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I r Telephone 123 CHRONICLE-EXPRESS, PENN YAN, N. Y., OCTOBER 7, 1926 Page Fiv* Boys’ and Youths’ SHOES and OXFORDS That will wear like iron — A t greatly reduced prices Mrs. Abel Corbin entertained the Tuesday Bridge Club at luncheon on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Raymond are moving into the Andrew MacKay hpuse this week. ♦ •+- Mrs. Weeden Underwood entertain­ ed her Literary Club, of Rochester, at luncheon on Tuesday. Mrs. E. S. Conway suffered a nerv­ ous shock Friday morning, but is now- improving. Last Thursday night Mrs. George Ex­ cell and Mrs. Ralph Excell entertained at supper and cards. - < Bfrs. William B. Fenner .underwent a serious operation Tuesday morning at the Geneva General Hospital. Bordwelis Incorporated Our D e s i r e Cor. Main & Elm Sts., PENS YIN You Should We are very desirous that all patrons of this store i P a int N o w * Come in and see them t ; Wagener Brothers The Yates County Supervisors will gather at the rooms in Penn Yan Mon­ day of next week lor their regular meeting. * * The House Bible Club will meet Thursday, October 7th, . with : Mrs. Agnes Anderson, 12 Myrtle avenue. * * i On Saturday Mrs. Harry Hurford and Mrs. Warren Clark cnteltained;40 women at luncheon and cards at La­ fayette Inn in Geneva. o L i A Sell Good Shoes Cheap On Saturday Mrs. H. D. Watson en­ tertained at luncheon and cards at “Fouvacros” for her guest, Mrs. Anton McMillan, of California and Scotland. ♦ Born, October 2, 1926, to Mr. and Mrs. James P. Doyle, of Nunda, N. Y., a son, James Phillip. Mrs. Doyle was formerly Miss Alice Sturdevant, of Pehn Yan. ' The Ladies’ Auxiliary of- the Penn Yan Club 'will meet on Friday with Mrs. Frank DUrry, 300 Elm street, at :30 p. m. The first entertainment of the Ly­ ceum Course uvill be held in the Penn Yan ( Academy auditorium tonight (Thursday). FALL TIME IS PAINT- should knew and feel that our first consideration is “ satis- e \ fy the customer, ’ ’ and that no transaction is satisfactory to us that is not equally so to our customers. ING TIME The wood is well seasoned and is in condition to take the paint » OFFICE SUPPLIES 4» Mrs. Julia Scofield Harron, who has been ill at the family cottage on Lake Keuka for the past month, is improv­ ing and hopes to return to Cleveland before cold weather v * * 4* • 2 * •Ss The JolinsonrCostollo Post of the American Legion will hold its next reg­ ular meeting on Wednesday, October 13th. Officers for the coming year will be elected at- this ■ meeting. r The Sutherlands of the Yellow Taxi Co. have just added to their service another comfortable seven-passenger sedan car. ♦ Charles H. Whitfield, of Whitfield & Sons, Inc., builder of bus bodies, has just been awarded a patent on an im­ proved entrance for bus bodies. --------- + --------- , The Baraca class of the local Baptist church is promoting a concert to, be giyen next Monday evening, by the Utica Institute Jubilee Singers, of Utica, Miss. f : ♦ *- * * * * % I. L. Yctter is in New York, City this week, purchasing ready-to-wear apparel lor the LownjDry .Goods; Co. This is the second buying trip of the present* fall season for the Ldwn buy­ ers. X Mrs. Mercy J. Armstrong died at Miami, Fla., on Tuesday, October 5, 1926. She is survived by one daugh­ ter, Abbie Townsend, and one step­ son, John Armstrong, of Mttlo. ■ Mr. and Mrs. John Colmey and fam­ ily have rented the house on the cor­ ner of Liberty street and North avenue and belonging to James Turner, of Dundee. They moved into their new home the latter part of last week. The Frances Willard Y. P. B. will hold; a meeting Tuesday of next r*veek at 7:45 p. m. at 600 Liberty street. All members are asked to come prepared to tell “How I would vote, if I could.” . Penn Yan Printing Company Main and Water Streets * * * * * Clark Crosier is spending a week at the hospital at Montour Falls for ob­ servation and treatment. He is recov­ ering from an automobile accident which he was in a month and* a half ago. her health also. Archie Thayer has offered his cot­ tage at Indian Pines to the nurses of the Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hos pital for their use. Groups of the nurses will spend a day at a time at the^ cottage during this week. Charles Franklin Tindall, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Tindall, left Monday for Syracuse where he will enter the Mrs. Crosier is rapidly regaining Syracuse Embalming