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: •werreptione 123 CHRONICLE-EXPRESS, PENN VAN, N. Y.. NOVEMBER 18,1926 Page Flv* Save M oney on Rubbers A L L STYLES B A L L BAND * PURE GUM RUBBERS Men’s Pure Gum B o o t s ................................ Men’s H i-T o p s .................................................................$ 4 . 4 5 Women’s Rubbers Girls’ Rubbers .. Children’s R u b b e r s ............................... . . ........................... 69C Women’s 4-Buckle Arctics Girls’ 4-Buckle Arctics ......................................... . S I Children’s 4-Buckle Arctics ................................. S I YOU CANNOT BUY A T THESE PRICES ELSEW HERE i W a g e n e r Brothers t t I Senator James W. Wadsworth spent $5,825 on his campaign for re-nomi­ nation this fall, according to figures filed nvith the state officials. Mrs. Harold Barden is moving today from the Lown - farm to Mrs. Theda Pangbourne’s home at 417 North Main street where the family will live dur­ ing the winter months. A . special meeting of the Penn Yan Grange will be hfeld Friday evening, Nov. 19, for the purpose of conferring the first and second degree and any other business that may come before the meeting. j i n i n n u a i n i i i i i i i i H n i i u m i i i i i n i i i i \ SERVICE TO US IMPLIES MUCH ■■■■■M B * Miss Elizabeth Lynch of Penn Yan store of the Lynch-Fuller Corp, togeth­ er with buyers from the other four stores leaves Sunday night for New York-,-City where they, wjjl purchase goods for the holiday sales. The House Bible Club will meet Thursday, Nov. 18th, at the Guerthr Pratt Home, 224 Clinton St. ♦ Reilly Brothers* Orchestra played for a Cornell University fraternity dance at Ithaca Saturday night. Some 15 members of the Penn Yan Rotary club attended an inter-city meeting in Rochester Tuesday nigh of this 'week. Bord w e ll s In c o r p o r a ted Cor. Main & Elm Sts.. PENS YAM The Woman’s Relief Corps will hole1 a sewing meeting Friday afternoon Nov. 19th, in the Business Girls* rooms Supper at 6 o’clock. Bring something for supper. ♦ John Hyland, Justin land, Ear WHO? IS COUGHING ♦ a a a Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Horton will spend the winter in California, mak­ ing the trip via Panama Canal. Mr. Horton recently fell and broke two small bones in his foot, which will necessitate the use of crutches for some time. Culhane and Owen Hobah drove tc * New York City over the week-end tr attend the Army-Notre Dame footba1! game. Rockne’s Notre Dame eleven won. 7 to 0, ♦ Among the things that characterize our service are personal attention to every detail o f the funeral arrange­ ment and little acts o f thoughtfulness that serve to lessen the strain .of the hours before and during the funeral. That, we believe, is the kind o f service that wins approval. CORCORAN CO. 8 Glenn C. Hatch, a Junior in Buffalo Medical College, was one of the two Juniors chosen to go to Akron to make a sanitary survey of the town in re­ gard to one of the worst epidemics of typhoid fever which has occurred in New York State in ten years. The Keuka Delphian Chapter wi'l meet Nov. 2nd, at 2:30 p. m., with Mrs. A. C. Brooks, 218 Clinton S t , with Mrs. Foster as leader. The sub­ ject will be “ The Function of Art and the Gates of Art Appreciation.” ♦ An apple grower in Virginia ran a page ad in the New York Times Sun day announcing that he would send 48 Baldwin apples to any consumer for $1.48. This is at a cost of over 3 cen's for each apple. AROUND YOUR BOUSE? Yourself—the Old Folks — the Children What are You Going to Do About It? ♦ Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Rhinehart enter- Mrs. Ida Sill leaves in a few days for tained on Sunday, the following guests, Going to let the Sutter- lug and Distress Continue ? i 3 uIBBIB UNDERTAKERS 3 $ The DIAMOND more popular than ever The present vogue of the diamond is due in no small measure to the very attractive new W h ite Gold Mount­ ings, which Fashion