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- rUUR WYOMING COUNTY HERALD A Republican Newspaper W. F. Arthurs, Publisher Arcade, N. Y. Published Each Friday at Arcade, N. Y. Entered as Second Class Matter at. Arcade, N. Y. Terms of Subscription: One year, strictly in advance $1.50 Six months, strictly in advance, .85 Three months, stricWy in advance .50 ANTON HEDIN'S Jewelry Store First Class Repair Work Delevan, N. Y. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce that I am a candidate for the nomination for dis­ trict attorney of Wyoming county in the approaching Republican primar-' ies in September, and I respectfully request the support of all Republican voters of the County in such primary. Arcade/N. Y., July 7, 1927. 19tf Lynn S. Bentley COLUMBINE SOCIETY WANTS NATIONAL FLOWER Written by Mrs. \Allena M. Jones of. Hinsdale, a niece of Mrs. George E. Hogue. The aims and ideals of the Colum­ bine Society of the United States of America. Cherish our beautiful native CO­ LUMBINES, the red, aquilegia cana­ densis, found mostly in-the eastern, southern and \ central states—the-| white aquilegia alba, in the extreme •western states; the lovely blue, aquil­ egia coerulea, in the Rocky Moun­ tains; the yellow, aquilegia chrysan- tha of.the great so\ith west. Ornament your gardens with American Columbines. Magnificient- flowers are produced under proper conditions. Sow, Grow and Know the native strains. Let perfect flowers come\ to seed. Sow early. Seedlings blossom the second summer. Plant well apart to preserve purity of color and form. Unite in urging Congressmen to support measure making the Colum­ bine the official Floral Emblem of the United States of America. Make the Cause a patriotic, appeal. We have our Flag; we have' our Songs; let us have a Flower to Jove because it is our Country's Flower. Buy only plants guaranteed by the florist to be Native Columbines. En­ courage them to sell the plants, but discourage commercializing the flow­ ers. Inspire artists and artisians .with the spiritual appeal of the Columbine Out of this may come an American art inspiration, which may become an exquisite part of our Country's history. National organizations, local clubs and individuals are urged to affiliate with the Columbine Society of Phila­ delphia. European Columbines are called \Imigrants.\ These are short, thick of stem and usually double. They menace the be.^'ity and'grace of our Columbines. Gradually exterminate them. DEEVAN NEWS CHURCH SERVICES • - _ I \ ARCADE BAPTIST CHURCH Newton- Richardson and family of • Church school at 9:30 a. m. There Warsaw spent the Fourth at the E. was a E° od attendance at this hour S. Oyer home T last Sunday. There is room for YOU. . ' A.\ . T Worship. at-10:30 a. m. The fourth Mr. and Mrs Jfcrt Hooper of La.- j n the series of Genesis 3, \The Con- Salle were week*6r|d guests of their sequences of Sin.'\ mother, Mrs. Jessie\ Read, Mrs. Harry Read and two daugh­ ters drove from Flint, Mich., anijpare guests of relatives and friends in town. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Russell of Erie spent the Fourth at the Glenn Martin 'home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Trench and two sons of Fairport, N. Y, were guests at the C. W. Persons home,' Tuesday. A small lire at the Cecil Kilburn home caused a little excitement Mon­ day afternoon. It was soon under pontrol with but little damage. Florence Drew of Machias is .help­ ing at the Willard for a few days. Henry Whitman, once a resident of this place was brought-^nere for burial froni the I. 0. O/F. Lockport Home on Monday. A short service at the grave with Rev. Harold Wass officiating, also the I. \0. 0 . F. Lodge. Mrs. Tina Bastian and Florene are spending some time with relatives. Alfred Hardy •and family of Pitts Union evening service in the_M. E. church at 8 p. m. Prayer service Wednesday at 8 p. m. The tentative date for the Baptist church school picnic at Emery Park has Keen set for Wednesday, July 20. Let's all be ready and be there for another fine time such as we had last year. — ARCADE NEWS ARCADE M. E. CHURCH Rev. W. W. Dailey, Minister. Sunday, July 10, 10:30 a. m.