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Geneva daily times. (Geneva, N.Y.) 1911-1955, June 03, 1920, Image 6

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<M#f *H* r * ^f AGE six ' YisZ 4* fct^ We Can Save You 75 Per Cent of Your Tire Value ¥ •* I (ft ^ r\ The greater part of a tire value is in the car- fcass. Yet many tires are discarded because the tread is worn out. •With a Miller Ad-On-A-Tire we will maSe! your worn tires practically as good as when you , bought them. After applying the Ad-On-A-Tire yon marmot tffl-the old tire from-a-new y -except that it is over-size and more puncture-proof than a new tire. > The Miller Ad-On-A-Tire is built like a tire without beads. It is made of tough, buoyant Tubber with several, layers of fabric The side v -watts completely cover jthe tire and eiineh under the rim. And it also has the famous tread that fir Geared-to-the-Road. The many caterpillar feet of this^read engage with the ground like cogs. You are assured com- plete traction and greater safety. Any tire, regardless of make, can be re-miled with a Miller Ad-On-A-Tire. Bring your worn tires, and we will show you how we can lengthen their life. VANDERHOFF, the Vulcanizer, 19 E. Castle •GENEVA VULCANIZING CO., 329 Main Street. THE RO-DE-COMPANY 19 Tillman Street MEETING OF POMONA GRANGE ••• • • • ' • • Miss Harriette Carpenter To Give Address on \What a Woman Can Do\ la expected that there will be a roll call of those tfiat arc present and each person will be- expected to give his or her presidential preference. Following GRADUATES 14 Members of Class Receive Diplomas at the Clifton Springs Training School < 1 - »' \ Clifton Springs, June 3—This even- ing the Clifton Springs Training: School for nurses, will graduate a class of 14 in the Sanitarium Chapel. Following are the members of the class: Misa»Edna Rockstroch of New York City.^liss Blanche B. Campbell of Brandon, Man., Miss Olive X>. Sin- clair, Perth, Ontario, Miss Elizabeth. May High, Shelkirlr, Ontario, Miss .Mary C. Lodge, of Troy,. N. Y:, Miss Ruby Cunningham, Peterborough, On- tario, Miss Margaret Hdytf Rochester, N. Y., Miss Mary Elizabeth Griffith,' Clifton Springs, N. \¥. Miss Olga B. Johnson, Ithaca, N. T., Miss Eleanor M. Swan, Sioux City, la.. Miss Frances B. Otis, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Miss- Gretta H. Rountree, Peter- borough, Ontario, Miss Elizabeth M. Sheldon, Lowville, N. T., Miss Mar- garet McKay Hallett, Lodl, N, T. The following is the program for the evening: March, orchestra; Scrip- ture Reading and Prayer, Rev. A. B. Richardson, D. D.; selection, orches- tra; address, Malcolm S\ Woodbury, JH. D.; selection, orchestra; presenta- tion of diplomas and school pins by Miss Alice V, Newton, R. N.; Bene- diction, Rev. S. H. Adams, D. D.; se- lection, orchestra. The class was entertained at sev- eral events, among which were the following: On> Tuesday, May 11th, the doctors entertained the class by a mo- tor trip to Watlcins Glen. On Thurs- day evening, May 13th, the Junior Class entertained by a dance in the solarium of the Sanitarium.—\Refresh- ments were served In the nurses' par- lor. Tuesday evening, June 1st, the Juniors gave a reception in the solar- ium to which the faculty and friends of the graduates were invited. Following the exercises in the chapel on Thursday evening there will be a reception in the solarium from 8:30 to 10:30. .The Alumnae banquet will be held on Friday even- ing, June 4th. GORHAM ——)- ). The Oldest In Ontario 5% SAVING DEPARTMENT -^ ' k „, INSTALLMENT ACCOUNTS . JO INCOME SHARE CERTIFICATES The Geneva Permanent Loan & Saving Association OFFICERS President, M. $.