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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT ARCADE, N. Y VOLUME XXXV FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1926 NUMBER 3 9 WYOBMNCCO. ARCADE WILL RAISE' $5,000 FOR PUNKSHIRE'ROAD HIGHWAY REPORT AND MILES. Some of the business transacted by the Wyoming County Board of Supervisors: Seven' women representing 6\B7.| other women of the county, peti­ tioned the board last week for an appropriation \ of $3500 for the es­ tablishment of a Home Bureau. This appropriation together with $600 re­ ceived from the' state, $600 received from the federal government and a jl membership fee will provide the amount required. No action was taken on the peti- Arcade for permission to borrow' $5,000.00 to pay the town's share of I the Punkshire town and county road. Permission was granted and Mr. Parker presented the resolution au­ thorizing the town to sell bonds to Pthe-amount=of—?5j000-for=the=pur^ pose named. During the past year a committee of the board of Supervisors has made a comprehensive survey of the towns of the County in an f ffort to obtain a fair equalization. The committee is composed of Davis, of Castile, Chairman, Hopkins of At­ tica; is'orih of Bennington; Tozier of Orangeville; and Parker of Arcade. They have gone into the matter thoroughly and have arrived at what they believe to be a just estimate of the values at which property is being assessed at in the various towns. The following list shows the per­ centage of real value at which prop-; erty in the several towns of the coun­ ty are being assessed at. In the re -adjuBtment Arcade is given credit for assessing at 74 per cent, whereas AUXILIARY ATJ0IIANI1I SOLDIERS GALLEftY The boys v,-ho stood by their Country in the World. War, and thus honored themselves and the com­ munity. i LADIES ORGANIZED COMPANION TO FRANK H. BRINK POST. MRS. E. WHEELER IS PRESI­ DENT. last year they were only credited The petition of the Town Board of, ^ning at 68 per cent This Eagle that a tax of $785.28 be levied | means a substantial reduction in the on the Bliss Lighting district was ap- • charged to the town. proved, also the petition of the town | ju^fo 74 t i -t cVioirlnti that a tax ot . Attica 74 Bennington 81 Castile 76 Covington 72 Eagle 78 Gainesville 67 Genesee Falls 71 Java .... . .... 561 Middlebury 67 j Orangeville 81- M Perry 68 1 Pike 75 Sheldon 64 Warsaw . 81 Wethersfield 83 prove, «— — . board of Sheldon that a tax $1381.06 be levied on Lighting Dis­ trict No. 1 of Sheldon which has just been created. The board further vo- 1 ted that a tax of .0025 be levied on the Yorkshire-Arcade fire district. A I tax of $405.73. was authorized to be levied on the Portageville'Light dis­ trict The board voted t o pay its share of the cost of the two bridges on the Attica-Varysburg road. These bridges together will cost $6,000 of which 36 per cent is to be paid by the county and-85 per cent by the state. The following resolution was carr­ ied: Resolved, that this Board ap­ point the following members of th e Wyoming County Bacteriological Laboratory: E. T. Montgomery of Warsaw to hold office until January 1, 1930, R. V. Wolcott of Wethers­ field until January 1, 1931 and S. T. Lewis of Sheldon until January X, 1932. The levy of a tax of $280 on the Cowlcsville Lighting District was ap­ proved. On Monday, the board passed a , resolution ordering, the following amounts be raised for \highway pur-, poses by tl)e towns of the county. Amt. Amt.. Amt. Amt. \lst 2nd 3rd 4th Item Item Item Item 3500 1000 750 2700 4000 1500 3000 8300 4960 500 1000 2000 4060 600 1500 3000 2900 600 1200 2000 3000 1500 3200 6000 2000 1000 4500 1660 100 100 1000 4000 1000 1000 2000 4000 600 1500 3000 2800 600 600 750 6000 2000 2000 3500 2600 1000 1500 2500 6000 1000 1500 3000 4000 1000 1000 3300 8060 500 300 1400 ..vm of $1500 be the ex- Sixteen women of Holland .met at the home of Mrs. Arthur Sperpeck and organized an Auxiliary to -Frank I H Brink Post, American Legion. Mrs. J. Albert, Chairman of Eighth District and Mrs. Talmage, of Buf­ falo, were present and gave inter­ esting talks on