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NEWARK COURIER-GAZETTE AND MARION ENTERPRISE, NEWARK', N. Y. THURSDAY, JULY 10.J94I TELEPHONE 7 IM L* (Gordon H. Cliffe of Tacoma, 6 Washingtinngton, Campbell Cliffe of -Rochester, Arthur Eggleston and 34rs. May Puller of Brockport' ScaUpd on Mrs Frederick Cliffe, Friday, July 4th. Mrs Hazel Appleman of East rRifahester called recently upon hifer aunts, Miss Mary Gilman and Miss Prances Gilman. Mr, ana Mrs. John Davis and daughter of Sodus were dinner idaday guests on Sun at the home of C. L. Seybold. Mrs. Janette Doughty of Roch­ ester was a guest over the •• Fourth and the week-end at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Al­ bert Curtis and family. Miss Ada Sattori of Delhi arid Mrs. George MacLaren of White Plains, accompanied Miss Jessie .Kenyon home from the Geneseo i summer school for the holiday . and week-end. Mr and Mrs. Albert L. Dean -and Mr. and Mrs. George Shears «'®f -Williamson enjoyed a picnic =supper-em July 4th at the home , of Mr and Mrs. E. D. DeRight ih ,t v,.Williamson. , Mrs. O. B Roper and son Eugene spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. • Bryson Caflandaigua and -iielpsd celebrate their 45th wed- -ding anniversary on July 4th. ■■ • Mr. Roper jomed them'on Sun- day. , - Dr. Arthur Besemer, James • • Boekhout, Mrs. M. B.. Dean and - Mrs. C. R. Curtis represented - Marion at the meeting of the • Republican county committee •i at the court house in Lyons, > - Thursday, July 3rd. , Private Howard Bushart was 1 .home on furlough last weej^and ■ • has -been transferred to Tffhp Meade m Maryland. ’ ■> Donald Leno and Miss Marie •, Boerman drove to Scranton, Pa., . July 4th. ■ “ . Mr. and Mrs. Elmer. Lybart and sons, Elmer, Jr., and John . David of New York City are . ,. spending their vacation in Mar­ ion-and visiting fhis brother, ; - Henry Lybart and family arid ■ his sister, Mrs. Abram DeMay ■ and- Mr. DeMay and brother . John Lybart. . Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lund- gren and daughter Florence of • - ■Ridgewood. N. J., called on Mr. and Mrs. E D. Williamson Sat­ urday. ' .Mr, and Mrs. G. D. Young of • - Williamson-spent Sunday after- noon -and evening with Mrs. Jessie Short. ■--..-Mr and Mrs. Julian Cambier of Watsontown, Pa., spent the week-end JEn -Marion, bringing , his mother, Mrs James Cambier .who been .their guest for Hwo weeks. - ’ ; Mfss. ■Matilda Parsons and her •sister and son of East.William­ son called on MiSs Mary Gilman and Miss Frances Gilman Sun­ day. Charles W. Short and family have moved from Palmyra into the house on Buffalo Street re­ cently vacated by Adrian De- •sRidder. A reunion of the DeWisp elaere family was held July 4th at the home of Isaac DeWispelaere -west of Marion. The party num­ bered thirty including: Mr. ahd Mrs. Jacob DeWispelaere, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pierson ahd family of Newark, Mr. and Mrs. John .DeWispelaere and son of Joy, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Porrey of Walworth, Peter DeWispe­ laere of Fort- Knox, Kentucky, Mrs. S. C. Schyve of Rochester, -Miss Florence Crane of Seneca Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Day­ ton and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson and two chil­ dren and Mr. and Mrs. James DeWispelaere and two children of Marion. Mrs. Jennie Davis has sold her home on South Main St. to Mrs. Mary DeFisher, who will take possession August Mr. and Mrs. Edward William­ son spent July 4th with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Morrison at :Conesus. Miss Marian Tellier returned home Thursday from the Clif­ ton Spnngs Sanitarium where • she recently underwent an ap­ pendectomy. Mrs. EfBe Lepeltak and Mrs. -Gertrude Hoekje, both of Spring Lake, Michigan, are visiting their son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Lepeltak ahd family ... Mr.. and Mrs. Milo VanHall, ^accompanied by his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Jacob VanHall and his grandmother, Mrs. Jacob De- May enjoyed a trip from Thurs­ day to Sunday to the Adiron- dacks, the Berkshires, Albany, Hillsdale and Munnsville where they spent two