~StfNDFORD. Vice President, J. POPE D.LANEY, M.D. Treasurer, Wtt. O'HANLON Attorney, U W. KEYES DIRECTORS V M. JACOBS U J. LIGHT H. M. SCHOONMAKER H.'C MASLEY JOHN E. FARWELL, Secretary and Manager* 89 Seneca St, West ••h \- . Geneva, J?. T. OFFICE HOURS—Daily (except Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays) 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. Monday evtnings, 7 P. M. t » 3 P. M. Saturday*, 9 A. M. t o 12 Noon and 7 P. M. to 9 P.M. French—Wilcox. Gorham, June 3—A very pretty wed- ding took place at the Methodist church in this village Saturday after- noon when Charles French and Miss Myra Wilcox autoed over from Syra- cuse accompanied by -Dr. and Mrs. H, Ook to bo married In Gorham. Mrs. A. M. Phillips played Mendelssohn's wedding inarch nnd Rev. W. C. Cham- ber lain pastor of the church and - -Wend^ot the couple, performed the ceretnony. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Gbrden Lee. Mr. Chamber- lain had invited several of his neigh- bors to witness the ceremony, conse- quently the happy couple had a well decorated automobile as they left for a wedding trip. Gorham, June 3—Mr. and Mrs. Lor- thls the lion. Howard S, Fullagar. of l enzo Frltz and daughter Mildred and Perm Yan, will discuss the subject, s <m Mllford of Sencea .Falls came Sat- \Would yon purchase another trac- urday evening to spend over memorial tor.\ The present officers of the Yates da y witn Mr - an <i Mrs. Marvin Suth- Penn Yan, •June\' 3—Thp second quarterly meeting of the Yates Conn,- ly Pomona Grange will be held in Wendia hall In this village on Satur- day of the present week. It is expected iliat there will be a picnic dinner served to all those who may be in at- tendance. The program will consist of community singing, an address by rtlss Harriette Carpenter, of Big Flats, her subject being, \What a Woman Can Do.\ She manages a large farm near Blmlra. An effort is belns? made to have Mrs. Elizabeth Lambert, I'umona lecturer, from Sonera county, be present and to give an address. It County Pomona (Jrange are as fol- lows: Master, Arthur H. flapper; re- cording spcrotary, Glenn W. Owen; lecturer, L. Case Williams. It Is ex- pected that there will be a large at- tendance upon this meeting. Mrs. George S. Sheppard Penn Yan, June 3—Mrs. George S. Sheppard died at the fnmlly home on Main street In this village . Monday night after an illness of considerable duration, aged sixty years. Surviving are her husband, one son, Oliver and e rl and. John and Beatrice Newman went to Naples Saturday evening to ^spend decoration day with their grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Getzlngor. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Greene and •mother Mrs. Moyer autoed to Towan- da, Friday to spend until Monday with friends and relatives. Miss Gertrude Crosier also accompanied them. I-^on Watklns of New York city visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Watkins from Saturday until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fake and little daughter of Falrport spent from Sat- n brothe'r Abraham Gridley. all of this'urday until Monday with his parents, village. The funeral services will be | Mr. nnd Mrs. John Fake, held from the St. Marks Kpisropal j church Friday afternoon and the In- ' terment will be In the family plot In ' the Lake View Cemetery, the Rev. Hoffman, the rector of the church, of- ficiating. The Food \foil Eat Makes \bu What Kbu Are Let your choice of foods he pleasing to the taste but more man that have . them building foods. \ Among cereals. QapeWuts will delight your palate and .give you nealthftd strength through nourishment. Try GrapoffNuts at breakfast— Its worth while. *77iejfe'sajReasan\ Made by PosturaQreal Co. Battle €3reek,rrfich. Mrs. C. M. Snyder of Flint spent , part'of last week with her uncle M. H. Snyder. Dnrts AdamsoB of Geneseo Normal visited her home here from Friday 'til Monday. Mrs. Anna Pulver and Mrs. Chas. Perkins of Geneva called on friends here Saturday. They also visited the cemetery to decorate the graves of theiv departed relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Perry of Penn Yan came Sunday to spend a couple of days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. M. DeGraff, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Johnson went to Clyde on Saturday to be present at a birthday dinner given on Sunday in honor of Mr. Johnson's mother, who was 87 years old on that day. There were nineteen at the dinner. Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Pybus enter- tained Mr. and Mrs. James Hazell and son of Rushville at dinner Sun- day, Miss Jenie Hankinson of Clifton Springs, who has been spending ten dn>ya with Mrs. Kathcrine Pulver, re- turned to Clifton this morning. James Cotter of Falrport was in Gorharri recently in the Interest of the Bowker Fertilizer Co. Dr. George Stevenson of Penn Yan formerly,of Gorham with his wife and mother railed on friends here Sunday and. visited the cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bergen of Ge- neva called on Gorham friends Sun- day. Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Greene o'n Monday, May 31st a daughter, name- Mildred Doris. Mr. nnd Mrs. David Decker of II Im- rods were guests at the Anson Mott home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rugar of Hills- liorn and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thomp- son ot Gotiham autoed to Fast Aurora on Saturday to visit Mrs. Thompson's daughter. Miss Helen Pybus. who teaches In the high school there. They returned Monday. Mr and Mrs. John Heion have been entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Ev- en! of Rochester. Jumes Stokoe of Geneva visited friends In Oorham yesterday. ' The Oorham baseball nine defeated the Stanley t»m at two comes on Monday, score 20 to 17 in favor of Oorham. . j Mrs. C, M. DeGraff .accompanied] her daughter, Mrs: Perry to to home In Penn Yan fof an lndeflnfte^stay. The Ladies of the Baptist church will hold a bake sale In the free libra- ry rooms on Saturday a't 3 o'clock. The W. C. T. U. met yesterday with -Mrs, C. L. Crosier, it being flow- er mission day. After the regular bus- iness and program those present re- paired themselves to the cemetery to decorate the graves of their deceased .members,- fifteen in number. Daniel Winagle of Fairport visited Gorham friends from Saturday until Monday. The decoration, committee from the Presbyterian Sunday school consists of Mrs. C. M. Thompson, Mrs. C. D. Hershey, Mrs. C. L. Crosier and Al- bert Fox. Mrs. Frank, Hllliard is seriously ill Mrs. C. M.\ Pettit entertained her nephew Clifford Pettit and friend Sun day. • At the Baptist Sunday school on Sunday the following were elected del- egates to the Sunday school associa- tion of Ontario county to be held at Sbortsville, June 3rd. Rev. and Mrs. W\. G.- Whyte, Mrs. James Bateson, Miss Minnie Scott. No regular dele- gate from the Presbyterian. The su- perintendent requested all who could go to do so. - OAKS CORNERS Oaks Corners, June 3—Mrs. Butler of Geneva visited at the home of her brother, E. T. Swan last week. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Bruzee spent Sunday afternoon at Bellona. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Swan and Mr. and Mrs. Elery Vanauken and daugh- ter, spent Sunday with relatives at Phelps. . ' Miss Mabel Cook of Mt. Morris spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Cook, Mrs. Mary Bartlett was in Clifton Springs Tuesday. Miss Hildretft of Clifton Springs was calling on friends here Monday. Mrs. H.\ B. Burtis entertained friends from Waterloo last week. Specials in Summer Underwear CANANDAIGUA * County Court Cases Canandaigua, June 3—Two criminal and four civll^ cases are scheduled for trjal at the regular county court term to be convened here by Judge Horace W. Fitch next MondaV. • District ' Attorney N. D. Lapham will move trial of an indictment charging William H. Miller of Clif- ton Springs.with assault, first degree, for having shot Elizabeth Sohanz sev- eral weeks ago. Joseph Kelly of Can- andaigua will be tried on a charge of second degree assault for' an alleged brutal attack on Mary Murphy in this city on April 17. Civil cases scheduled for trial are: George W. Schultz against David E. Barnes, negligence'^ Catherine Sherry against James. H. Haslett, services'; Addison Baldridge against Daniel C. Maney, contract: Judge B. Van Dee»- ver and others against Joseph C. Smith and