the object of the Aux­ iliary and instructions for organiz­ ing. The following officers were elected President—Mrs. E. M. Wheeler. Vice Presidents—Mrs. Minor Mill-| or and Mrs. Sperbeck. Secretary—Mrs. Jamas Quant. Treasurer—Mrs. Wellman Buck- FIRE BURNED MOUSE LIEUTENANT DR. G. G. DAVIS nam. Chaplain—Mrs. Howard Brink. Sergeant—Mrs. D. T\. Miller. Historian—Mrs. L. Zwingelstein. The Auxiliary will meet the first ^ r . and third Thursdays in the month. the Wor i d iy ar , „ The next meeting will be held at the returnet i to Arcade, we are glad to home of Mrs. Zwingelstem, Dec. 2. en j oy3 a large general med A dainty lunch was served by the ical pract j ce . committee. 1 HARRY GRAY'S HOUSE, FURNI­ TURE AND SUM OF MONEY, WENT UP IN SMOKE. • While Harry Gray, who lives at the to p of the hill about two miles west of Eagle ort the Eagle road was milking the cows about 6 a. m. Tues­ day, John Cobry, his nearest neigh­ bor, . discovered that Mr. Gray's house' was on fire. He immediately summoned help by the telephone. Mr. Gray's sister, Mrs. Brown, who wa s a t the barn with him, came out of th e barn about the same time and discovered the flames. They rushed to the house and Mr. Gray endeavored to Bave a considerable sum of money which he had in the house, saved to meet some payments, but he was unable to do so. The flames, which are supposed to have started- from the chimney, had gained such headway that it was im- of Arcade, served with honor and possible to save much of anything, distinction as 1st Lieutenant in U. so that not only the house but prac- S. Medical Corps, in France during tically all his household goods were ~ Lieutenant Davis destroyed, as well as th e money. The Arcade Fire Department was called and responded with their en­ gine i n quick time, but o n account of ANNUAL FARM BUREAU MEETING HELD The annual Farm Bureau Meeting; for 1926 was held at the Community House a\t Warsaw, Saturday, Novem- b ber=20thr = Reports=were=given=by =Iji= H. Woodward, County Agricultural Agent, and A. A. McKcnzio,. County- Club Agent, covering the ' -year's! work.\ The report of Mr. Woodward covered the following points: Th e WILLIAM H. CROSBY SUFFERED A BROKEN JAW Town Arcade Attica Bennington Castile Covington Eagle Gainesville Genesee Falls 1650 Java Middlebury Orangeville Perry . Pike Sheldon Warsaw Wethersfield BUU U ««- . y 15 00 be Resolved that °* |^ 00 ^. appropriated to help pa, penses of the child w=r « 100 o P Miss McCleary; also that tWgu leary; aiso uw T -— maining in the fund of the Children's court be transferred to aid Miss Mc- Cleary's work. Mr. George presented the report of the committee to name the commit­ tee to take charge of the burial of deceased, honorably Thscharged sold-- iera or sailors or their wives: Arcade—EL. Vernon Gibby. Attica—Elon P. Spink.' Bennington—Hency Lapp. Castile—Geo. C. Smith. Covington—Charles Taylor. Eagle—James D./Eager. Gaine8vill<! —W. H. Whiting. Genesee Falls—Burdette Beards- , Uy. - ' Java—Cyrus Almeter. Middlebury—Fr&nse. Orangeville^—Vera Luce. Perry—Frank! Stone. Pike—Leo Sloand. Warsaw—John W. Hatch, •^etharsfleld—V. D. Morgan. , Mr. Davaney moved t o appropriate $2,600 for the tmpport of the labor? Jtory, $1,500 for the bacteriologist, $600 for-the helper and $400 for »PPlie«. JUferred^to Comtmittee on Finance. Mr. I* H. Woodward presented the annual irepdrt of *he' Wyoming County Farm Bureau. Mr. Georm moved t o appropriate $6,000 for Bovine Tuberculosis erad­ ication. 1 , Mr. George moved to appropriate $3,000 fo^the work'.of the Farm Bureau for the-next year, referred to the Finance conumttaa. Mr. George'moved to appropriate $2,500 for the Junior -^Extension work for the' next year, referred to the Finance Committee.' Mr. Chappel presented the report by the .State.jjenartment 'o f i High­ ways, as to. •)*• number .of imilea-.of ' \state road 'in'..each.' town' and the amount to, beiraiwd by the-various towns for maintenance: \ ** $800.00 150.00 150.00 800.00 200.00 300.00 800.00 200.00 250.00 200.00 • &Q.00 850.00 800.00 660.00 400.00 ,50.00 LESLIE HORTON OF CHAFFEE TAKEN TO HOSPITAL. PHILIP GUENTHER TAKEN TO HOME