nights with Mr. and Mrs. William Hollenbeck. Milo VanHall is attending the summer school session at Syra­ cuse University. Mrs. Joseph Lenway of Boone- Vijle is staying for a time with Mbs. Jacob Valore in Williamson. James Capiccis of Malone was a guest on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Austin. Mr, and Mrs. Harry Knapp of Port Jervis spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sey­ bold bringing with them her mother. Mrs. Adeline Casterton, who had been their guest in Port Jems for several weeks. Mi and Mrs. Knapp left Mon-, day for a vacation trip in Can­ ada. Adrian Benedict of Fairport and Mrs. Louise Williams of Rochester spent Saturday at the home of their ' brother, George Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Potter of Rochester were in Marion Sat­ urday to call on Mrs. Fanny Snyder of Norwalk, Conn., and other ^friends. Mr, and Mrs. Ethan G. Sny­ der of Norwalk, Conn., were guests of her brother Lucieri J. Sweezey and family from Thuijg- day to Sunday afternoon. 'His mother, Mrs. Fannie Potter Sny­ der who came with them was the guest of Mrs. Jessie Short and other friends in Marion. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Johnson of North Syracuse visited at the home of her brother, L. B. Hol­ lister, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Lottie Wagner is spend­ ing a few Weeks with her sister, Mrs. Carrie Levinger in Roches­ ter. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Herm­ anet have announced the en­ gagement of their daughter, Anna and Raymond Rommel,, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lysear Rommel. Mrs. Charles Snyder and daughter returned Saturday: with Mrs. Charles Beale and Miss Florence Beale, who spent the Fourth with Carl Beale and family in Watertown. hi connection with the Home­ coming Service at the Baptist Church Sunday, June 29th, news was received of the death of Walter Bertrand McNinch, D.D., which occurred suddenly at Cortland, N. Y„ May 2, 1941, at the age of 74 years. Mr. McNinch was pastor of the Marion Bap­ tist Church, 1898-1904 and later held pastorates in Camillus and Truinahsburg. He leaves two daughters, Mfs. E, Truinan Wright and Mrs. Joseph Scales. ■Willard Calhoun was kept from his duties at the post-office last wpek by illness. Merritt, Francis and Frederick Witter of Wellsville, N. Y., were guests over'the Fourth at the home of Warley Witter. Mr. and Mrs. Barnet Corbin and son Richard of Potsdam spent a few days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mer­ ritt VanOstrand. Edgar' T. Luce visited his brother William Luce in Niagara Falls last week. Morris Dean was home from Schenectady over the holiday and week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Austin and son Rodney spent last week with relatives in Potsdam, Ma­ lone and Trout River. Shirley and Barbara Cornell accompan­ ied'them as far as Watertown and spent,the week with their grandparents, Mr, . and Mrs. Charles Cornell. • ■’ • Carl P. Fairbanks of William­ son, Miss Eleanor Fairbanks of Albany and Janet Harper of Clyde were. Sunday afternoon guests at the home iof S. B. Ciir-tis. Mr. arfd Mrs. E. D. William­ son called Saturday afternoon on Miss Luella, Tozer who is a patient at the Clifton Springs Sanitarium, having been operat­ ed upon last week for appendi­ citis. Miss Joanne Jores of Syracuse was' a guest last week of her grandmother, Mrs. B. E. Luce. Mr. and Mrs. Milton , Smith and Mr. and Mrs. John Soxby of Victor, called on Mr. and Mrs. George Benedict Sunday after­ noon. Among those who were in Walworth for the Fourth were: Mr. and Mrs. Karl Morrison, Mrs. W. P. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Wes­ ley Nye; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cortevffie, Mf. 'and Mrs. Mal­ colm Bremner, Mrs. Carrie Love, Miss Ruby Love of Clyde, Mrs, Jacob Valore, Mrs. Joseph Len- ,way, Mr. .and Mrs. George Top­ ping. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Bushart, Mrs. Robert Pembroke and Mrs. Peter Petty of Ontario visited Alfred Thurston several days last -week in Trenton, Ontario. Miss Angie Rich was a guest last week of her aunt, Mrs. E. D. DeRight in Williamson. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Wilson, Mrs. Jennie Sweezey, Albert Feller and Mrs. Lee Domser spent July 4th at Panther Lake. Mrs. Domser remained for .the week-end. Guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Abram W. • Fisher were Mrs. Raymond Wright and daughter—Jean, Miss Barbara Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Fisher and son Richard of New­ ark, Mr. and Mrs. MUo Fisher of Sodas, Albert Sales and Miss Margaret Howland of Victor, • Chester Sanford of Clifton Springs and Mr. and Mrs. Fred­ erick Sanford of»Palmyra spent the Fourth with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sanford. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lent, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson .Keesler spent last week at • Saranac and nearby points, About forty members of the VanGee family enjoyed a re­ union on July 4th at the home of Mr., and Mrs. Stanley Bush­ art east of Marion. Mr. and Mrs. Henry VanKou­ wenberg. and sons, Robert and Roger, and Mr. and Mrs. Mat­ thew Johnson were at Alexan­ dria Bay and Thousand Islands over the holiday and week-end. Gordon Schoonerman. Stan­ ley DeNearing. Shirley Stark and Madeline Cook spent the holiday at Crystal Beach. A daughter, Sharon Lee, weighing 6'/2 pounds, was born Thursday, July 3. 1941., to Mr. and Mrs. Willard P. VanGee. Mr. and Mrs. James Dolan and Mr. and Mrs. R. Fauchett of Newark, N. J„ were guests over the holiday and week-end of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Nevil and Mrs. Bessie Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Dolan remained for the w;eb, Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Besemer were guests on Sunday of Mrs. Archie Hoover in Ludlowville. Mary Fay Lookup of Lyons spent last week at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Peter Naeye and family. Mr. aind Mrs. Francis Dean and daughters attended the Pieters family reunion held Friday, July 4th, to Perkir.s Park. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leno spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leno in Mace- don. Lynn and Jerry Francisco of Cato spent last week with their sister, Mrs. Alvin VanGee and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peterson of Buffalo were dinner guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller of Orchard Park visited Mr. and Mrs. Georgs Benedict over Tues­ day night. Mr. and Mrs, Orson Crane and daughter, Eva, enjoyed a trip over the holiday week-end to Old Forge and the Adirondacks. Guests at the T. F. Young home Sunday included John Moon of Schenectady, James Kinsella, Jr., Rochester, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Porter and daughter of Penn Yan, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peterson of Buffalo.' • Mrs.\- Nicholas Bruinix and family of Arkport are spending the week with her mother, Mrs. Jennie Goossen. Miss Elizabeth White left Tuesday evening of this week for Keuka Park where she will at­ tend the Baptist Young People’s Summer Assembly in session July 8-19 at Keuka College Orieri Farrell of Sanford, Flor­ ida, a schoolmate of George Eick, returned with him from Florida and will spgnd the sum­ mer vacation in Marion. Dr. John Hoeffler and daugh­ ter, Miss Jean Hoeffler of New- : ark called Saturday at the home | of W. J. White. Miss Hoeffler ' will te&ch in Goshen, N. Y., the State College for Teachers. ’ Mr. and Mrs, Peter Keufcefaer enjoyed, a motor trip last1 week from Tuesday through Friday into Canada. They entered by the International Bridge and visited Kingston. Ottawa, arid Montreal, the trip covering .1600 miles. v tended school fat-Marion for the past'three years, joined his par­ ents in Binghamton last • week and returned with them to New York City. The Women’s Contract Club had dinner on Tuesday evening of this week at Holloway Hov.se in East Bloomfield. attended the Rouse family re­ union in Canandaigua last Sun­ day. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Emmel- kamp and-Mr' and Mrs.', Jacob Dfewolf and Miss Elsie DeWolf of Marion attended the funeral last Wednesday Of Mrs. ’ John DeWolf of Rochester. coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gilzow of Baltimore, Md., are spending their vacation in Marion, Roch­ ester and Vine Valley and have been this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Dean. Mrs. Orba Finn and son James and daughter Catherine of Gen­ eva were callers at the Rogers home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James DeWispe­ laere and family and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac DeWispelaere and family were in Newark Sunday to see their brother Peter De­ Wispelaere, who returned Sun­ day to Fort Knox in Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Mosher and two sons left Monday for Syracuse where Mr. Mosher is taking a summer course in Syra­ cuse University. Wayne Mitchell and John Moon of Schenectady were in Marion for, the Fomth and Mrs Mitchell and little son returned with them on Sunday. Mrs. Herbert White and daughter Elizabeth, Miss Carrie White and Miss Erminic White spent July 4th and the week-end at their cottage on Sodus Bay. Mr. and Mrs. Donald RusSell and two children of Washington, D. C.. and David Russell spent the week-end with their mother, Mrs. May V. Russell. Mrs. Frank S. Mosher of Pal­ myra was a guest Thursday aft­ ernoon and evening at the home of O. D. Crane. Jack Hall was in Michigan on a business trip last week. Mr. aind Mrs. Jacob DeWolf and Elsie DeWolf in company with friends from ' Victor en­ joyed a picnic dinner at Stor.y Brook State Park Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Verdow and daughter, Shirley, accom­ panied by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tilburg and sons, Eugene and, George of Palmyra enjoyed a three-day trip last week motor­ ing through the Catskills and Adirondack Mountains. Private Isaac DePoint, who is now stationed at Camp Djx, was home over the Fourth’ and the' week-end. Mrs. Norma Rich of Rochester is a guest this week of Mrs. B. E. Luce. A family picnic was held Sun­ day at the home of Camiel Brandt, guests from out of town including Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schlieter, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Schliefrer, Mr. and Mrs. George Kubitz and family, Mrs. Bertha Kubitz, all of Rochester and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon DeCann of Palmyra. Mr. arid Mrs. A. I. Marshall re­ turned Monday after a week’s vacation. . Mrs. Stella Turner is staying tor several weeks with Mrs. Mary Ireland in Caledonia. ; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Boss en­ tertained July 4th Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shippers and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. James Boekhout. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Morrison. Mrs. W. P. Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Nye spent July 4th at Powder Mill Park. Miss Mina Goossen has re­ turned to Buffalo where sh? is a member of the faculty for the Summer Session at. the Buffalo The children and grandchil­ dren of Mr. and Mrs. Pe.ter.An­ derson to the number of 40 met at the home of their parents on Sunday with a picnic dinner in honor of Mrs. Anderson’s birth­ day which occurred on July 3rd. Miss PatriciaVw-Ich of Utica is a guest for this month of her cousin, Betsey Rich. Mrs. Alvah Walker was a guest Monday afternoon at a tea given by Mrs. Gordon Kennedy in Rochester in honor of Mrs. Al­ fred W. Howe of White Plains. Mrs. Walker is entertaining Mrs, How 2 and Mas. Harold Metisr pf Rochester at luncheon _ this Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wiedrick of Detroit spent the, week-end with ifer parents, Mr. ana Mrs. Henry Alien and sister, Mrs. Stanley Viele and family. Alien Viele returned with them fa Detroit for a visit. 