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The Wyoming County herald. (Bliss and Silver Springs, N.Y.) 1891-1927, October 08, 1926, Image 3

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PAGE THREE YORKSHIRE Mr and Mrs. Edwin Smith an-l son of Java Village, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Ellsworth Smith. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nichols, of Curriers spent Sunday with Mr. an d Mrs. -Henry Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Klump, Mr. an d >li4 Elliott Nichols were i n East Au­ rora Sunday. Ada Sergei has returned home from Bradford. Herman Cook and family of Maple Gruve, and Orrin Chaffee, went t o Ga'M'sville Sunday. Frank, \the son of Prank Gilbert is ver- sick with pneumonia. Luin Neamon an d family attended the funeral of he r father, in East' AunTa, Saturday. tljud Richardson and family o f Elt -'n were a t Carl Rogers, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Johns of Eltun were at Carl Rogers, Sunday. Ben Schuster ha s been on the sick list bu t is better now. William Barthel and Glenn Dun- c!m attended th e American Legion ai Arcade, Tuesday night. Mrs. Nellie Savage ha s moved into the Effie Blackmon house. Mrs. Joslin of Delevan is caring fo r Mrs. Sumner Emerson. Riley Whaley and family o f Java \illage spent Sunday with Mr. an d Mrs. Earl Westover. Allen Day is a t Curriers helping his brother. Mrs. Fred Tidd has been sick with tonsilitis. Sh e is reported better at this writing. Mrs. Hugh Terwilliger attended a funeral of a n aunt, at M-achias, Tues­ day. Mrs. John Gilmore o f Farmersville and Mrs. B. M . Peckham. were i n Albion, Jeddo and Lockport, Friday. B. M. Beckham accompanied a party of friends from Delevan to an entertainment at the Broadway Au­ ditorium in Buffalo, Monday evening. We are sorry to learn that Mrs. L. Childs i3 in a critical condition at this time. A new Dodge truck was delivered to the Mid-Way Filling Station on e day last week. The Vance place that was auction­ ed off, Tuesday was bid i n by Mr. Ellis, o f Springvjlle. COLDEN VILLAGE Watch your child -^jlfek grow strong jfirfJR - scoirfs ^yf EMULSION BSSl BLISS Wagners Concrete Block Co., of Buffalo were here Sunday for a game of baseball with ou r Colden boys. The result o f the game was a score of 2-0 in favor of Colden. The Hobo Club^ held a party at the home of^J&fTwT Z. Dell, Tuesday, everiTngTSept. 28th, i n honor o f Mrs. Dell's birthday' an d a farewell to the Weavers, who left for their home in New Jersey Wednesday morning af­ ter spending two months a t the Dell home, here. Mrs. George Koerner has as he r Kucst, a n old schoolmate, Mrs. Mary Matteson from Akron, N. Y. Mrs. Hiram Jameson was in Buf­ falo last Tuesday. Mr. Emil Frantz was a business caller in Buffalo, Friday. Mrs. Mary McQuarrie and daugh­ ter, o f Buffalo, called on her brother, Mr. Ed. Dancey an d family last Sat­ urday evening. Our teachers were i n Buffalo t o attend s~teachers conference last Friday. Mr. George Wohlheuter ha s hi s new residence nearly completed. Mr. and Mrs. W E. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Brown and son, Donald, are motoring t o Buffalo to attend the Brown-Betts wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Charles -McGurrcn. entertained Mrs. Lena Kennedy and Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Grover of Silver Springs, also Mrs. Anna Kennedy and three children of Perry, on Sunday. The occasion in honor of their little niece Miss Udora Kennedy's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Bowles and Miss Beverly Ennis accompanied by friends from Ellicottville were Sun­ day guests of Dr. and Mrs. F. T. James. Mr. and Mrs. Bowles are •moving t 0 Bliss this week and will be employed by G. S. Walton o n his farm. The first Chautauqua number last Thursday evening, given fo r the ben­ efit of the Seniors of B. H. S., was i very pleasing entertainment and was enjoyed b y a full house. The Class are exceedingly appreciative for the hearty co-operation of all who have assisted in an y way. Emmett Husted of Buffalo and his sister, Miss Edna Husted, of Warsaw, entertained with a dinner party a i \Haas Manor\ on Sunday evening, Oct. 3 , i n honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Husted, thirty second wedding anniversary. Covers were laid fo r 15. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Walton were Sunday guests of Mr. an d Mrs. John Klump at Wethersfield. James Haas, manager and proprie­ tor o f \Haas Manor\ has changed his dancing parties from Wednesday eve­ ning t o Saturday evening, of each week. Mrs. Mary Burch is still confined to her bed and does not seem to im­ prove very readily. Members of Bliss Social Rebekah Lodge wh o attended th e meeting at Warsaw Rebekah Lodge, last Friday evening a t which time the Rebekah State Assembly President was pres­ ent, were: D. D. P., Mrs. Floyd Mor­ rison, Mrs. Myron French, Mrs. L, Franc Burse, Mrs. Richard Little and Mrs. Frank Langmade Rev. and Mrs. \Smith ar e attending the M. E. Conference, held in Buf falo, this week. Mr. Charles Catlin o f Pike, is in the Community hospital, a t Warsaw, where h e underwent a n operation last week. A second operation will be performed this week. H e is well known here. Mrs. Willis Munger was taken *a the Warsaw hospital last week whera she submitted t o an operation. Her condition is considered critical. G. W. Walton wa s in Rochester on business, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Collins of Ba- tavia spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ra y Shaw a t Hillside. Donald, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth Lowe, passed away at Rome, N . Y., where he had been-for the past few months, fo r treatment, early this week. Funeral services\ were held a t LeRoy, Wednesday from the home of Mr. Lowes' sister. Don­ ald wa s the twin brother of his little sister, Marion, who with another brother, Allen, survive. John Davidson says \Beauty increases its value John says he keeps his house and garage paint' ed not only because it looks better but because better looks means a better price should he want to sell. That's right, too! But in painting by all means use Acme-Quality Paint —always desirable be­ cause of the 40-year reputation for depend­ ability behind it. ACME QUALITY - Paint^Varnish This is the Acme Quality Paint and \fernish Service Station. Cheerful, expert advice in all matters per­ taining to paint maybe had . for theasking. See us today. ELSWORTH & SON Holland, N.Y. STRYKERSVILLE Miss Maude Barber of North Col­ lins, is spending a short time with Mr and Mrs. James Barber. Mr. Myron Austin of Cowiesville is spending several days with Mr. an d Mrs. H. 0. Johnson. Born t o Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sloand, a son, o n Friday. Mrs. Clara Gerhardt left fo r Den­ ver, this week, to spend sometime with her daughter, Catherine, who is crit-1 ically ill. Mrs. William Kirsch entertained the-helping hand Society, Wednesday. Mr. Jacob Conrad spent Sunday in Batavia. Mr. and. Mrs. Bert Bennion o f Os>- wego, were visiting friends and rela­ tives in town, Wednesday. Mr. Frank BecKer, who spent sev­ eral days i n Buffalo, 'has returned home. Mr. Clarence Eddy spent Friday i n Springville. • Miss Anna Daniel spent Sunday in Batavia. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Simons ar e spending an indefinite length o f time i n Wales. Mr. Xavier Stemper attended th e Teacher's Convention a t Griffith In ­ stitute, Springville, Friday. Mr Albert Torge, of Alden spent Friday in town. \ Mrs. Carl Marzolf and daughter spent Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Sheehe at Java. Mr. Henry Shearing passed away at th e home o f his brother, Mr. Geo. Shearing on Friday. Th e funeral was held from the house a t 1 o'clock on Sunday. Mr. Michael Hyman is ill. Mr. Galon Eddy, who has had pneu­ monia is able t o be out again. Mr. an d Mrs. L. A. Phillips an d family spent Sunday in Lockport. Mr. James Palmer was visiting i n SwormsviUe, Sunday. Misses Marian George an d Mary Stamper spent Friday in Springville FORKS • Miss Louise Yander, of Houghton, N. Y., spent Wednesday a t the Forks school. Mrs. E . Robeson is visiting i n Springville, this week Mr. and Mrs. E. Feagles were call­ ed t o Buffalo, by the illness of Mr. Feagles mother. Forks school wa s closed Friday, Oct. 1, on account o f th e County Teachers Convention at Franklinville. Miss Sturtzer the district nurse visited Forks school recently. Niagara Falls.—Patrick O'Connor, 35 years old, wa s killed and Verne Harrington wa s seriously injured when a state reservation motor truck driven b y O'Connor skidded on the River road a t Wheatfield, Thursday, noon, and plunged into the Niagara River. SEWING MACHINES In a fruitless attempt to steal a payroll amounting t o $4,000, a gang oi tour men probably fatally shot Vincent Fariero at his home i n Ba­ tavia last week. 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