BOTH SEVERELY INJURED. Slippery roads ore causing many automobile accidents these days. A serious accident happened Tues­ day evening on .the road from Ar­ cade depot to Yorkshire, when Leslie Horton driving an auto collided with horse and rig driven - by Philip Guenther. Mr. Horton, who iB the 'garage man a t Chaffee, had his jaw broken and suffered other severe in­ juries and was later taken to a Buf­ falo hospital by Mr. L. A. Hakes. Mr. Guenther was also badly in­ jured but was \able to be taken to his home. ~ \*' Two legs of the horse were brok- > and he was mericifully shot by State Troopers. The auto and rig were both badly wrecked. CURRIERS GRANGE MET IN THEIR NEW HOME Curriers Grange, No. 1273, P. of - 1.: s„ M„_ William H. Crosby, a well known farmer living two miles south of Delevan on the Lake -road, died sud­ denly of heart trouble, Friday even- I ing about 11:30 o'clock. He had retired at 10:30 in usual health. He leaves two sons, Lester, of Buffalo, and Roy, also two daugh­ ters. Pearl and Grace, who were liv- S g at homo at the time of his death, is wife having passed away just a year ago. The funeral was held Tuesday af­ ternoon at 1 o'clock, at the home, with burial in Delevan VIOLIN MUSIC AT MORGAN'S there being no water arid the flames , hiving gained Buch headway^ were able t o render only small assistance. • However, they certainly showed their j mettle in taking the big truck over j the slippery roads, The house and \furniture were par­ tially covered by insurance. The ad- ! justors visited the scene Tuesday and j made th e adjustments. total paid membership 1926, 368— total membership 1927, 63Q, com­ munity meetings, 77 ; attendance, 47G1; committee meetings, 31, at ­ tendance 280; demonstration meet­ ings 13, attendance 414; farm visits 1428; days in office 104; days i n field 104; circular letters 92; circu­ lation 8291; press articles 155; office calls 684, personal letters 1635; miles traveled by car 8947, cost per mile in operating car $.064. Prof. F. P. Bussell, of the Plant Breeding Department at Cornell gave an interesting talk on \Better Seed for Wyoming County.\ Assembly­ man Cook from Erie County gave a talk on \Taxation Problems.\ The following officers were elected President, W H. Jones. Perry; Vice- President, Dr. C. F. Mignin, Castile; Secretary, C. E. Pinney, Gainesville; Treasurer, C. L. Griffen, Warsaw. The two directors- elected were Hen­ ry Sierk of Attica who succeeded himself and Mcrritt Elwell of War­ saw'to succeed Harold Peet of Pike. HAROLD MORGAN HAS INSTALL-1 ED A MILLS MELODY VIOLIN IN HIS SWEET SHOPPE. A MUSICAL MARVEL. I SOME FISH Rev. John Mcintosh'officiated. Mr. Harold Morgan has gone sev- cemetery. , era i steps* in advance of shoppes of i i . . ... a j i • i. 11 „ J „ SENATOR JOHN KNIGHT SPOKE AT SPORTSMEN'S ANNUAL MEETING IN BUFFALO. BATAVIANS TO CONFER DEGREE Ms size an d kind and has installed a j |Mills Melody Violin, a truly great j instrument. It is pronounced by the' United States Government as the •.eighth great invention of the decade. The music is unbelieveabiy sweet anid harmonious with an entire lack of 'the usual mechanical discords. It certainly i3 a real treat for. his many customers, and we vote Mr. Mor-. gan-a. big vote of thanks for his pro- R. E. COM., ROBERT F. JONES L t greasivenes8. - . WILL VISIT ARCADE CHAPTER t ,We want to aay ju B t a. few words FRIDAY EVENING..,- BATAVIA abtout this 'marvellous instrument. COMPANIONS \WILL CONFER At once the most delightful and ROYAL ARCH DEGREE. the most difficult of musical instru- - ments, the violin has for centuries Arcade Chapter R. A. M., will be defied the genius of musicians of an signally honored Friday evening, No- inventive turn of mind to devise some yember 26, when R. E. Com., Robert means of producing its melody more F. Jones will be present at the regu- accurately and less laboriously than lar convocation of tHe Chapter, and by bowing and fingering with the the officers and members of Western human hands. Jn the Mills Melody Star Chapter, No. 35 of Batavja will Violins, this goal has been achieved. the officers and members H held the second