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The Wyoming County herald. (Bliss and Silver Springs, N.Y.) 1891-1927, September 09, 1927, Image 5

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PAGE FIVE Smith, Mr. and. Mrs. C. \ daughter Mary P JXICh\\\- - -jjne-a &£2 <L ccl the celebration at Hiss Beuloh Laird left Thursday w Buffalo where she will visit [tiends until lier schfcol. opens, Mon- jlr. and Mrs. Stanley Morgan were Sunday guests at the home of G. L. Griffith at Fdirview. ' jjr. ana Mrs. Francis Davis and Miss Elizabeth. Freeman Sandusky| - r ,i TUT , Pnf j | tyfty -- • Mr. and Mrs. Chicago were in '^wn^uesa'^.^ J ''^ f'-ttUShiord, SunciayT\™'^™^ 1 Leo O'Neil and Mr. were at Mrs. Charles Sawyer and sons Alan and Frank spent the week-end in Buffalo. Mr; • and Mrs. Gordon Lewis at­ tended the Toronto fair a few days last-week. Mr., Clayton \Cnatfieia~-of-Ithaca- spent \the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.' Ira- Little. Miss Lorraine Hanson of Olean spent Labor Day with Mr. and Mrs. Uly.McCraley. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Webster were in Deleyan, Labor Day. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10- Tim McCoy in \The Frontiersman.\ Thrills, romance in a great historial film drama. Also Comedy and News. - TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13— Tom Mix in \My. Own Pal.\ Tom Mix in a mix-up of breathless stunts and furious fights for the sake of a five-year-old pal. Also Comedy and. Variety. - THURSDAY & FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15—16— H. C. WitmeVs comedy scream, \Her Father Said No,\ with Mary Brian, Al Cooke, Kit Guard and Frankie Darro. If it is healthy \to laugh, then the doctors in this town .had better be on their way. The whole town is going to take the laugh cure. It's some­ thing to get steamed up about. It's a tornado of fun and frolic—See it Sure. Mr. and Mrs. M. Mulvihill and Mr, and Mrs. Fred Shriber of Vestal spent the week-end and. Labor Day with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pearson. Mr. .Harlan-Pinney visited ' Mr. Harold Tatt in Portville, Sunday and Monday. — — J. \Mrs. Gordon Lewis attended the wedding of Miss Mary Merrell at Syracuse, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ddnald Sherman and .sons and Mr. and Mrs. Harvard Will­ iams and son of York, Pa^ attended the celebration at Delevan, Labor Day. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Andrews ana son and Mrs. Scott and daughter of Cuba visited Mr. and Mrs.. H. D. Stark­ weather, Sunday. Miss \Dorothy Weast left Sunday for her school at Beacon, N. Y. A. H. Vallance, Mr. and'Mrs. Eu? gene Haskell an J* son Eugene, and Mrs. Fanny. Shallies drove to Kane ahd Warren^Pa., Labor Day. Miss Ruth Hogue attended a house party over Labor Day, at the home of Miss Virginia Scott of Springville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weast and family were in Wellsville, Labor Day Misses Bessie White and Marie Kuhnel spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. White. They attended the celebration at Delevan, Labor Day. _ Mrs. S. B. Morse and family and Miss Doris Kuenn returned Saturday from Connecticut, where they have been spending the. summer with Mrs, Morse's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cart- wright. Mr. Emmett Burns of Rochester spent Labor Day at the home of Mrs. i John Norton. Mrs. Burns and son i who have been visiting in tow the I past week returned home with him, 1 Monday night. J • Mr. Jay Sullivan was in Batavia. I Sunday. His mother, MTS. Mary ' Sullivan who has been spending sev- i eral' weeks there returned home with ! him. Mrs. (Lester Barber visited her mother at Holland, Friday. Mrs. Forrest > Howard and daugh­ ter Beverly were gu<Ssts of Mr. and Mrs. D. Grant Hodge for a week, while getting settled in her home on Park St. Mr. Howard will remain in Detroit for a few months. Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Kilton of Angelica were in town Friday. Mrs. D. C. Bentley and Mrs. Fanny Stevenson visited Mrs. Bentley's aunt Mrs. Anna Winkler in Buffalo, Thurs­ day and Friday, A. H. Vallance. Mr. and Mrs. Eu­ gene JIaskell 'and son Eugene and Rev. and Mrs. WrE. Freemafc and son Harold of Franklinville called at Men's and Boy's New Season Hats and Caps Just Arrived Fine showing how ready for your inspection Pierce-Reed Co. Inc. .Across the Bridge Clothcraft and Curlee Clothes Arcade, N. Y. evening. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Gibby and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Strong were in Buffalo, Labor Day. \ E. M. AbeH'of Silver Lake Assem­ bly called p.n W, W. Prey on Monday. 'They were old friends in Eagle 35 years' ago.' \ Mrs.\ D. J. Gunn and daughter Anna of Buffalo spent Labor Day with Mrs. c John Norton. - Dr., and Mrs. G. G. Davis called on Mrs. -Ernest Phillips at the War- \ saw hospital, where she recently un­ derwent an operation. Mrs. Phillips is not improving as fast as her friends would like to have her. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Barber at­ tended the funeral of Mrs. Ray Gould at Holland, Thursday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smith en­ tertained Mr. And Mrs. Geo. Hogue at dinner, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. IL. Knox and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sproul of Erie were in Buffalo, Tuesday. Mrs. Frank McGuire and Mrs. Fred Mayer *and. daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Thrall of Warsaw, were guests of MTS. Mary McGuire, Sunday. Mrs. W. W. Dailey who has .\been quite sick is much better. Mrs. Will Gunn and Mr. and^Mrs. Lewis Gunn and Miss Anna Gunn of Buffalo visited Mrs. Mary McGuire, Monday . Mrs. Henry Mbsley and son KeTEh*1 returned Thursday from their vaca­ tion, which they spent in Michigan with her parents. ( Miss Kathryn Barrett of Buffalo ruturned to Arcade to attend school.' She stays with her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Filer of Syra-' cuse visited Mrs. Mabel Filer, Sun­ day and Monday. Mr. .and Mrs. Joseph Gittere were viewing, the works of the Rushf ord dam,- Sunday. Mrs. George Henry of Curriers was a visitor at the home of Mrs. Walter Torrey a few days this week. Mr. Leon McQueen of Buffalo vis­ ited at Mr. Henry Bolender's, Mon­ day, and Mrs, McQueen; and children who have been spending the summer in Arcade returned with him. Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Alsworth of Tonawanda were in town over Labor Day. Miss Viola Knapp returned Mon­ day from her vacation which she spent with her mother. Miss Mary Lee who is employed in the. East Aurora Roycroft spent the week-end and Labor Day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lee. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. VanName left Mrs. Fanny Shallies visited Mr. and Wednesday morning for Horseheads Mrs. Charles Newcomb at Gainesville, Sunday. Cyril Knight r.eturned Sunday from Detroi^, Mich., where he has been visiting his aunt, Mrs. Winfield lb- Meat makes the meal. It is appetizing, nourishing, healthful Meat should be an important part of your daily menu. Serve j it every day. Whether you come into our shop, or phone us, you are sure to get exactly the kmd of meat you, want. We have a large variety of choice cuts. Her* are a few Specials for Saturday Pork Shoulder for RoastirigrlfeL, ••*.?• Bacon Squares, lb^ • • Pig's Liver, lb v ..... • Sliced Bacon,-lb.-<•.'• • 30c .27c 12c 40c South Side Market L R. BRASS, Prop- Arcade, N. Y. CULTIVATED ORCHARDS GIVE BEST RETURN An increase of 47 barrels per acre as an average- for a 10-year period for a cultivated orchard as compared with an orchard left in sod is the re­ cord obtained by horticulturists at the 'Experiment Station at Geneva. Aunt Ada's Axioms: Nobody can have too much of real love. Joslm, Mr. Carlyle Curtis and Miss Pearl Gerstung spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. George Curtis at Lake- ville. They visited Rochester and- Sea Breeze, Labor Day. Mr. and Mrs. George Knight and son Cyril and E, C. Haskell spent Labor Day at Batavia. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. HaskeH and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Manness at­ tended the Rushford celebration, Labor Day. Miss Marguerite Joslin visited Miss Frances Kuenn at Franklinville the first of the week, Mrs. Fred Lewis and son Hobart and E. C. and Margaret Haskell spent Sunday in Buffalo. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Davis and daughter Shirley attended the cele bration at Delevan, Labor Day. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Conschafter of Buffalo spent Labor Day with Mr. and Mrs. W, G. Conschafter. •Mrs. Wale Haley of Curriers visit­ ed Mrs. Ella Benson this week, Miss Jeanette Campbell of Mum- \ford called at Eugene Haskell's, Monday, on her way to Franklinville to resume her school duties. Mr and Mrs. T. A. Nielsen and family of Buffalo' spent Labor Day with Mr. and Mrs, H. J. Peterson. Mrs. Neilsen remained for a few days. Rev. Henry Mosley and Mr, Her­ man Alderman attended Toronto fair a few days this week. • f Miss Frances \ Haskell returned home Sunday from Medina where she had been visiting Mr. and Mrs B. Rumsey. Mr. Rex Olin and Miss Mary Lee were in Rochester, Labor Day. They enjoyed the experience. of< riding in an aeroplane. Mr. and Mrs. Frank - Pitcher, Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Rhoades, Mrs. Fanny CarlHendrick, Mr. YOUR •WATCH FOR ONE MINUTE KT*ry minute of the •lay someone's home . - barns, causing; great suffering ajiri Jc:$, You can't auivu'ya • frreYcnt Sire, bast F£?^ Insurance prevsnt* financial loss. . INSURE WITH ARCADE INSURING AGENCY Leslie D. Spring, Manager Arcada, M. Y. and Watkins, where they will visit friends? Miss Beatrice Moulton of Roches ter spent the week-end with her par­ ents. Miss Margaret Gunn. of Rochester -I and Miss Mary Gunn of Woodlawn,' N. Y., spent Sunday with Mr. Frank Bennett and Mrs. John Norton. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Morgan and family df Erie, Pa., spent Sunday with relatives and friends in town Mr, Emil Colliard attended Toron­ to fair from Sunday to Wednesday. Rev.'J. B. Bray of Lockport called on friends in town, Wednesday. Mrs. A. Anderson, son Stanley and daughter Gladys and Miss • Marie Land motored from Chicago Thurs­ day and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. j Harry Wallace Friday and' Saturday.' Miss Land remained for a few. weeks' visit with her aunt, Mrs- Wallace. Mrs. Eric Lee and son Robert and Mrs. Frank Briggs called on , Mrs. Blanche Kuenn and family at Frank­ linville, Saturday. Mrs. Emily Nichols ' of Java Vil­ lage is spending the week\with her grand-daughter, Miss Mable Nichols. Mrs. W. D. Reed was in Buffalo Wednesday. Miss Helen Smith returned to N- her home in Perry after spending some time with Arcade friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Andrews and Mrs. Peck were at Cascade Park on Sunday. Mr. L. E. Runals is visiting his son Dr. Arthur Runals, in Olean. Mr. and Mrs. Luke Brass and a party of friends were at Cascade Park'Sunday. Mr. Frank Hale and Mr. and Mrs. M. M..Eddy attended the Hale re­ union at Emery Park, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry White were in Perry, Saturday. Mrs. A. Murphy visited friends in Buffalo over the week-end and also attended 'Toronto $a?r._, Mr. Ward Bennett and a friend from Batavia were callers of Mr. and Mrs. W..H. Hendershott, Monday. The MizpaH-class gave their teach- Mrs... .Nellie Eager, a birthday \SrSstic Mantlfe Clock with Alarm Attachment Trade $10.00 at our Store And get one of these $6 Clocks for;Only-$2i98- This is the plan: Every time you make a cash purchase at our store have the amount indicated on your card, and when it is traded out in full you are entitled to one of these iCombination Mantle Clocks with alarm attachment for only $2.98 cash. Every