School. He has j been tor the past two years and a hall with Archie M. Thayer, undertaker, of Penn Yan. A Coat or Two of SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT Will Protect Your Home That we may continue to deserve your friendship and patronage is our earnest endeavor, and we will at all times do all in our power to merit it. To those who have never favored this store with their patronage, we solicit a trial. ■ I 3 From Winter’s Wear The Colors of 1 i ft SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Are Durable f f l W TOMT. iV . Y, ■1 i < Cur Low Rug Prices Will Surprise You” Come in and Get a Color Card < i Get It At Bordwell’s” Agents For I t I I SHERWIN-WILLIAMS THE METROPOLITAN 1837 IN C . 1 9 2 6 PAINTS & VARNISHES A Paint For Every COATS Purpose Our Coat Department is a busy place these days. are showing the Dress Coats, with fur collars and cuffs, priced from & 1 S X 5 0 to S 7 9 . And these are real value. GET IT AT If in need of a Coat look them over before you purchase. It will save you money. Bordwells A few days ago George GQodseil had a fall which at first threatened to result seriously. He was picking peaches and a limb broke, throwing , , „ T . ^ , him to the gvoxund. While no bones i ?J1S; *;• Johnson, 119_ Court street, were broken he was badly bruised apd 11 rMay, October 8th, at . 2:o0 o clock. The regular monthly' meeting of the W. C. T. U. will be held at the home SPORT COATS Are youthfully styled from imported plaids, fur trimmed. Quality tailoring. Dresden-Geneva Road Open, But Not Officially » T Reports, in the daily papers this reek have announced an official open- ig of the Dresden-Geneva highway as allows: The new Dresden-Geneva state high- ray along the west shore of Seneca iake will be officially opened the lat- 31* part cf this week according to Bol- on, Suits and Bolton, the contractors, rho have been laying the new con- rete stretch. Motorists have . been riving over the highway, they stated, ut have been doing so at their own isk. The concrete highway has been laid 3r some time but work on the skoul- ers had not been completed and ma- hinery strewn about made it danger- us for travel. The shoulder 'work has ow been completed and everything rill be in readiness for the official pening. Sags in the stretch laid a car ago near Kashoug and the bridge ave been built up. An announcement made from the (instruction office this Tuesday, liow- ver, denied that the Bolton, Suits and iolton Co. was planning an official pening this 'week. The report stated rat the work on the shoulders of the ighway would be completed by the fid of this week and that autoists )uld travel the road at their own eril as they have been doing during tie past, it will not be until the close [ next week at the earliest before all attraction cn the culverts is com- teted. The road office, however, lias ot been nolilied of any specific date it by the company for an official pening. is still unable to\ be up. Mrs. Sarah J. Lusk Mrs. Sarah J. Lusk, widouv of John Lusk, of Andover,. Allegany county, died Tuesday noon at the home of a cousin, Henry M. Bennett, at Andover, ] aged 81 years, 9 moaths. Mrs. Lusl: was twice married, her first husband j being Charles M. Ackley, of Penn Yan. Mrs. Lusk usually •spent her sum­ mers at Andover and vicinity and her winters at the home of her son, Har­ vey M. Ackley, in Penn Yan. She ex­ pected to return for the winter on Sun­ day last but was taken ill. The funeral 'will be held this Thurs­ day afternoon at 2 o ’clock at 127 South avenue, with burial in Lake View ceme-j tery. She is survived by one son, Harvey M. Ackley, two granddaughters and one grandson. She was a member of the Woman’s Relief Corp, of Penn Yan, and also of the First Baptist church. An unusual circumstance took p'.aoe in our c.omiminity : last, week wtieh1 a brother and sister died within 24 hours Of each other, they were Janies Bdarci, of Bluff Point, and Mrs. George Pros- ■sgr, The ^former -bad been ill some time, but his sister's death was unexpected, although ^lie The subject'of the program will be “ Why a Christian Woman Should Vote.” By order of the secretary. ♦ Whitfield & Sons, Inc., of Penn Yan, are shipping a quantity of knock­ down type bus bodies for export to Columbia, South America; they arc, developing several new type bodies? one especially for service in the trop Have Yon Tried Our {• COOKIES *. * V \ f Sugar, Lemon 9 was taken to Clifton Springs ganitar