meeting in No_ ji., neia — i™ n , with a record e. new \Grange home vember on the 17th, _ breaking attendance. No doubt the new Grange home was a powerful attraction and the oyster supper was a big booster. The new home must be seen, to be appreciated. It is a four room structure, heated by a fur­ nace, lighted by electricity and con­ tains a kitchen fully equipped, a nice large dining, room, coat room and hall. A large part of the work was done by the patrons and they feel very proud, not for their own sake but as a betterment for the alone, community. ouii ^\»* ennier the A disc that produced as clear a jSttffASPS ^i ^SSi^ tone a s any bow was mad^of twenty or more candidates. to thirty strips of celluloid cut to a ,„ uic •-°\\'\\;~\.„„ nf + t,» rfperree thinness of two one-tkousandths of After fte conferring, ofttie degree ^ sepMate( , by equal i y thin there will be a social time, luncheon and smokes, tendance is anticipated, MRS. EDITH WILBUR Mrs. Wilbur died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ir a Little, on Saturday, Nov. 20th, after a A m iaree\a£ I rubber \washers and \bound tightly m g 1 together. It allows for a flexibility greater than that of the best rosined bow, especially as i t is rosined .auto­ matically. The secret of this disc is the secret of the Mills Melody violin. Eight of the best violin makers in Chicago are employed in the con­ struction of the Mills Violins. Each Senator John Knight was one of the speakers at the twentieth'^nnual meeting of the New York Conserva­ tion Association, at th e Lafayettet Hotel, Buffalo, Saturday evening, He spoke on \Conservation in. Law Amendments.\ There were many other noted speakers, including Mayor F.' Paul Stevens, of Lake Placid, who came to the meeting by Aeroplane and.who addressed the.association on .\By Aeroplane\ to Canadian Wilds.\ Arid listen to this, you nimrods. He told the tale of a lake. Trout lake in fact, in the northern part of Canada, where he cast his flies, having three on his leader, into th e lake six times and caught fifteen trout, each'weigh. ing from one to three poundB. And to make it more binding he said he did not care whether his hearers be' lieved it or not. All we have to say is that a fisherman who can 'land three trout, each from one to three pounds, on one leader, is a \Jim. dandy,\ if you know what that means. Mr. R. I. Cartwright of Arcade, and C. J . Kerwin of Java Center, at tended'the meeting. short MRS. MILLER ENTERTAINED HOLLAND PHlLATHEAS Arcade Attica Bonnington Castile Covington Eagle . . , Gainesville Genesee Falls' Java ' ' , Middlebury i. Orangeville Perry Pike Sheldon- Warsaw , Wethewfield :6.44 -8.44 ' - 2.68. B.67 8.56 ' 6.24 6.03 v T.,8,70 i ; 6.09 6.13, '\ - 7.8* \... .5.60 .10.60 8.00 1.48 The next meeting will be held Dec. 1st, at 1 p. m. The annual election of officers will take place, so' be sure and b e on hand to note and receive your promotion. E. J . CONRQY AND CO. PUT IN LARGE GAS TANK E. J. Conroy & Co., of Java Cen­ ter have had, the' largest gasoline tank in this section installed, Load­ ed on the freight car, i t looked as though it might require four tank cars of \gas\ to fill it. Messrs. E. J. Conroy and his son 'are interested in many business projects,' among other things being authorized agents for th e Ford and Lincoln autos. They are mighty pleasant folks to deal with. ERIE CO. POMONA GRANGE MEETING The next meeting of Erie County Pomona Grange will be held at Law- tons, Saturday, December 4, 1926. Morning, afternoon and evening ses­ sions will be held. Annual election of officers will take place at this time. LIKES THE PAPER Mrs. Ellen I. Dustin, of Holland, says: \Enclosed fii J en ™b- scription for 1927. illness, aged 67 years. \iTv ri_. . A large number of neighbors and ° f tnese artisans is a master hand at friends gathered at the home on v 10 \ 0 construction, and able to make Monday evening; Rev. Mosley offer- a ..?, om P lete instrument But in the ed prayer> and gave a few welLchos- . S P°P e \fh one of the eight has en, comforting words. ^ a r . 