has decreed shall take the place of yellow and green gold. And these diamond rings A R E more than a vogue never did gems sparkle with such contrasting beauty be­ fore. W e have long been known as experts in the matter of diamonds and have a selected stock from which you may choose. Diamonds, of course, are an IN VESTM EN T. Come and see this remarkable exhibit of diamond rings. (W e specialize in re-mountings, with a wide selec­ tion of W h ite Gold designs— creations of the present ¥ & § £ $ & g & & & season.) Shepard Grady Jewelers $ $ A g g g V & § $ § § S g g § Detroit where she will remain for the winter with.,her daughter, Mrs; Green. Mrs. Agnes Ardell Who has been at her home on the Penn Yan and Branch- port highway will return to her daugh­ ter’s home in \ Hartford, Conn., the last of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Horton and daugh­ ters, Eleanor, Eloise and Waive, of Dundee; Mr. and Mrs. Willis Bates and sons, Richard and Paul, of Elmira. --------- » --------- Miss Maude Arnold, formerly of Penn Yan, is in charge of the mem­ bership drive of the Rochester Busi- O. E. Overhiser was removed from j ness and Professional Women’s Club.. the S. and S. Hospital Monday to\ the I Her picture appeared in the Tuesday ’ home of his cousin, Mrs. Addie De- edition of one of the Rochester dai- / t Bolt on N. Main Street where he will ♦ Or, are You Going to Take NORWICH TAR COMPOUND 1ies. l remain until able to go to his home in Pulteney. Mr. Overhiser had his right foot amputated two weeks ago. His daughter Mrs. Ward Finger is with him. *• I ♦ The Bath and Lake Road Unit of the Home Bureau- will meet Thursday af­ ternoon at the home of Mrs. Lois Jones Lunny on the Bath road. The roll-call will be answered by Thanks­ giving quotations after which the meet­ ing will discuss Christmas suggestions. Those who went to the meeting on Christmas 'work; Mrs. Edith Beard, chairman, and Mrs. Cora Fullagar, will report. Hoplcins-Jolley Motor Corporation have installed a new,pressure washing machine to their already complete equipment. This is one of the latest model machine and is -wonderfully ef ficient. ♦ ❖ Henry Shannon and Harry Wood of Cleveland, Ohio, were in Penn Yan Sunday visiting their neice, Miss- Es­ ther Shannon. Her grandmother, Mrs. Cassie Shannon of Dundee, 'was also her guest. Miss Shannon is improving though she is still confined to her home. * \ A small blaze in the upstairs bed- A ^ , .t1 T1 , room of Russell Schultz’s home on • t ? f InisA j ? ovlnfTpicturerr^Ith» Bn.g; Seneca street called out the local fire i q n t it 1 nc 4( I 1 ttno IT nnn . q Tim o ” unil I , , , _ . J.J , # t departments1 shortly atter nine o clock Saturday night. The fire ruined prac. tically everything in the room -and burned a hole in the floor but was ex­ tinguished before it spread through the dwelling. No one had been in the house since 6:3p that evening. - ---------♦ -------- - Hon. Jaiqes M. Lown who has re­ cently returhed irom a trip abroad has been in this village during the past few days looking after business inter­ ests here. 'He and Mrs;. Lown were absent from this country 110 days sight-seeing in Europe. Mr. Lown is State Republican Committeeman for Yates County and although he is in business in New York he retains a home in this county and1 comes here to vote. lish titles, “Once Upon a Time,” will be shown in the Sampson. Theatre next week Wednesday night. The picture contains many scenes from the old country. - A Danish choir, com­ posed of singers from Yates and On­ tario counties will entertain with someo'f the old favorites sung in the natiye .tongue. A dance will follow the entertainment. The Cough Syrup in the Three Cornered Bottle And Put a Stop to It D o c t o r that cou g h n o w and g e t rid o f it b e ­ fo r e w inter sets in GET IT A T BordweU's ♦ Many from this village wa,tched Syracuse; University -and COlgkte fight to a tie oh the gridiron at Syra­ cuse Saturday afternoon. Among those at the game were: Mr. and Mrs, Stuart English, Mr. and Mrs. Leman O. Conley, Mr. and Mrs. William Tylee, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Craugh, Mr, and Mrs. Ralph T. Norris, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Barden, Miss Helen Bar­ den, Richard and John Barden, Miss Rhoda Churchill, Miss Reliance Cor­ bin. Miss Lounsbery, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bannister, tri-county scout commissioner of Geneva. 