1 Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Har­ old Fowler on July 4th were Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Cajrroll and son of Rochester and Dr. arid Mrs. Hilton Spencer and family of Webster. Mrs. Stanley Hance and daughter, Lucinda, spent Tues­ day with Mrs, William Merritt in Rochester and called on their aunt, Mrs. Loviha DuBoisN who has been confined to her bed for'many weeks with an injured knee. Miss Mauriel Kirsch was a guest from Thursday to Satur­ day at the home of Warley Wit­ ter. Members of the Smith fariiily including Mr. and Mrs. William Howell, Mr. and Mfs. Noxval Croucher, Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Croucher and son, Mi-, and Mrs. Fred Lookup and daughter, Mfs. Mary Ray, Miss Mabel Smith and Miss Mildred Smith Were entertained July 4th by Mr, and Mrs. Johh Howell at Pultney--' ville. Daniel Bushart is improving after a severe, illness last week. Cornelius Otto, Jr., of Bough-' keepsie was in town over Sun­ day, a guest of Russell Freeman. Private Howard M. Hance his been transferred from Fort Eustis and leaves this week for army service in Hawaii. The Misses Rita Kiefer aiid Kathleen Pioch of Rochester were guests over the week-end at Stone Lodge\.: ........ Mrs. Marie Mitchell of Sodus was a guest over Sunday of Mrs.. Malcolm Bremner. Homer VanHall was home from Altoona, Pa,, over the Fourth and the week-end. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Van Hall entertained at dinner Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Eysvogel and: three children of Rochester, Jacob VanHall and Mr. and Mrs. Josiah VanHanegem and daugh­ ter. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Viele and family of Syracuse are guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. HCnry Allen and . Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Viele and family. Miss Jean Morrison has been visiting friends in Utica. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hammond and Miss Mona Hammond sp:nt the Fourth and the week-end at their cottage at Panther Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Moose and Roy Young with Mr. and Mrs. William Merritt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Merritt, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Young and Mr. and Mrs. William Smith of Roches­ ter enjoyed a fishing trip over the holiday week-end to Shar- bot Lake in Canada. Jack Farnham, who has aff—Books, Theron Forbes repeived word Friday morning, July 4, of the serious illness father, George Forbes in Batavia, due to a heart attack and later that his father bad passed away before he .was able to reach hiiin. Mrs. Phoebe Hoff is spending a few days at the home of her nephew, Chester Gridley, in Phelps. Guests this week of Mrs. Lee Domser are Mr. Domser’s mother and his aunt, Mrs. Frank Dom­ ser and Mrs. Bud- Barton, of Syracuse. ’ '• Sgt. Fred VanOstrand,. wife and son Garrett from; Ft, Han­ cock, N. J., wene with his par­ ents; Mr. and Mrs,.Merritt Van Ostrand, over the , Fourth, • all spending Saturday with Mr. apd Mrs. Leslie Cambier and family and Mr. and Mrs. Barnet Corbjn and son in Webster. . The annual reunion of the Peck family was bfeld July 4th at the home of Mrs. Arthur Tur­ ner, with 37 .present, including relatives from Williamson, Puft- neyville, East Williamson and Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. William Chap­ man, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth, Johnson, Robert and Herbert, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Morrison, Tom and Betty, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chapman- and two children Marion Firemen Plan Best Carnival Ever, Marion—According to Edward Williamson, publicity manager, Marion Volunteer Fire Depart­ ment has completed plans for a Carniyal to be held August 1st and 2nd, in Firemen’s Park. - The committees in charge of trie various activities, reported at the meeting held Tuesday evening, July 1, tffat each assignment was well taken pare of ahd. that'they were ready fa put. on jhe best Carniyal' ever ^atfahptfa in this, village; wrilkagipbhr JaSeh .UniqueTropical B e l t ' . , • -Or&rigesr- and lemon trees are being- . planted on Baldhead, •North Carolina’s unique tropical belt-; .. , CARD OF THINKS We- wish to {hank our friends and neighbors. for, beautiful flowers, offering of cars and other- expressions of sympathy during thie loss of husband and father. Mrs. Anna Moshier - . htr. and Mrs. Robert Hart ISflp '. and family Annual Financial Report Of the Board Education of Marion Central School, Marion, N. Y. July 1, 1940 through Jane 30, 1941' - Receipts Balance on hand July 1, 1940 ................................... $ Public money received from county treasurer ......... Amount deducted by State from public money fdr retire- 'o n account of district (excluding 54.02 60,923.27 4% by ment fund deduction! ............ Amount deducted this year from teacher’s wages board, of education for teachers retirement fand ... From academic fund fo? nonresident tuition ................ Federal allotment for vocational -education - ...V ...-. __ From tax on property ..................................>, . ............ From transportation of nonresident pupils ..... ........ .. From return taxes received from' the county treasurer .. Supplementary Quota-—Public' Funds ■<Building Quota) Rent ........ ........ : ..............................v ................. 2,359.99 1,502.32 3,501.39 678.98 18,6761)7 710.00 1,15446 789.67 180.00 . ,$ 40,029.73 Total ......................................... .. ................ . Operation of SchoKri Plant Wages of janitors and other employees .............. $ 3,307.18 iFuel ........................................................ 1,618.71 Water ................................................ 141.44 Light and power .................................................................. 1,160.00 Janitor’s Supplies ................................................................ 1,198.86 General care of grounds ...................................................... 7.40 Services other than personal ............................................. 179.10 Other expenses of operation ............................................. 5.00 B R U S H E S • GLASS MIRRORS PAINTERS SUPPLIES CLEAN-UP AIDS WALLHIDE INTERIOR FLAT SEMI-GLOSS a n d GLOSS WATERSPAR ENAMELS a n d VARNISHES S U N - P R O O F HOUSE PAINT FLORHIDE ENAMEL LUMBER CO. [MARION PHONE 34511 PAINT STYLING HEADQUARTERS $ Total .................................. .......... .......... Expenditures . General Control ' School Elections .................... . ..................... Board of education and clerk’s office ....; Other expenses of business control ................ . ................ Educational administration-^Saiaties & expenses ....... Enforcement of compulsory education,? thianeyriaws & ; census ........ : __ • .......... ___ ________ •Other expenses of 'educatioiiaKcdiitfol ........... .$ 90,530.17 *30.79 633.00 204.53 34.10 1 0 0 # 84.08 Total ........ Instructional Service Salary of .principal mid teachers Salaries of principal’s, secretary <Ss office'assistants Other expenses of principal's O f f i c e . ..... Other expenses of supervision. Textbooks ................. I ................... ; __ Other supplies used in instruction v.. .-rrTT-. Other expenses of instruction ..... . .; ........... | 1,086.50 35,780.00 1,012.50 19.00 \ 781,57 806.50 1,883.73 449.43 Total .................................. Maintenance o f School Plant Upkeep of grounds __ Repair of buildings ___ Repairs and replacements Of heating, lighting and p, < Of apparatus used in insti Of furniture ....... Of other equipment . .. .$ 7,617.69 97.59 825,40 bing equipment tion .................... 157.06 444.88 408.48 257.13 Total ......... . ................................... .. ........ Auxiliary agencies and sundry activities Libraries, salaries ............. . ............................ repairs arid replacements .......... Other expenses for libraries ........ .............. Promotion of health—Medical inspection .. (Nurse service ............ Dental service Other expenses: __ Transportation of resident pupils ...........:.. Provision of lunches.................................... .. .$ 3,190.54 700.00 176.33 88K1 391.50 l,300.flf0 45.00 29.88 5,046.73 9.50 Total Fixed Charges ,$ 7,‘787,25 WANTED - i Cheiry pickers,. 4 miles south' of'- Sodus> Adrian DeNeef, Phone Godus 2514,’ Pensions—State Teachers Retirement System ;lnsurance—Buildings .................................. Transportation ................ .' ......... . . ;r Qther expenses ......................... .$ 2,359.99 535.00 324.30 607.34 Total .................. ................. ..................... 