ics, where an open body is practical. ium for observation and treatment. They were natives of Yates County and were both well known. Mr. and Mrs. ^C. C. McDougal, of this village, wci^e in Tuxedo Park a week ago last Saturday attending the dog show in wliicrh Mrs. McDougal had entered three of her dogs. Her Kerry Blue Terrier took first place against strong competition* in her class and her two Scotch Terriers each captured a second prize, one in the male class and the ether in the female. There were 18 other Scotch Terriers exhibit- i cd, some of them being the best of im­ ported dogs. Cocoanut * A search warrant is being made out for securing the electrical fixtures re­ cently stolen from the fair house oi the Yates County Agriculture Society and discovered to be :n the possession of certain individuals in this town. All removable fixtures were, apparently taken from the building by; parties who apparently intended to sell them. ♦ ♦ * Training Class Notes < Everyone had a very enjoyable time last week observing in rural schools. We spent the entire day there and pined much which will help both in the work this year and the work of teaching in the future. Friday, we attended Teachers’ Con­ ference at the Court House. We heard a very interesting discussion on the subject of hot lunches in the rural schools by Miss Williams, the Yates County Home Bureau Agent. We also had an enjoyable talk on the subject of reading by Miss Russell, teacher of training class at Genesco. We have had, thus far, a very suc­ cessful sale of candy. The money which we make is to be sent to the Berry school for poor mountain whites. James Beard James Beard, aged 63 years, passed away at his home in Keuka Park Wed­ nesday, September 29th. He is smv vived bv Iris widow and two daughters, Mrs. Charles Toughey and Mrs. Geo. Sutherland, both of Corning. The fu­ neral was held from the home Satur­ day afternoon at 2 o’clock with Rev. C. K. Imbrie, of Penn Yan, officiating.. Burial was made in Branchport ceme­ tery. • Mrs. George Prosser, of Branchport, sister of James Beard, died at the hos­ pital in Clifton Springs following an operation the day before Mr. Beard’s death. V Homer M. Fullagar has called the editor’s attention to the fact that the article copied in this and other local papers last week from the \ Geneva Daily Times was grossly inaccurate. Mr. Fullagar says that the accident on Lake street did not implicate him but that it happened to Iris brother* Rogei li. Fullagar. The car driven by Mr. fullagavtgvazed the rear wheel on .the truck of Quenan’s laundry and turned over as the driver attempted to avoid collision. Roger Fullagar .was thrown under the car but fortunately escaped serious injury. Four members of the local Rotary Club talked on “Business Methods in Rotary” at the weekly luncheon of the club held Tuesday noon. The program was arranged by chairman of the busi­ ness methods committee, Arthur Bailey, who was also one of the speak­ ers Warren Clark, Sam Fybusli and Harry Putnam also gave short talks. Mr. and Mrs. \yilliam I-I. Reed, of Clifton Springs, have announced the approaching marriage of their daugh­ ter, Miss Helen Cornelia Reed, to An­ drew S. Perry, the wedding to take place at the Methodist Episcopal church in that village on the 16th of this month at 4 p. m. Mr. Perry; was at one time stationed- here as a state trooper. ' ♦ O Eugene Henderson The death of Eugene Henderson occurred at his home at Glenora, on Wednesday evening, Sept. 29th. He was 70 years of age and was born at King’s Ferry. Most of his life l as been spent at Glenora. He is? sur­ vived by his wife and one daughter. Miss Louise Henderson, of Port Jer­ vis, N. J. The funeral was held from the home Friday. Residents of Penn Yan are looking with pride at the new flag which adorns the .flagpole on the postoffice building. This is the first time that a Hag of respectable proportions has ever been furnished our postmasters since the Federal building was fin­ ished in 1913. Many of the homes ad jacent to the postoffice have unfurled larger flags on holidays than the one which showed to tlie world that our government had a building in our midst. Now, our citizens are looking with pride at our l eautiful new flag and wondering why we never had one like it before! 