one of these GILBERT Clocks is fully guaranteed^. They are carefully adjusted by ex­ perienced workmen, arid if the instructions which come with each clock are followed; they can be relied upon to keep accurate time for many years. Never before has a clock like this been offered at such a l6w price, and if you can-purchase one elsewhere (excepting where they are offered for •sale on'this plan) in the same size and design of case and movement, with alarm attachment, for less than $5.00 retail, we will give you one of these Clocks FREE. ^These eIocks\positivery will-notrbe^offered far sale in our store at this low price. Only with cards with cash purchases amounting to $10.00 between now and October 22. Ask for - card. McKerrow • Howlett - Reynolds, Co. ARCADE; N. Y. Cottrill's Pharmacy ARCADE; N.Y. _ [uarters for School Supplies - TEXT BOOKS- PENCILS, TABLETS COMPOSITION BOOKS, ETC. E. L. FISH - L. P. C0TTR1LL DEPENDABLE PHARMACISTS Phone 32-M ' Arcade, N. Y. Stevenson, Mr. Ernest Stevenson of Elmira and Mr, and Mrs. Roy Pitcher and daughter P r t 1 «\»-«AV\\~ ^r a \\ ~ ^ June of Patterson, N. J..were= guests surflnse party on Thursday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. D. C Bentley over „ M ' M Wmnifred Isaac returned CLabor Day ' ' • f * Monday night from her home in So. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Beebe and Trejrt<m to her school work here daughter Vivian, Mrs. A. J. Beebe . Miss Edna Wightman was called and Mrs. Metta Foote drove to Rush- *° Delevan, Monday by the illness of ford.JLetchworth Park and Warsaw, he ^ moth ? r V, » t> v v A\ Sunday.-^\\ -• _ 'Dr. and Mrs. A. P. Vanghan andj Mr. and Mrs.\ \Charles Oark-and\ AmtjX;had^n^o^ting.a^Cascade^ork family attended Toronto fair, last \\ \~ week'. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Andrews and Mrs. Ella Pecht,were in Buffalo one day last week. Mr. and Mrs! Carl Beardslee were in Buffalo, Tuesday night. Mr. Beardslee left by. train for Wiscon- The Ladies Aid of SS. Peter and make th'is service a welcome to those Paul's church met at the home of who have lately ,come among us as Mrs. Leo Schnitzler Thursday after- well as a time when the 1 families, get hoori. together as we resume again the Mr. and,Mrs. Fred Mathewson of tasks of the year. Kenmore spent Tuesday with Mr.' 10:30 a. m.—Morning worship, and Mrs. George Fuller. Misses La- sermon topic, \The Necessity for titia arid Betty returned home with i Self-development and the Dignity of them after spending. .a_ week with .Service.\ their grandparents. \ | ll\:4B a. m.—Bible school. We Arcade Firemen made sC-'fraeshow*-' spend hours and days and years withi ing in the Rushford parade on Labor other' text books and,fail.if we for- Day with their new engine. I get the Bible. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fuller and I 7:30 p.m.—Union service in the family .called s on Mrs. Lois Roberts; Congregational church. _ of Centerville, Monday. , i- Monday, 10:30 a. m.—District Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whiting and.? ^rence «> nvenes at Trin ityMeth- Mr. and Mrs. C E. Grace of Gowan-V*\* 0 ^.^'^ K „ Y ' m l WBoV Wednisla\ 0 ^ ^ ^ lv ' m \«M ^A * m - Mid \^ ek ' Thursday, 3 p. m.—Meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society and election of i 'O'fficers for the ensuing year.. Tureen supper served at 6 p. m. i <v • * ain. Miss Freda Laird, left Monday night for her school in Westwood, £T. J. ^ Miss Virginia in town Tuesday. Charles-Stenson is-driving a'new Pontfac sedan. ' Mr. and Mrs. Myron Lewis and son Junior of Buffalo and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Davis of Norwalk, O.,. vis­ ited at W. M^ Pinney's, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. David Hooper spent Sunday and. Monday with Mr., and Mrs. Arthur Prey at, Niagara Falls, going from there to Silver Lake to spend the week. Miss Kathleen Stenson is attending the Training Class at Delevan. Whitney Kuenn of Franklinville was in town Monday. Dorothy Pudvin of Buffalo called on Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Hodge and other old friends in Arcade last week. , Miss Harriet Prey returned to her work in Buffalo, Monday, after a long, severe illness. Sunday. , Mrs. Estelle Barber of Java Vil lage is visiting her son, Lester Bar­ ber and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Danser ahd son of Olean spent a week at M. M. Hatch's. , Stanley Hatch' and family attend­ ed the fair at Westfield.