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The Dansville express and advertiser. (Dansville, N.Y.) 1931-1931, December 04, 1931, Image 3

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Fnd*y, December 4, 1931 THE DANSVILLE EXPRESS AND ADVERTISER Page* Looking Backward A Synopsb of Events of Long, Long Ago, Copied From the File* of The Dansville Express. November Average* At Grade School TEN YEARS AGO Mrs. Mary Hubertus died at her home on Franklin street Saturday afternoon. Friends of Clara' and Clyde Maglnley gave them a surprise at their home in Sparta Friday evening. Earl Daniels, a mail carrier, has moved from Groveland to this village, as Ids route etarts here Mrs. Harrison Van Middlesworth and son, Lee, have gone to spend [ ear ii er than schedule Friday after The percentages of attendance for the various departments and grades for the month of November were very* -high, ranging from 99.4 per­ cent to 84 percent. In October the percentages ranged from 99.8 per­ cent to 93.0 percent. Mrs. Avers* sixth grade had the honor of having the highest at­ tendance percentage last month, 99.4 percent. This grade had but two days absence and one tardiness during the entire month of Novem­ ber. It will be dismissed an hour. Annual Meeting of Home Bureau December 10 Branch Office For Convenience of Motorists the winter with Mrs. Elmer Haisch in New Mexico. Ray Smith celebrated his 21st birthday Sunday and.he was enter­ tained at a rabbit supper by some of his friends, the supper being pre­ pared by Martin Toohey. TWETJTY YEARS AGO noon and will be custodian of the school flag in the grade building. Miss Holden # sixth grade was a very close second for high percent­ age honors, having 99.33 percent. Miss Shafer's third grade had a Noyes Baker and Hugh Spencer came home from Cornell and spent j high average also, 99.3 percent, and j nes£ j a y Thanksgiving Day. takes third place for attendance The final meeting on the master pattern and cutting and fitting pro­ ject which local Home Bureau mem­ bers have been working on for \sev­ eral weeks, wa3 held at the Knap- penberg-Knapp building on Friday, with Mrs. Marshall Mitchell, Mrs. John Culbertson and Mrs. John Mc- Covlc in charge as instructors. The members will now each make | a garment, following the directions j which have been given them, and, will then submit the finished work j to one of the leaders for approval. | A new class with the same leaders, will be formed on December 8th, J and any one wishing to join should arrange to be present at this session Leaders received lessons from Miss j Morehouse at the Library on Wed- On December 10, at the Village Dea^rs are paying 32 cents for eggs. Individuals are paying 40 honors This grade had the highest t Bui iding in Geneseo. the annual cents in some cases Frank J. Gerber has bought the Gilman machine shop on Ossian street and taken posse sion. Charley Burdick came home to spend Thanksgiving Day with his j parents and he is still here being detained because of an injury to one of his feet. I percentage of attendance during the month of October Guide Six, Florence Ayers. 99.4. Grade Six. Margaret Holden 99.33. Grade Three, Ellse Shafer. 99.3. Grade Two, Josephine Brewer, Mr. .and Mrs Milo Gibbs and two children. Ralph and Ruth, spent \ 98 6 Thanksgiving with his father's family and uncle's family at Owego, re- Grade One, Eleanor Mott, 98.33. turning Sunday. Grade mve - Edna Tulen - 93 - 33 - Grade Three, Helen Spraker, 98.3. THIRTY YEARS AGO Junior High School. Agnes Albert, The net results of St. Patrick's fair held lasl week will be nearly 31.8. $1500. < i Senl0r High Charles H. Kramer of Rochester spent Sunday with his parents.; Scriver, 97.7. Grade Five, Victoria Lewis, 97.3. Grade Four, Maude Ives, 97.2. Grade Two, Alida Hawk. 96.9. . Grade One, May Hawk, 96.5. Grade Four, Leona Wicks, 96.3. School, Beatrice Mr. and Mrs. C. Kramer. Miss Ina Snyder spent her Thanksgiving vacation with her par­ ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Snyder. Mrs. Louise Grant died at her home on Main street Monday, aged 70 years. She was the daughter of Lester Bradner. She leaves her hus­ band, Luther Grant, and seven children. William McKay died at the home of his daughter-in-law, Mrs. H. McKay, at Groveland, Monday. His son, Hugh, a conductor on the Lackawanna railroad, was killed last August while at work. meeting and election of officers of the Livingston County Home Bu­ reau Association will be held. A feature of the afternoon session will be a style talk given by a specialist from Cornell University. . The decision of the Steuben County Board of Supervisors last week to authorize the establishment of branch county clerk's offices in the cities of Hornell and Corning for the issuance of automobile registra- tioss and plates seems to have solved, temporarily at leas\t a knotty problem. The Board by this action makes it posslb.e for motorists who reside near these two cities to obtain their plates without taking a troublesome Journey to the county clerk's of­ fice in this village. * The branch of­ fices are 'to be put into operation for a period of one year, and an appro­ priation of $4,000 was made to cover cost of the project. If the arrange­ ment proves satisfactory the branches may be continued.