4> FOUR NEW M E T H O D IST PASTORS APPOINTED TO SERVE IN TH IS SECTION (Continued from page one) i. ♦ VITAL STATISTICS. Born. CARLSON—To Mr. and Mrs. Elton Carlson, of Dresden, September 30, 1926, a daughter, Elsie Louise. McDONALD—To Mr. and Mrs. Fred McDonald, Penn Yan, R. D. 1, in the S. & S. Hospital, Oct. 5, 1926, a daughter, Nattalie Hermione. Died. fSK™At Andover, October 5, 1926, Mrs. Sarah J. Lusk, aged 81 years. lARD—ln Jerusalem, Scpttmber 29, 1926, James Beard, aged 63 years. A Springfield doctor recently r-'- wed a rubber eraser from the r of a school girl. She must have en trying to get something off her nd.-—Sarnia Observer. Pastoral Changes Monday Bishop Smith read the ap­ pointments to the ‘ various charges which included several changes in this section: Wayne, W. E. Wentz; Bellona, H. R. Carpenter; Branchport and Bluff Point.,, J. N. Eberly; Clifton Springs, Harry Stubbs; Dresden, L. D. Bell; Geneva, R. H. Huse; Hopewell Center, E. M. Cullinan; Italy, supplied; Lodi, J. H. Newman; Manchester, H. D. Smith; Newark, B. E. Pierce; Phelps, F. P. Simmons; Pultneyvillc, E. II. Wink- worth ; Rushville, A. W. Battey; Shel­ drake, supplied; Sodus, IL E. Brown; South Sodus, supplied; Townsendville, J. A. Newman; Trumansburg, B. A. Little; Tyre and Junius, O. D. Burley; East Homer, Paul Eberly. W E DDINGS. Just before dark Sunday night there was an automobile accident on the west lake road and a machine from Pennsylvania was partially wrecked. It was closely following a light truck, both going at a high rate of- speed, when tlie truck driver darted around a car which was parked oil the road without giving any signal. Tliq Penn­ sylvania car went into the ditch and then made a lunge up the steps at the entrance at Willowhurst, snapping the heavy mail-box post and putting the machine out of commission. Pedes­ trians who-saw the accident said that both cars were running very fast :n the midst of heavy traffic. A special meeting of the Amity Chapter, No. 372, O. E. S.; was held cn Tuesday evening of this week to elect a proxy to attend the Grand Chapter Convention at New York City next week in place of Mrs. Ida Tail- man, the regular delegate, who was in­ jured in an automobile accident last week. Mrs. Clara B. Meade, secretary of the local chapter, was selected. 9 Fruit, Molasses,! f t Spice, Scotch 9 • i Peanut, and NEW FALL DRESSES— We will put on sale 50 Dresses in silk, crepe and wool, priced special at S 9 . S 8 . This is all new stock, just ar­ rived, and they are wonderful value. PIECE GOODS— if you do your own sewing there is a reason why you should, as. this is headquarters for piece goods. Brocades, Cook’s Crepe,1 guaranteed washable; Costume Velvets, Crepe Faille, Rayola, Silk Jersey, Moire Silk. RUGS— A new line o f Rugs in the new patterns. The Metropolitan of Penn Yan Inc. U K Wine Drops Our BREAD at Your Grocers REYNOLDS 9 WHEN YOU VISIT the Rochester Radio Show Remember, our Erla Radio Store is just across the street—at 12 Monroe Avenue. Come in and let us show you the wonders worked by the Erla Radio sets. Bakesbop Hill’s Garage, under same ownership, at Broad Street and Plymouth Avenue South. % hree hours’ parking, 25c. See Hill’s elec­ trically-driven car washer in action. LAWRENCE HILL CO., Inc. • * Ui 12 Monroe Avenue, - Rochester, N. Y n 1 __ ♦(Stage i * Postmaster John B. Cramer has sold the warehouse on Sheppard Street where he and his brother, the late Robert Cramer, conducted Cramer Brothers Vinegar Works for several years. The building was purchased by Roswell N. Baker, of SpencerporL, who has already taken possession of it. Frank Durry, who conducts the First Prize Salad Dressing Co. there, will continue to occupy a part of the plant. ♦ 0 fhe Burnell Studio is giving a large Dto free with an $8.00 order of Photo- iphs during October. 40wl - a Wilkins & Ellis will put on a trap- DOt on Brundage farm, % mile oast Penn Yan, Friday, Oct. 8th. 39w2 Armstrong-Fitch The marriage of MJss Madelyn Fitch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Fitch, of Penn Yan, and Ross Armstrong, son of Mrs. Fred Rogers, of Penn Yan, took place in Naples September 25th. ♦ A d v e rtise—it pays Gfu-ya-no-ga Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, have select­ ed delegates to represent the Penn Yan society at the state conference :n Elmira the last week in October. These are: Regent's alternate, Mrs. W. D. Fox; chapter delegate, Mrs. L. G. Barden; alternate, Mrs. Isaac Til­ ton; chapter alterii^tes, Mrs. C. A. Beard, Mrs. Frank Monnin, Mrs. C. E. Shepard, Mrs. M. H. Harrison, Miss Mary Purdy, Mrs. Hobart Yettev, Mrs. Fred Whitaker, Mrs. -Frank Durry