— Morning worship with sermon by pas­ tor. Sermon topic, 'Being a Good Steward of Jesus Christ.\ ' 11:45 a. m.—Bible School, C. T. 1 .Edwards, Supt. Leson topic, 'Right-,! eousness in Public Life.\ i •7-00 p. m.—Epworth League. ] 8 p. m.—Evening worship, Union l service, sermon, \Going East or West;\ | . Wednesday, July 13, the Epworth League will serve a noon-day lunch- burg spent Sunday and Monday, with e °n from 11:30 until all are served. I their parents, I. D. Hardy and family. Wednesday, 7:15 p. m.—Mid-week M. J. Cole and family spent the service for all who have a desire to Fourth with lelatives in Smithport,\ come nearer to God, or help others | Pa. | nearer to him. i Mr. and Mrs. C. W, Persons and' Saturday, July 1G, opening of the ] daughter, Evelyn were in Toronto ' Epworth League Institute for young | one day last week. people of Buffalo and Olean districts | The Woman's Home Missionary at Silver Lake. If you are expecting i Society \Vill wwyt ytnt-y, TMVS p . T vif ? ._lto attend and have not given in your | maurice this'afternoon. If anyone n*™e please notify the pastor. wishing a ride 'will be at Saxtons 1 Drug store at 3 o'clock there will be ' SANDUSKY M. E. CHURCH cars to take them. \ I Rev. W. W. Dailey, Minister. Mrs. H. L. Torsey of Yorkshire was > 9:_30 a. m.-^-Morning\-worship with Uncle Ab says that about the worst thing that can happen to a man is to be depi'ived of the chance to work. a caller at the Willard 'on Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Farrier- and daughter, June, are spending their vacation with Mrs. Farner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. .L. Whiting. Mrs. C. W. Persons is entertaining the Misses Elizabeth Tilden and Kate French of Machias today. Richard VanValkenburg is visiting h'is sister, Mrs. Carl Johnson at May- ville. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Easton and family of Belmont have been guests at the Rev. Wass home a few days this week. Dean Smith is having his home re­ painted. * Donald Hillker and friend of Buf­ falo spent Sunday and Monday with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Myron Hill- iker. .Wilfred Randall and family of Olean were guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Randall, Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Waldorf have 1 returned from Chautauqua Lake. Mrs, C. W. Persons and Mrs. Anna , Lowe were in Franklinville, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde. York of Buf­ falo are the proud parents of a baby i girl, born Sunday, July 3. Mrs. York I will be remembered to Delevanites as i Miss Isabel Newton. I Jay Whitcomh ntl family of Oak- I field spent ndnv and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Kilburn. Mr End Mrs. C. A. Metcalf motor- ' p 'l to Waynesboro, Pa., and Walkers- ville, Md., 'the latter part of last week. Mr Metcalf returned on Tuesday and Mrs. Metcalf remained f for a while. Mrs. Mae Thompson and son Ralph are i 1 T thnca, where Mrs. Thompson is attending summer school. I Mr. and Mrs. Clair Tanner and sermon by pastor. 10:30 a. m.—Sunday school for all Thursday, 7:45 p. m.—Mid-week sen-ice of Prayer and Praise. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 10:30—Divine service. 10:30—Junior church. 