others, promissory note. * -„ In Surrogate Court Canandaigua, Jujie 3—John B. Par- melee of Phelps is executor of the win of Sarah Stewart, who died in Phelps on Jan. 1 leaving property val- ued at $2,500. Testator directs that she be burled in Rest Haven cemetery^ Phelps, by The side of the grave ot Bertha S. P{|dden. A small gold watch and chain are bequeathed to Helen E. Stoddard, great grnml- niece, of Hopewell. She also receives JtOO. Bequests of $50 each are made to Judson I'adden, nephew, of Phelps, Itarold K. and Leonard F. Stoddard, great granclnephews, of Hopewell. One hundred dollars goes to Dorris Stoddard, great gi-andniece. Of Hope- well. Flora K. Gallery of Eaton Rapids. Mich., is given $200 to be heid In trust for her mother, Mary BJ. Clark, sister of testator, the principal and interest to be used as the trustee N We have on display in our Window two different styles in Summer Union Suits. One an Athletic gar- ment made by the Manhattan Shirt Co., and the other a regular Ecru knitted garment. These we bought last season in order that we might be ajyle to show, you a good Union Suit for $1.50 per garment this year and we know that if you will take time to look' at these offerings you will be convinced of their value. • • - Sizes in both styles range from 34 to 4 8. See our window cUsplay to- day. ( Do not put it off'as the sup- ply is limited. .^ ^ - Baker & Stark Cask & OnePrite Clothiers - sees fit. At the death of Mrs. Clark the principal is to pass to Flora Gal- lery, The residuary estate is to be equally shared by Mary J Stoddard, niece, dt- Phelps, William W\. [and La Verne Stoddard, grandnepjiews, of Hopewell, and Flora E. Gallery. Frank O. and Anna L. Stsson of this city today took letters of admin- istration on the ?7,0O0 estate of Mary F. Carpenter who died in Canandaigua on May 20. Anna L. Slsson, daughter, is the only heir, Alice A..Lincoln of Gorham fibwn is administrator and sole heir of the $5,000 esat'e of her father, S. Bain- brldge Douglass, a resident of Gor- ham who died in Canandaigua on May 23. Letters of administration wore is- sued to Oren K. Happel, of Phelps, on the estate of his father, Reuben D. Happel, who died in Phelps on May 24. The son'is the only heir. PHELPS his home in Church street, at the age wold is manager of the local? An informal dance un de ? {l ?3 tion of Seeley B. Parrish BWM iean Legion, will be held Kfi hall, recently redecorated onjr day evening Jutie 9th. V*W piece orchestra Will furnish J» Dewitl C. Humphrey Phelps, June 3—The death of De- wltt C. Humphrey, occurred shofctiy after midnight, yesterday morning at f ot 59 years. He had been In falling health for several months but re- mained at work until about seven weeks ago. The deceased who was a son ot the late. Mr. and Mrs. A. Ji Humphrey, was\* born fh the eastern ic. section of the town of Phelps Oct. 1st 1860 and had spent practically all \hk life in thjs community. For the last twenty five years h« had conducted a general trucking business in the vil-, lage. Surviving relatives are his wife, a daughter, Miss Lettie of Phelps, atBabCocfc son. Maxwell J. Humphrey of Detroit, Mich.; three sisters, Mrs. Carrie Hunt of Phelps, Mrs. Claude Swan and Mrs.. Leulln Shaw of Rochester and $, brother, Hugh J, Humphrey of-JPhefpS. Funeral services will be held -at, the family home at two thirty'o'clock Fri- day afternoon and Interment will be in Rest Haven cemetery. Peter Laljy who has been a few wee!& in «*•*••*£!, home,'returned today to Toico^ he is-making his home *ritt.«B Mrs. C. H Gregory of BaW^ a recent guest of Mr, and m^ Phelps Briefs. Phelps, June 3—A consolidation of the Phelps Itfutu&l and New Vork Telephone exchanges in Phelps was effected j'esterday and how all sal)*; sqribers are being served froni oner) central office, located in the Phelps' National Banlt-building. H. ventsomethingneWta«& 'faedd'BEECKAM'S ¥M& ^heiidigestiottis good^ are formed during m cesses tibat unless ewr irritate* mind as well m I* b*XM. •4cr -- l>Wj

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