8 P. ec,al *•* »» the making of a At 7 o'clock on Tuesday morning X 1 *' 8nd , pves a11 his * D « u ty to. the funeral procession left for Bath, that on e task. , where the funeral was held at\ her -gom'« ^PweiMonal Comawnt: daughters home. superior to anything I have ever Burial at Prattaburg, N. Y. encountered in 'the way of a'me- Deepest sympathy is expressed for SJ}* 111 ^* 1 instrument.''—Will J. Davis the bereaved ones. Theatrical Manager. Mr. PaAw,iriMnted a P ^ti°5 from ft. .town board fit• th« town of LAURA A. PARSONS Laura A. Parsons, who lived on the Eagle road, died November 21st agedI 76 years, after a paralytic shock. A wonder invention and marve-. Ions piece of machinery.\—George M. Cohan, Playwright arid' Actor. GEORGE E. HOGUE. HAD NARROW ESCAPE George E. Hogue and John Lewis OCK. The funeral to'ok place at Castile vrtjurgu „„„ on November 24th. started t o motor to Buffaloi\Tueaday morning in Mr. Hogue's cat Going GRADE CROSSING HEARING' dowi J the Yorkshire hill they turned ? ? i?^! \other car. In trying The public service commission will *?L55 C 5 on the \Uppery road the hold a hearing i n Warsaw on Wed- 5 *iL 8 !? dded ' crossed the road and nessday, December 10th, to consider „2 I S?5fJ e 5 on ita ? ,de ' breaking two the elimination of grade crossings at ° „r?V wlndo , w */ iA 8 the car was al- Pearl J3reek onHhe Le Roy-Warsaw \J 08 * \topped at the' time and landed highway road, the Liberty street and b*ak of snow no other dam- Main street crossing in the town of *8r «3«* reported. j Eagle and the crossing at Chase's ^-XT Uogu . e and Mr. Lewis escaped sUtion in the town of Castile. All Wltn a shak \>S \P these rowings are over the B. R. c . R . WHITE NEW PRESIDENT ~- ~rt> M tmoPAH FEDERAL COMMUNITY CHEST REPORT RECEIPTS $642;- EXPENDITURES $948. LARGER AMOUNT TO BR. RAISED. BY. ARCADIANS THIS YEAR. Mrs. John Miller entertained the LPhilathea Class, Friday evening. A partnership supper was served and the regular monthly business meeting was held. Final arrange­ ments were made tfor the annual Bazaar, which is t o be held Saturday Dec. 4. The. following were appointed chairmen: Fancy work, Mrs. A. F . Colby; Aprons, Mrs. John Zimnier; Rugs, Miss Mary River; Store, Mrs.' Hatry Colby; Candy, Swastika class; Fish Pond, Gleaners class; Dining Room, < Mrs. George Hollomah and MrsT Perry Kent; White Elephant, Mrs. S. H. Moore. „ * Your attention is called to th e fi­ nancial report of the Community Chest which is published in this issue ' I t will be' noted that but $642 was received from pledges during the year, while the expenditures were $948. About $300 from the old Ely fund was thus used to meet the ex­ penses. • As this Ely 'fund, was raised years ago.'and^was intended to be used to meet a certain kind of cases, such as the treatment of crippled children, etc., thjs fund should be built up t o the original amount- Also ' it will be noted that the ex­ penditures for local cases that were helped amounted to but $93, which is'much .below the amount that or­ dinarily would arise. It is also very essential that a siz­ able emergency fund be established to meet unusual conditions that might arise at any time such as an epidemic. The committee that administers this fund is made up of the following men: Rev. George V. Callahan, chairman; D. C. Bentley, Rev. W. W. Dailey,* B. A. Hyland,' B. Jackson, Rev. Frank Meyer, Rev. Henry Mos­ ley, Rev, 'John R. Riley, J. S. Smith, and L. D. Spring. This committee has used the ut­ most care in handling the funds. They have also 'given considerable thought to the needs of the coming year and. have decided that not less, than $1500 should be raised at this coming drive which is to occur on Sunday afternoon, December 6th, when, as stated last week, each home in the town is to be called on for subscriptions. In the paper next week a budget for the coming year will be publish­ ed as will also the names of the so­ liciting committees and other details. ARCADE COMMUNITY CHEST FUND REPORT Dec. 1, 1925 to Dec. 1, 1926 Balance in Ely fund turned over to treasurer $462.48 Interest on\ above June 1, 1926 283 contributions as follows 1 contribution of $.26 FOR CHRISTMAS ADVERTISERS A P. Railroad. frs. Ellen I. uusuu, UJ . i: \Enclosed find $1.50 for sub- u —ption for 1927. Like the paper very much.