3 ♦ Cards have been received by many Penn Yan people announcing the opening exhibit of works of art by Mme. Bertha Jane VonKamecke thi: month at Senora M. G. Condo Dr Avila’s studio at 257 West 86th Si., New York City. Mme. VonKamecke lived until recently naar, Branchgort at an inn called “B-J-Vod-K.,, and many of her canvases which are sev­ eral\ feet in length and width are of places on Lake Keuka. Following are \some of the names: “ The Red Jacket Scout,” “Lake Road,” “The Trouts’ Retreat,” “ The Five Birches,” “ Oc­ tober,” “Hurlburt’s Point,” etc. ------ - > --------- . Miss Margaret Bullock, who has been teaching in Newark, N. Y., for the past year, will spend Thanksgiv­ ing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George H. Bullock.- Miss Bullock will not return to Newark. The first week in December she will ac­ company her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Watson, to Riverside, Calif., when she will be married to John Reddall, of New York City and San Francisco, at Mission Inn, where Mr. and Mr^. Watson wall spend the winter. Miss Louise Wheeler, Mrs. Leman 0. Conley and Mrs. Samuel Behrens have entertained in honor of Miss Bullock during the past two weeks. Principal of Schools W. E. DeMel and District Rural School Superin tendent Joseph Bullock, of Penn Yan: Principal F. G. Lyon, of Dundee and Rural School Superintendent E. P. Corbit, of Rushville, plan to attend the annual meeting of the House of Delegates of the New York Teachers’ Association at Utica Monday and Tuesday. 5 ♦ Penn Yan was well represented at Ithaca Saturday when the Cornell foot­ ball team defeated the Dartmouth eleven 24 to 23. Among those in at­ tendance were: Mr, and Mrs. Charles Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence An dre-ivs, Mr. .and Mrs. Charles Willis Mr. and Mrs. Warren Peck, Mrs. Louise Corbin, Mr. and Mrs. John Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Steenken. Mrs. William Mac Kay, Howard Mac Kay, Remsen M. Kinne, Jr., William; Manley, Miss Ethel Lampson, George Lampson, Miss Louise Moshier, John Dooley, Hir,am Ballard, Mr. and Mrs John Sheridan and Mrs. Sheridan's sister, Miss Dorothy Carroll of Water­ loo, Remsen M. Kinne, Sr., Harry Putnam, Mrs. Claude Birkett, Mids Lorraine Birkett, Wm, T. Morris, Esq Miss Dorothy Drakeley, and Mr. and Mrs. John C. Fox, Arnold Potter, John McMinn, Ross Huson and Carl Drake- ley. (Additional Penn Yan local news inside last page, No. 13) S TH E M E T R O P O L ITAN 1 8 3 7 I N C 1 9 2 6 Q u a l i t y F i r s t i RAY OLA—The fabric of 100 uses, for dresses, lingerie, pillow tops, curtains. Priced 79C. CREPE DE CHINE—We make a specialty of goods by the yard. Cook’s Crepe, Bel ding’s, Corticelli. A good quality at $ 1 . 9 8 . COATS—Our stock is very complete and the prices reason­ able, $ 1 1 . 9 8 to $ 8 5 . 0 0 . DRESSES—Satins, Crepes, $ 9 . 9 8 and up. WOOL DRESSES—From $ 6 . 7 5 up. OREGON VIRGIN WOOL BLANKETS—There is no bet­ ter made. Esmond Two-in-One, $ 3 . 3 9 . Blankets, 72x80, GOLDETTE BLOOMERS—The best yet, $ 4 . 9 8 . OUTING NIGHT G O W N S -A full size, $1.00 HOSE—Silk and wool. Per pair, $ 1 . 0 0 . $1.98 to COUCH COVERS TABLE LINEN SWEATERS TABLE SCARFS LUNCH SETS KAYSER GLOVES RUGS—Tapestry, 9x12, for $ 2 1 . 5 0 . 9x12 Axminster, $ 3 6 . 0 0 . Maisland Rugs, 9x12, $ 3 7 . 