'Debt Service Redemption of bonds .................. . ..................... (Redemption of short term loans Payment of interest on bonds ____ Payment of interest on short term loans .$ 3,826.63 .$ 4,500.00 . 15,000.00 . 2,867.50 . 1,303.73 • Total ........... . ................................. . Capital Outlay Grounds—new land ................... 1 ___ Old buildings and equipment : Furniture ....................................... .. New apparatus ................................ Other capital outlay ......... . ^Libraries—.new books ........................... .$ 23,691,23 .$ 359.15 59;75 673.53 132.72 212192 - Total .............................................. Total Payments for the year . Balances at close of the y e a r . x 1,438.07 ........ $ 87,067.64 2,862.53 Total Payments and Balances ----- ,.•■ .. ......... $ 9Cs530.17 , I have audited the books and records of the collector, clerk (and treasurer of Marion Central Rural School for the year ended June 30, 1941 and I hereby Certify: That the books were well kept in all. .particulars; That the disbursements amounted td $87,667.64; (these dis bursements include $1,502.32 deducted from teacher’s salaries and an additional amount of $2,359.09, both of these amounts with­ held out of Public Money for teachers’ fefcifameivb fund.) That the disbursements were corirectly recoraed and properly vouched for and authorized by the board;, „ . , That the amount received fdr taxes, $18,616.07, agrees with ■tlie tax roll $20,033.54 except for $1,357.4=7 still due from county Treasurer for returned taxes; aiid . . ' . T$iat the balance on hand Juiie 30, 1941 amounted to $2,862.53. WILLIAM « . HALLOCK, , . * . 'Dertiflied jP-ubEe Acjeountant cents a word; nuriiiinum charge 50 cents. Two insertions, 10% off total; 3 or more insertions 20% off tptal Copy must be in the ^Newark Courier-Gazette office not later than 10 A. M. Wednesdays. Private Instruction PITMAN STENOGRAPHY, touch typing, book-keeping. Freder­ ick Myers, 106 Budd Road, Newark. Established 1894. - . 13t-14p WANxisD--Clean white cottJ rags Courier-Gazette OffSI WANTED-Used c^h Will nav cash Give c Help. W anted' WANTED — Experienced steno­ grapher.' AppSr by letter, Box B, Courier-Gazette office. 182tp WAITED — Maid .or houseman, for-.generar housework. 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Box m . v t m Baby ChickT CHJX—'Young’s and ChrisbJ New Hampshire Reds atl Porter’s _ White Leghofal blood tested; bred for produei tion, site and color of M - Specials^ 4ri. J.® . Fries, Hatcher s-J • Breeder, 534 Vienna St r U .. ihyray; N,-Y. Phone 69-R. '. I '■ : •' ■ u9-f \Alive or Dead WAITED (Dead stock. • Dcjl hprse_s $3.50.. Cows $2.00. ( ■ or\ disabl'ea horses $3.50 « $5/00. Prompt service. Watel • loo, Aniffi&I Products. ph0M •{reveille charges) to Watetll 208V Glenn' Daughters. Manll ger. '. - NANMSD—He'althy or horses or . cattle, dead . alive,,. Wayne Mink Rancli . Marion, N. Y. Call reveti : Maripn 5104 .or 5241. HIGHEST PRICES for hori cattle, dead or alive. Earn Welchrir . SOn, NeWatl Phehe. 78o; reverse call. u45,i| Lffgal Notices Real Estate For Rerit FOR R|WT—Eight rOolri honise, double garage, at • 244; .Wrist Ave. Available. Sept. 1st.\ In­ quire 3: Hplley.'St.,- Lydnt. i9tlp FOR, RENT—Half double hou§fe at. 213: W est .J^er.^tvLYiriTso house dn Blossom Road: PhQne 507_.br Mall‘,at i.03 .Llly.St;, l'9tf U. S. Crop Acres '• Of the 1,004,000,000- acres of land. in. • continental United Crrifa’werc harvested from '32f,- 747,900'acfes.'\ ' Pursuant fa order of the Bui rogafa iof Wayne -County, notil is. hereby given to all person having Claims, against Frank / Sherman, Idte’ of Newark, deceased1, to-present same will vouchers, td the subscript | his ofifirie, Newark, N. Y., el orfaefore September l, 1941. Dated: February 25, 1941. - n C harles h . herrick ,I u9-26t' Executol 1 NOTICE Notice is hereby given thl License. No.. HB.