attended the School of Related Arts and Sciences in Utlca, and studied with William C. Palmer, at MWPI's School of Art from 1940 to 1942. Well-known in Central N_ew York as a teacher as well as an artist, he has j taught adult classes in Herki­ mer since 1946, and for the last two years has taught an adult class at the Sherburne Central Schooi. WITH YOUR MORNING COFFEE PEANUT STICKS CINNAMON BUNS GLAZED DOUGHNUTS CO.fEE RINGS GAYLORD'S HOME BAKERY lS'LlNCKLAEN ST. PHONE OL 5-9811 • : I1J before she is well again. Mrs/-.Sally BHgh was hostess at a i miscellaneous shower given in' honor home, they stopped at Sterling to call on Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Benedict and family and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Pud- ney. Miss Janice Marris of Cortland Teachers College is spending her week's spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mar­ ris. , . Mrs. Lyle Chaphe would like to thank all volunteers who helped in the Red Cross drive. $74.70 was col­ lected in the Erieville area. Miss Noretta Spaulding and Miss Winnie Morgan of Chittenango were Saturday callers of Mr. and- Mrs. Earl Spaulding. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Munger and family of Cazenovia were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hudson. Eddie Heffernan entertained the following boys Saturday on his ninth birthday: Gary and Ronnie Ander­ son, Malcolm Onyan Jr., Neil Jillson Duane Moore, Danny Hudson, Leon Church and Jim Ayers. Mrs. Dalton Marris is on the sick list. The baby is staying with her grandmother, Mrs. Smith Salisbury of Cazenovia. Mrs. Mary English and Mrs. Leora Howells were Friday evening supper guests of Mrs. Edward Slocum. Sunday afternoon callers at the Ed­ win Spaulding home were Mrs. Geo. Davies of Auburn and the Misses Agnes and Sarah Welch of Marcellus. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Heffernan and children were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ahem of Cazenovia. In the afternoon they called on Mrs. Heffernan's brother, Bill Tuck, who is a patient in the Veterans Hospital, Syracuse. Mrs. Myrtle Briggs, Candy Spauld­ ing and Thomas Sprague spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Elmer 1 at Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Onyan arid family called on his'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Onyan at Hamilton Sun- dayy. Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jillson were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hayes of Red Creek, Mrs. Hazel Stoker of Cazenovia, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Jillson an* family of Syracuse, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jill­ son of Cazenovia and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Frisbey. Mrs. Edward Slocum and daughter, Elizabeth, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Rona Hamilton and Melius Spaulding. Mrs. George Felix entertained Mrs. Norman Odeil and children and Mrs. Malcolm Onyan and childreri'at lunch Monday in honor of Mrs. Onyan's birthday. Myron Albright and son of Utica were Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spaulding. Mr. and Mrs. James McCarthy and Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins of Canastota were Sunday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McCarthy. There was much excitement in town Sunday when Clarence Judd brought in a bob-cat that he had shot in Nelson swamp on the pipe line. Although Clarence saw two of them, he was able to get only one. The one he killed was a female, weighing be-, tween 20 and 25 pounds. *The Slab- sides Sportsman Club is considering having it mounted as it is believed the only bob-cat ever -shot in this area. W. S. C. 8. W. S. C. S. will meet on ApHl_ 2 AUCTION SALE j Please take notice that the ua- j dersigned will sell at Public a Auction, the Joseph Gai&er prop- (3 erty, located north of Eaton- s brook Reservoir, on the Eaton- a brook to the Little Welch @ Church Road in tJ*o Tow* of gj Nelson, on the 5th day of April, g 1957, at 2 pm. Sale Will *e heWg on the premises, consisting of 1S1 m acres of land, more or less. @ Successful bidder for the prop- s erty wilPHBe required to pay ten a per cent (10%) of the bid price g in cosh or certified check at the § time of the sale, and the balance {3 to be paid in cash or certified || check within thirty (SO) daysg from the notification that thee deed of transfer is available, un-|| der the penalty of forfeiting the {a initial payment if transaction lsg not closed within the stated S thirty (30) days. g Right is reserved to reject any S or all bids. Quit Claim deed Tviilji be given for all the right, title, @ and interest of the undersigned, jfj Madison County Don't ofg Public Welfare 1 William Llddle, 1 Commissioner M S Broad St., Hamilton, W New York, M Harold Williams, Auctioneer M married after Easter. The shower was held Sunday, the 54th, at the Me­ morial building at Pompey Center-. Many'guests were invited to attend. \ Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Berry and Mf Ihighbori \Good morning, Poetry-ia- Hotion! How come, you'r* wearing your lipstick on your eyebrows?.\ oiiajaiajaraMajsiaaraM I* 1 frfc' Fabuloui >LX>CN ROCKIT'M ricsrrX in th( This is Flosta time . . . time to climb aboard Oldamobile's new model for the station wagon set. . . combining the ultimate in hardtop glamor with rugged utility. For loads of fun . . . check the Juesta's sleek, low-level styling with distinctive new Accent Stripe that stands out in high society or suburban living. And get the full significance of wide-open pleasure with Oldamobile's glamorous Holiday styling. For loads of oxcttomont . . . try Oldamobile's new wide ride . . . solidly seated in the new Wide-Stance Chassis with wider frame and spring baae for maximum stability under rugged use and heavy loads. 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