5 0 . Color guaranteed. D o Y o u Know That GENUINE COKE A t $ 1 0 .5 0 Per Ton * delivered in bags costs less than other fuels and goes further—gives off no smoke or soot to foul chimneys arid flues? New York Central Electric Corp. 130 MAIN ST. PENN YAN, N. Y. . i □ y □ □ 3 □ y □ y □ D D □ □ r . Discount a y □ □ . . On all 1926 patterns to make room for our 1927 □ y □ □ stock, for ten days, ending November 27th. • □ □ □ □ 8 S Be Thankful . a | For your opportunities under the Stars and 3 Stripes. You achieve most when 3 you look your best, both in | the business world and the 9 jg sociaj whirl. a □ w j emming Corp □ y □ y □ □ Paint and W all Paper Headquarters □ □ □ □ Phone 446-W 12 Main Street □ □ U D 9 E n C M D D 9 B D D 9 B D D n B D D B ffiD D B a D D 9 9 D D 9 B D D 9 B D D 9 9 n D e 9 n D 1 9 D 3 3 3 g G lenn M. C o n k lin 3 T H E DRY C L E A N E R Knapp House Block We Call and Deliver 1 3 y 2 M AIN STREET Phone 588 QBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB 3 3 THE BESTMEATS AND POULTRY William S. pktteson, Commander oi the Johnson-Costello Post of the Amer­ ican Legion, addressed the Rotary club at its weekly luncheon Tuesday, explaining the aims and purposes of the American Legion. C. C. Davison and Earl Bannister of Geneva Rotary club attended the luncheon. William M. Patteson, who has been touring Europe and Asia Minor during ttye past few months, joined the club again Training Class Notes Last Wednesday morning the class attended the lecture and demonstation given by the Venetian glass blowers ir the chapel. , After observing the glass blowers they took charge of the Liberty Streei school while the teachers and pupils there attended another lecture by the glass blowers. Those of the training class who had their pictures taken with the school Wednesday afternoon for “The Movie’ announcing that all the members are thinking of Hollywood. Does it would “feed on Russian rations” Nov. Lost more to get a ticket for a movie 30, when he will tell the members of | wiien you’re in it? his trip to the Near East. Next week Tuesday the local club will observe as Ladies’ Night. i . --------- +. Miss Deighton reports $15.00 donated for the Berry school fund. On Wednesday evening, Nov. 10, the Fisher Shippe Company presented the second of the series of concerts in the WEDDINGS. Turvey-Pringle At the Methodist Episcopal parson- Penn Yan Academy Lyceum Course. I age by Rev. S. G. Houghton was sol- The next entertainment in the Lyceum emnized the wedding of Miss Byancy Course will be a novelty, nmber, “ The Pringle of Wolcott to Charles Turvey Swiss Bell Ringers.” The Geneva Swiss 0f Wolcott. They were accompanied Bell Ringers are a male quartette by Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Peer of Vic J offering a program, of the old popular tor. Mr. and Mrs. Turvey will make EUREK VACUUM CLEANER The Largest fellin g Cleaner In the W orld Service Appliance Co. Arcade Bldg., Main St. Phone 661 Penn Yan FOR NKSGIVING Home Grown TURKEYS D UCKS GEESE ROBERT C. SCHMIDT RELIABLE JEWELER 111 Main SI., - Penn Yan, N.Y. P h tine 3 1 5 CHICKENS FOW LS e at Wolcott. . ------------ 4 ------------ Men’s Strap Watches priced from quartette numbers that we all know, | their ho the latest popular songs of the day, some of the classics, standard num­ bers on the hand bells, character $9.75 to $50.00. readings, vocal solos, and other instru- 46wl Shepard & Grady, Jewelers, mental novelties. They carry a peal oif hand bells i cess, the largest ones weighing 17 pounds. This company has appeared with great success i*n many parts of the country. , , , , $60.00 Radios Only $19.90 ade by a. __ffcret now at Corcoran’s Furniture Store. 46wl Crosley Radio—Better, costs less Sold at REILLY BROS.1 46wl There will be a Thanksgiving lance Wednesday evening, Nov. 24, in. the Masonic Temple, Penn Yan. This dance is informal. Music will be furnished by Reilly Bros/ six- piece orchestra. Dancing 9-1. Ev­ erybody invite-d. 46wl HABB RFIELD PENN Y A N , N. Y. iow at Radios Very Cheap Corcoran’s Furniture 18 Main Street. Phone 574 Store. 46wl t i i h < * i • i • i « i »» i * > { > > i e ■ V

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