-472 has beel issued.tq/the.undersigned to sel 'beqi-, a t , retdil>,,unde r sec tion Jfl 76 _VoL vtlie ’ '(Alcoholic Beveriil Cohfiroljl;Law at' 4 Water Strefl Nevfack;’ Wayne County, _Ne| York-Stiate[ for on premises con suriiptiph,; •' - ,1 FRED-AND LAURA YGUHtJ „ > • r . ; --Young's Hotel, - i '• . -.1 .Water Street,1; 19-2t, Newark; New York i S t a t e m e n t o f t h e F i r s t N a t i o n a l B a r Marion, N. Y. Charter No. 16546 -.' . • Reserve District Mo.l REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE.FIRST NATIONAL BANK 01 MARION, IN THE STATE fftF NEW YORK, AT THE ClOSl OF BUSINESS ON JUNE 30, J941, PUBLISHED IN RESPONJ TO CALL MADE BY COMPmOLLER OF THE CURRENC1 UNDER SECTION 5211,U. S. REVISED STATUTES . ASSETS Loans and. discounts {including $4.88 overdrafts) ......... $ 51 0.639.7 United States Government obligations, direct and guar- J anteed 24 .« 7 | Other bonds, notes, and debentures ............. . • — 20.311G Corporate sfacks, including stock Of FSderar Reserve bank' ........... 8*11*1 Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve bal- ance, and caSh items in process of collection 222,812.9 Bank premises owned, $4,973.55; furniture and fixtures. \ $3,Tlft97 . i i . '. . .;, ................. Real estate.owned other than hank premises ............... Total Assets .......................... $800,167.1] LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and cor- _ porations .......................: ..................... $ 199 ,mw Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, arid corpora- . j tions• ...................................... 423 J 0 WI Deposits-of States arid political sUbdivisioris ............ Deposits of banks . ............... .............. 20000 . .M Other deposits (certified and cashier’s checks,, etc.) ....... 10 5“ \ Total. Deposits ................. $679,500.54 - Other liabilities ........................... 2280.1 , 65,01 50,000,01 1.3062\ 2.079.G \(b) Gfaer afaefa pledged to secure deposits .and other (e) •’ .to t a l: ____ Secured liabfiities (a) Dfep^sits secured by pledged assets -pursuant to requirements of law ...... . . ........... ................. (d) Total .................. S 22-6 k Mr .md Mrs. Cl ley and daughtd feochfUer were re fat the home of A Edward’ Mundy Of Miss Luella ai J>eiow of Wilson S Ed at a house p a ■andaigua Lake ov ■day week-end Mrs [ers and daughte: ■John Marsh, Lu-eil war'd Doyle, Hel-sr lallantvne of- Rc _Aima Felow of Roi Fert Lawrence of ■City, and Mr. and ■McGreevy of Can; Mr. and Mrs. Ri< land sons, Richard Iof Rochester spen lend with her pare ilrs. A. E. Peake ; iAve. Total Liabilities ........ ' .................... $681,781.3 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital Stock: (a) Class A preferred, total par $40,000.00, retirabie Value $40,000:00. (Rate of dividends pri retirabie value is 3%) * (c) Common stock, total par $25,000.00 ................. Surplus .......... ........................... . ........ . .................................. Undivided profits ............................. . ...................... Reserves (and retirement account for preferred stock) Total Capitrii Accounts ............ ; ............... •• • Toted LlabiBtjeS Arid Oapitai sAC,counts ................ ■■ 800.167. j MEMORANDA' Pledged assets (andi.securitiesIqaried) (book value): $ 10097.51 , Thomas and Jo.s Icino of East Mille led the All-Star g Itroit- Mich., Tuesr Miss Marie Krei Icuse and Mrs. Kai Iof Eochester Calif jLouise DeWiMe |Road Monday. Mr. and Mrs, lEisher. Mr.' and fPieiTe. and Mr. ' [G. Howard enjoy) ■Sunday at Spi'onj Mrs Kenneth < linfant son have Itheir home on. W Tfron: Newark Hi afah Ledain 6fa‘( tearing for them’. Mr and Mrs. E< Iof Church St. sp ■day week-end visi land friends in ti ■part of the state. . Miss Edna Jan |Cou...:i.-. St. is si (keek,, m Roches Iguest of her cous: |Pau=rson. Mr and Mrs. i |Puyt of Wilson Si Jneschv aftevnooi Ichildren at Cana Miss Louise Sn iPgue, Long Islaric ■Miriam Feller ar lgaret McCullough |on Monday and 1 .$ 14,857.51 State of New York, Cotirity of Wayne, ss: J I, R. G- Btish,- president of the above-named bank, do sol 1 swear that the above statement is true fa the best of my ‘l edge and belief. . R. s. RUSH. Prps- Sworn to and subscribed before me this 7th day of JUly, 10.41. E. J. WHITE, Notriry Public. ' Correct—Attest: ■ . .. C. N.. JAGGER, C. R. PRATT, R. S. ROGERS, . . . - ... . Director. -■

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