^Friday. — L Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hendershott, i ut-.-^u, „. Mrs. Ellen Stearns and Mrs. Alice Metcalf of Bliss was McNair were calling on friend?, in 'Springville Sunday afternoon. • Eleanor Deitrman, who has been visiting aunt* -~d cousins in Arcade has returned home to Wethersfield Springs. Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Williams of Freedom, and Mrs. Henry Fuller were in Buffalo Friday last. Mr it Li. S. Bentley- was in LiHle ValleyTTtieBday. _ , Miss Lillian Baker is on the sick list. Mrs. Ellen Healy has been at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Beste Gould at Holland\ the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pixley and family visited Mr. and Mrs, Earl Pix­ ley at Crosby, Pa., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Blakeley of Buffalo visited Mrs. Hattie Blakeley Tuesday. Little Jane Blakeley re- , turned home with them after spend (ing a week with her grandmother. Miss Charlotte White returned on Monday to Port Washington- j?here she will teach this year. Mr. Francis Connors will leave-on Tuesday to enter his Senior year at Notre Dame University, South Bend, Ind. • : Mrs. Mabel Freeland is the guest, of Mrs. John Remington. ENTERTAINED IN HONOR OF SHELDON EDWARDS Mr. Clayton Andrews entertained the employees of the North Java Bank and the Arcade First National Bank, .Saturday night at dinner, fol­ lowed by a. theatre party, in Buffalo,- in honor of Sheldon Edwards,' who leaves in two weeks for Syracuse University. Sheldon was presented •with a steamer trunk. ——ARCADE BAPTIST CHURCH Worship at 10:30 a. m. Sermon: \Half Educated for Life.\ Church school at 11:45- a. ra. We had a fair start last Sunday, but we want more with us next Sunday. , Union evening service in the Con­ gregational^ church at 7:30. Next Wednesday, 6:80, supper con­ ference of' church . school workers with the Rev. F. H. Wiilkens, director of religious education\ of' Buffalo: 1 This will be a tureen supper. Work­ ers please come promptly. Mr. Will- kens will speak at the prayer service at 7:30 p. m^, for all-who car* to come. Mr. Wiilkens soon goes to Rochester to direct religious educa­ tion for all the churches of that city and MQnroe County. His visit will be of great valtie to us. Give him a good hearing. ^ ARCADE M. E. CHURCH SANDUSKY M. E. CHURCH Rev. Walter W. Dailey, Pastor. Sunday, 9:30 a. m.—Morning wor­ ship . Our special Home Coming service. Let every family be repre­ sented with a full delegation. 10:30 a. m.—Sunday school. The studies in school have been resumed! Keep pace with your other accumu­ lation of knowledge with the Bible truth, without which your life will be a failure. Thursday, 7:45 p. m —Mid-week Prayer service. Rev. Walter W. Dailey, Pastor. Sunday, Our Home-Coming Day. Invitations have been sent out to a large number of our members and friends to attend the'jnorning serv­ ice and we expect a large response. The vacation season is over and our young\ people are either back in school or leaving shortly for college or special training. We wish to LOIS CHURCHILL ~ \An Expert in Ladies Hairdressing is occupying' space in '. my Barter Shop and will be pleased to ;•• serve all ladies.' {Special Price of 50c for Marcel Wave On Friday and Saturday Regular price 75c Don't forget that always the best of work and ser­ vice is found here. WHITE PALACE BARBER SHOP ALTON HOLMES 'Liberty Street. Arcade, N. Y.

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