\ \Best country paper I ever read,\ says another woman who does not wish her name published. RICHARD S. PERSONS'\ APPOINTED Richard S. Persons, of East Au­ rora, and Franklin E. Bard of Go- wanda were confirmed for six-year terms as members ot the Erie Coun­ ty park commission by the board of 'supervisors yesterday. OF FXRM BUREAU FEDERATION) C. R. White of Ionia, N. Y., was elected president of the New Yoijk jert^Thf PowS o? Prayer.\ tion injSyracuse recently.^ He^suc- Sunday.school at noon. . Union evening race In the M, HOLLAND M. E. ^HURCH Rev. JesseiWiteon. ceeds Peter G. Ten Eyck of Albany, N. Y. ' The new president is a man o'f middle years who Jias had life-long experience with New York's farm problems from many angles. He -is an active farmer, operating in'On- Rev. Jesse Wilson, Pastor. Itario County some 225\'acres and Services at 2:00 p. m. Subject, leasing another farm of 126 acres. He raises fruit, vegetables, and fancy Sunday school at l-.uu p. m. poultry for. the Rochester market All are invited t o worship with us. Other officers elected were: W. EL Mr. Erwin Davia is spending a few Streeter of^St. Lawrence County, days in East Aurora. First Vice-President; J. Q. Corwith, Mrs. A. D. Moore spent Monday in of Suffolk County, Second Vica- Buffalo. 'President; E. J. Lonis of Oswego . Connty, Treasurer; Howard D. See- SurprWnr returaa from Want ad* ley of Orange County, Director. E. Church at 7:30. Subject, \Great-1 er Things.\ . ' PROTECTION M. E. CHURCH Rev. Jes Services \The Power of ^Prayer.\ Sunday school at li00 p . m. All are invited to worship with us. I To the end that' Christmas Adver­ tisers may thoroughly cover the' terri­ tory, in addition to. ' our regular circulation of -over' 2,000 papers we will send out enough additional copies each .week for the next three weeks to put a copy in every home within a ten mile radius of Arcade. There will be many advertisers, so we ask .that copy for the ads be in the. office the first of each week, that we may give the best possible serv­ ice. CUTS AND COPY To aid advertisers and offer sug­ gestions, we have two separate and exclusive' cut and copy services, which show ads for every line of business.. These are at the- service of our patrons free'and in fact we urge you to make use of them. We are as near t o you as your telephone. So just call and we will have a man a t your place to show these cuts and copy. Altogether for a big Christmas trade. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH \10:30 — Worship. \Negative Goodness.\. 10:30—Junior Church. 11:45—Church SchooL 7:80—Unjon service in Baptist Church. 7:30, Wednesday—Prayer and Bi ble Study.' The average cost to the state of a pnblic school pupil i s about $100 a year, as compared to $65 in 1918. 9.24 14 160 3 67 11 1 30 6 .60 1.00 1.60 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 10.00 100.00 $.26 7.00 160.00 4.60 184.00 33.00 4.00 160.00 60.00 100.00 ' - $1114.47 DISBURSEMENTS: Printing canvassers env.... $5.00 Com^ Hospital donation 200.00 An. roll call Red Cross 200.00'. Boy Scout Budget 250.00 ' Community cases 93.88 Appropriated, to boys recrea­ tional room equipment .. 200.00 Total disbursements ......$948.88 Balance IQ bank $165.69 - Walter Wesley Dailey, Treas. Audited and found correct. Nov. lfl,'-1926.' D; C. Bentley, L. D. Spring, Auditors. The community Chest Committee., has endeavored to make th e best use of the amount of money entrusted to it, and ye t much against it s desire was obliged to draw on the Ely fund which i t felt was all too small for an emergency reserve. Therefore they recommend that in the canvas bud­ get for 1927, in addition to other amounts, there should b e included a sufficient amount to assure an emer­ gency fund of at least $500, increas­ ing during the years until a consid­ erable fund should be built up. When we think of the emergency cases that have occurred in near by towns th e past year, < wo see what such a fund might mean t o us ot any moment.

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