11:45—Church school. \8:00—Union service ii church. M. E. DISTRICT DEPUTY WILL i INSTALL DELEVAN OFFICERS I D. D. G. M., Theodore G. Stoll will: visit Delevan I. O. O. F. No. 616, | next Saturday evening, and install. the officers for the ensuing term. The 1 second degree will probably be work-,, ed also. Refreshments will be serv­ ed, i After the Fourth Special offerings in every department to reduce stocks and close out odds and ends. MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS $1.85 A large collection of high-grade shirts, in a full line of sizes but not all sizes of each kind, made from fine broadcloth or madras shirtings. Shirts that have been among our best sellers at '$2.50 and $3.00 each. Child's Play Suits $1.00 Medjum and dark col^ ors, sizes 3 to 8 years Just right for .the kidd­ ies to play in and cheap­ er than you can make them. Child's White Pumps 50c pair Good canvass uppers, all leather soles.- \We have pairs 4 3 6 2 2 2\ sizes 6 63/ 2 7 7i/ 2 8 8y 2 If you can use any of these sizes, they- are bargains. • Wide Moire Ribbon i> 10c yard • a good. assortment of colors. Can be used for trimming or fancy work. White Dress Skirts 50c 22 skirts of good quality Pique, Whipcord, etc. The material ia worth •far more. Original prices up to $3. jR. C Pingrey & Co, Delevan, N. Y. OLD DELEVAN RESIDENT LAID AT. REST Word was received by Delevan I. 0. O. P. that H. L. Whitman, a resi­ dent of the I. O. 0. P. Home at Lock- port, and a former resident of Dele- van passed away July 3.. The funeral was held at the Lockport Home, Sun­ day urtd~\th'e remains shipped to Dele- van and buried in the family lot Monday evening at sundown with members of the Delevan I. O, O. F. and Arcade F. & A. M. lodges pres­ ent. Rev. Wass of the Delevan M. E. church officiated. H. L. Whitman, in the earlier and brighter days of his life was quite an active member in both the Mason­ ic and I. O. O. P. fraternities. He also attained the Commandery in the Masonic branch and in the declining years of \his life made his home at the Lockport Home assisted also by his Masonic brothers of Arcade P. & A. M., No. 419. CATTARAUGUS ROAD Mrs. C. Cobry and daughter Rose­ mary of Buffalo are spending a few days with Mrs. John E. Green. Those who spent the week-end and the Fourth with Mr. Thomas and Miss Catharine Butler were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stone and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Redden and family and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Boellinger and family of Rochester. Mrs. Ed. Neamon and daughter, Rita spent Tuesday with Mrs. Will Murray. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Barnard and son Harold and Mrs. Powers spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Powers of Gowanda. Mr. Charles Delaney spent Sunday with his parents here. Sunday Mr. and Mrs; John E. Green entertained Mr. and Mrs. Wal­ ter McCormick aitd family and Mr. Frank Cobry. - Mr. F. L. Barnard took Mrs. Bar­ nard's mother, Mrs. Powers, to War­ saw, Sunday, and brought Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Barnard and family and Mr. Edgar Barnard home with him I to spend a jew days. I ^Sunday' callers a t the Thomas But- [ ler home were.'Mr. Win. Meyers,\ Mr. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. John McCraley, Mr. and Mrs. D: Redden, Mr. and Mrs.\ James Redden and Mr. and Mrs. Will. Redden. Callers at the Ed. Neamon -home Sunday were, Mr. and Mrs. E. Habitz Jr., and family of Buffalo,* Mr. Ray­ mond McGowan of Oakfield and Mr. John Bambic land friend of Cleve­ land, Ohio. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Cole attended the picnic at Strykersville, Monday. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Neamon entertained Messrs. Will and Louis Krotz, Will Neamon, Mr. and Mrs. Jo8eph \Shields Mr. and Mrs. F. Wag­ goner and Miss Esther Waggoner of Buffalo and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Deveau . Mr. and Mrs. Savage and Miss Bessie Savage- of Buffalo spent Sun­ day with Mr. and _ Mrs. Geo. Redden. Mr. John E. Green called at the Ed. Green home, Sunday. \LACKAWANNA\ HARD - . - COAL - - *- SOFT MdRE HEAT—LESS ASHES WOODWORTH HARDWARE CO, Diltru, N., Y. Mr. Henry Vallance, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Haskell and family and Mrs. Fannie Shallies were in Nunda on Monday. ' Miss Dorothy Weast is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Prentiss in, Olean this week. Miss Etta Van-Name of Farmers- ville spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. E. P. VanName.. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Stockin and family spent the Fourth in Allegany State Park.. Mr. Wyman Dehison, who has been at the J. N. Adam hospital at Perrys- burg, was broughtjiome Tuesday. It •is'good news to his many friends to know that he is considerably improv­ ed and that no T. B. ^erms were found. ^ IHrs. Gladys Twiss, Mrs. Freeman Howlett, Miss Lillian Jones are at­ tending Buffalo Normal. Vivian Beebe, Pauline Rice, Evelyn Myers and Mr. Francis Drake are attending Hutchinson summer school in Buffalo Miss Bessie White came home from Buffalo, Saturday night. On Sun­ day she motored to Hornell and Miss Florence Delamater who had been visiting' relatives there .returned to Arcade with her to spend the Fourth. They both returned to Buffalo, Mon­ day evening. Mrs. Etta Freman returned home Monday from a twb week's visit in Canistep.\ Doris Wickmann of Toledo, 0., is visiting her cousin, Marion Josli'n and Francis Harrison. Mrs. George -Coon and daughter, Alice Crooker, Mr. James Coon and Miss May Coon and friend moto'red from Flint, Mich., Friday and spent Saturday with Mi-, and Mrs. Fred Brush. ' Mrs. Brush returned home with them for an indefinite stay. Miss Hazel Eddy of Strykersville visited her aunt, Mrs. -Leigh Bray, Wednesday. Roger J. Williams is spending sev­ eral days in Cleveland this week. Mrs. Abbie Smith of Tonawanda is visiting her sister, Mrs. George White. Mr. Lome. Cottrill left Wednesday for Canada, where he will visit his parents, and enjoy some fishing. Mr. Peters of Batavia has purchas­ ed the W. E. Beardslee cottage at | Crystal Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson spent Monday and Tuesday with Mr. and ! Mrs. K. R. Wilson in Buffalo. 1 . Mr. and Mrs. W L. Evans and two daughters, Dorothy and Rae of Pitts­ burgh, Pa., were week-end guests of i Mr. and Mrs. Roger J. Williams of I Freedom. ' Mr. and Mrs. George- Harrison, son | Frank and Mr. Bowen visited in East I Otto and Cattaraugus, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hendcrshott 1 attended a birthday dinner at Emory Park, Sunday. i Mrs. Jennie Savage and son, Ed- I ward, and daughter, Izora of Hol­ land have been visiting friends in town. Miss Hazel Eddy of Strykersville is visiting her grandparents, Mi', and. Mrs. M. M. Eddy. Mrs. Harry C. Barber and children Virgil and Edith fff Buffalo left Wed­ nesday after *a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. W.'H. Hehdershott. George. Sanders of Rochester and Miss Kathryn Daily, of Buffalo were Tuesday callers of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hendcrshott. Mrs. M. M, Eddy has been spend­ ing a few days with her sons in Stry­ kersville. V'. J. Lowe of Java Village was in town Tuesday. Miss Carrie Wells of Dunkirk spent the week-end at the Ray Wellej hoihe Mrs. Lester Barber spent Friday in Buffalo. Mrs. M. M. Hatch is among the sick. i-^ The annual picnic of the Mizpah class will be held on Thursday p. m., July 14, in the orchard on the Reed Wells farm, if pleasant. If not, the picnic will be held in the church. /Each member is very cordially invit­ ed to attend and bring onVgnest and tureen, sandwiches, dishes and silver for two. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Bolton and sons of Rochester were Saturday guests at W. H.^Ieridershott's. L. E. Runals returned Wednesday evening from a few days visit in Buffalo. Mr. Allison Eddy of Buffalo spent Saturday and Sunday with*his.sistcr, Mrs. Leigh Bray. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bowen of Angola were in town Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Daly returned home with them for over the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McOall and family of Dalton spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Wilson and fam­ ily. Mr,- and Mrs. Leonard Mason are-] moving into the house they recently purchased on Maple street. s Mr. and Mrs. A.' R. Schweizer and son Donald of Springville were call­ ers in town Wednesday. Mrs. Geo. White, Mrs. Abbie Smith and Mrs., Tina Bonsteele visited friends in Delevan, Thursday of last week. , ' . Mrs. Fannie Plucker has been con­ fined to her bed for several weeks 'and is still very ill at her home on Mill street. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Acker of Rushford were Sunday guests at Homeland on Park street. Mr. Carl Foit pf Buffalo is spend­ ing a month with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Foit. { Miss Charlotte Wilson of Buffalo i was-calling on friends in town, tfP Jday. i Mr; and Mrs. Herbert Hall and •family of Bliss were guests of_Mr. and Mrs. George Fuller over the Fourth. Mr. \and Mrs. William Brock of Buffalo were-guests-of-Mr^-and-Mrsr Edward Brock over the Fourth. Mr. Everett Bowen of Buffalo was a guest a t the home of George Harri­ son over the week-end. •Mrs. Nellie Allen- of' Buffalo visit­ ed iriends.in'town over Sunday. ; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bookjniller and family • and guest, spent the Fourth in Rushford and Canadea. Born, July S to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. York, of Buffalo, N. Y.,. a girl, named Charlotte Betty. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Eddy and daughter Betty Loraine were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Bray and fam­ ily on the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sproul and daughter, Beatrice, of Erie, Pa., are spending the week with Mr. andjtfrs. B. L. Knox. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blakeley and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Blakeley of Buf- faol spent Sunday with Mrs. Harriett Blakeley and family. , Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Clark and family visited Miss Ethel Small at \Celeron Sunday. Miss Ethelinde Weast of Buffalo was a guest «t the Robert Weast home last week. NOTICE The annual meeting of Union Free School District No. 7, of the Town of Yorkshire will be heliLin. .ihe audi, torium of the' school building, D e i e van, N. Y .r Tuesday evening. August 2, at 7:30- p , m., for the purpose ot electing three ttruseees in the pl aw of Dr. Preston, H. G. Hitchcock, E A. Demmon, whose terms expire' and for the transaction-of such other business as may legally come before the meeting. Dated July 8, 1927. J. F. SPROUL, Pr«s,-Bpard of Edueatioir ; Geo. S. Ransom . GEO. S. RANSOM . 19t22 Sec'y Board of Education What we mean when we say \value'' WHAT is value? Just one thing-^a full hundred cents worth PLUS—for every dollar you spend. You get it here; in style, in tailor­ ing, in fabric, in quality. A little bit more of each than you expect—and that's, value. Suits pf satisfying money's worth They're the \CLUB CLOTHES\ SUITS we're showing—like that cigarette, they satisfy; You'll like them When they're new; and just as much when they'ye had seasons of hard service. Handsome fabrics, richly styled, beautifully tailored. $22.50 $25 $30 $35 L0CKW00D & SULLIVAN Successors to A. L. Smith's Sons Arcade, New York Slip into a * BRADLEY and out of doors ' BATHINGSUITS Distincitve Patterns, Individual­ ity in style—All are so evident in Bradley bathing suits. Mens, Ladies, Childrens Sweaters for out-of-doors * 'Coat style—slipon—in all sizes and colors Ladies Forget-Me-Not Silk Hose t Special at 98c jGeo. S. Ransom Delevan, - New York RED and WHITE STORE \The Quality Is Higher than the Prite.\ Telephone 12-M We Deliver DELEVAN, N. Y. \ SPECIALS F0RMTURDAY MAYONNAISE > 20c- ROBINSON'S TOMATOES ..........' 21c TUNA FISH .....; 18c LARD 2 lbs. 27c P0STUM CEREAL 20c

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