and Mrs. Frank Quackenbush. The Regent of Gu-ya-no-ga Chapter, D. A. R., Mrs. E. R. Bordwell, hasveeently The Penn Yan Academy boys played a good game of soccer before an ap­ preciative stand of rooters on the fair ground Friday, losing the game'to the Canandaigua high school team by the score of 5 to 1. The boys made a good showing considering the fact that this was their first game and that they are handicapped by the lack of equipment. On Wednesday afternoon of this week the local team traveled to Rochester to meet the Kodak Park team. On Fri­ day of this week at the fair grdunds they will tussle with the Monroe high- school team. William G. Lightfoote, agecj 72 years, and brother of the late John Lightfoote, died Monday at the Thomp­ son Memorial Hospital in Canandai­ gua. Mrs. Charles Beaumont, of this village, was a niece of Mr. Lightfoote. BLANCHE H. WOLFE & G. H. DEAN C h l F o p p a c t o p s Announce the Opening of Their Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Whitfield, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bigelow, and Sid­ ney Whitfield will attend the A. E. It, A.' convention, at Cleveland, Ohio, the latter part of the present week. This is the annual national exhibit of the electric rails, but will feature more busses than any other equipment. (Additional Penn Yan local news in­ side last page, No. 13.) Novel Tournament at Lakeside Q Uiee s 1 3 Y Main St. Penn Yan H ours, 9-12, 2-5, 7 - 8 Phone 355 + ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ flSfl i , * , , i W A L L , Country Club Members of the Board of Education of the Penn Yan public schools enter­ tained the teachers of the schools, the collector, the treasurer and other offi­ cials with their wives and husbands at a banquet in the Benham Hotel Mon­ day night of this vreek. President of the board, John H. Johnson, presided and after a few.remarks presented Dr. Arthur H. Nortdn, president of Keuka College. Dr. Norton spoke on the re­ sponsibilities and opportunities of the On. Saturday and Sunday a novel tournament will be held at the Lake­ side Country Club under the direction of Mr. Miner with trophies and prizes 'Offered in the 18-hole medal play handi­ cap. There is a prize of at least $4 value for everyone entering: A cup for the low gross score, medal for the low net score, clubs and balls for the next 1st, 4 2nd, 3rd and 4th places, and a year’s subscription to the Golfer’s Magazine for everyone entering. 2 0 % Discount ON ALL PATTERNS IN STOCK FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY OF THIS WEEK PAINT AND WALL PAPER HEADQUARTERS T t i e W .-C . O e m raralny C o r p . * Breaks Arm Cranking Car William Moon broke his arm Tues­ day morning wThile cranking a car. Mr. Moon lives on the Penn Yan-Brancli- port state road just west of the Sill place. PHONE 446-W 12 MAIN ST. i 1 V *-'>**. 1 i *■ The one Holiday Gift most cherish­ ed—Your Photograph. Have them teacher. Special musical numbers dur- accepted an invitation to join the 'New | ing the banquet consisted of a piano York State officers’ club which is com-! solo by Miss Doris Gibson, violin solo posed of officers of the Daughters £f , by Miss Elizabeth Watkins and a vocal rsolo by ^Mias Neva Sader, of Tyrone. made during October at Burnell’s and get a large one free. 40wl Taken by Mistake j Sutherland’s Super-Service If the person who took the rocket-; Never makes you wait for taxi longer book from the Endicott-.lohnson uhoe'than they tell you. If it does, blame Store, Saturday morning, will return I it on the fellow who 'will not say how same to store he will save h rnsclf1 long or how far he wants the car. - trouble, as party is known. 4 ( m V. I o ❖ the American Revolution cha Have your Christmas Photographs made in October and get a largq one 46wl TH E BURNELL STUDIO. Rummage Sale Benefit St. Michael’s church, at Henry McDonald’s store, East Elm St., Oct. 14, 15, 16. 40\\ 2 Two sedans used to accommodate all who phone 158. 40w2* Consultations for inrants and chil­ dren of pre-school age will be hold at the Court House Wednesday, Ocf. 20, from 2 tb 4 p. tn. 44t! The Utica Institute Jubilee Singers, of Utica, Miss., will give a concert in the Baptist church Monday, October 11th. Children under 12 years 25c, adults 50c. 40wl Advertise—it pays. i The Burnell Studio is giving a large photo free with an $8.00 order of Photo­ graphs during October, 40wl • 1 I. ■as « 1

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