—Bath Courier. ANAGRAM ADVERTISEMENT STAR THEATRE Grade One, Alma Grinton, 95.5 Opportunity Grade, Rebecca Meh- lenbacher, 95 4. Kindergarten, Pearl Brown, 84. FORTY YEARS AGO . a mveeu u*> xuriougn at | ^ j onnson 0 f Mount Morris were his home here. I ^ Dansville Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ward Hunter of j Mr _ and Eugene Dowling Bronxville are expected Saturday to' and family of Hornell visited rela- spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. tlveg here over ^ week end I Syracuse Company S. D. Faulkner. Mrs. Frank Schwan and son Billy, The Book Club will meet Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. George Lewis, and Mrs. Frank Corbin of Buffalo, . ~ „ , . , _ T . . ,.. ,, \ followed by five o clock supper at N. Y., spent Thursday with Mr. and' Mrs. Nicholas Smith. Mrs. Karl Schwingel and children have gone to their new home in New York. Mrs. William Schwingel ac­ companied them for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gary of Cleveland, Ohio, were in town Mon­ day and Tuesday. While here they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Haisch \Old Madrid.',' Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Schwingel of Elizabeth, N. J., were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Schwingel. Friends in the village of Miss Ida Wheaton will regret to learn that she is seriously ill at the King's Daughters Home. Mrs. S. F. Jenkins and son, Ern­ est, of Rochester*, took luncheon Low Biddei Stowell Construction Company t Syracuse were low bidders for tl construction of sewers and wat lines, bakery and chapel building at Sonyea, bids for which were r> ceived at Albany last week. The lc figure was $5,106,70. Eleven coi tractors submitted bids. The death of Edward F. Suss of, wJth g p jen^ng at 71 Perine Rochester was a source of regret to' Dansvillians who summer at Con- esus lake, he and his family having many friends among the summer colonists. Mr. Ross and Clark Hynes re­ turned home Sunday after having spent the past week in Ontario, Can­ ada. Mrs. Wellwood and daughters, j Alice and Gladys, and son, Milvard, accompanied them home for a visit. Miss Eleanor Kimmel of Wayland entertained the Dan-Way Club Monday evening at her home in Wayland. Prizes were won by Mrs. Milton Zerfass and Mrs. C. W. Mc- Nair. Editor Walter B. Sanders of the Nunda News is back in the United States after spending seven weeks abroad. Mr. Sanders was in Dans­ ville Tuesday and addressed the members of the local Rotary Club. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pierce, Mrs. Charles Pelton and Miss Ruth Pelton were in Rochester Sunday to to visit Mr. and Mrs. William Van Heuson. Miss Addle Phillips who has been visiting at the Van Heuson home, returned home with them. street, on Saturday. Superintendent of Highways Adam Gessner. who has been seriously ill at his- home at Stone's Falls, is somewhat improved. Mrs. Harold Smith entertained friends at cards Tuesday evening. Prizes were won by Mrs. James Blum and Mrs. W. B. Bundy. Mrs. John King and daughter, Miss Geraldine King, of Buffalo, have been guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Howe. Preston and Walter Lockwood and mother, Mrs. Charles Lockwood, of Rochester, are calling on relatives and friends in Dansville. George L. Krein has been removed from the Dansville General Hospital to his home in Main street where he will be confined to his bed for sev­ eral weeks. The Misses Ruff returned home yesterday from Rochester where they spent Thanksgiving. Mr. Mar­ tin Remmel and Miss Helena Rem- mel accompanied them home. Members of the Home Board of the King's Daughters Home held the first meeting of the year at the A UNIVERSAL fICTURl Mrs. Anthony Michel The death of Mrs. Irene Michi 53, wife of Anthony Michel, occuro at the family home in Liberty stre Monday morning. Besides her husband, Mrs. Mich is survived by four daughters, Don thy, Evelyn, Frances and Shirli Michel; three sons, Carl, Vince and Gerald Michel, all of DansvU,' also one sister, Mrs. Harvey Loglj of Hornell, and two brothers, A and George Vincent of Hornell. Mrs. Michel was a member of Christian Mothers Society of Mary's church. The funeral services were held St. Mary's church at 9:30 o'clocl The following were the bean George Griffin, John Griffin, ] ward Griffin, Jerome Griffin, J Mont Vincent and Chauncey ^^^^^^ The following people »t>*rv V ERTISEMENT from out of town: Mrs. Har KT _ ______ Lochroy and daughter, Goldie, AND DRESS CO. INC. ; and Mrs. George Vincent, t , < lughter Ruth, Mr. Allie Vine/ 1 \ make * one Awk o{ wmtcr j Anthony Smith and Mrs. Sweei < and daughter, Bernlce, all fr. w York can you buy a Coat, 1 S^nT? 1 or DrcM Acce..ori« for less \ Elizabeth Smith of Rochester.„ w t» « „L Burial was at Greenmount, W° whl f to chooie ' * Rev. Father Hofschneider official? to »°P- N } at the grave. Mrs. Stansbury Mineral er and |Home m j^^^^ Routine busi- the Misses Florence and Annette McNalr gave a honeymoon shower Friday night at the home of Mrs. Minemier in honor of Miss Mar­ garet Gllbrlde. The bride-elect was the recipient of many pretty gifts. Benjamin Denton and family have returned from Webster, Mass., where they spent Thanksgiving with their son, Warren. On the route they visited Lake Chargoggagoggmauch- augagoggchaubunagungamangg, also the home and birthplace of Clara Barton at Oxford. The Initiatory Degree will be con­ ferred upon a class of* candidate* at the regular meeting of Can-] s aaeraga Lodge No. 123, I. O. O. F., to be held this evening. Refresh­ ments will be servecL Much interest is being manifested in the member­ ship campaign. The \tide captained by Noble Grand Wyant is 6 points in 'the lead thus far. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Grimm of Webb's Crossing, entertained the following people at dinner Thanks­ giving: Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert La- Monte and daughter, Elizabeth, and son, Eldon, Mr. and Mrs. John Werth and daughters, Eva and Rita, and son, Roy, all of Dansville; Mr. and Mrs. John Welter and son, William, of Stony Brook GJen; and Miss Mable Ralsch of Canisteo. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Millen and MIBS Florence Millen entertained sixteen members of St. Paul's choir at their home on Main street. De­ licious refreshments were served. There was the regular rehearsal and also rehearsal of the pageant to be given at Christmas. Wednesday evening a tureen supper was served at the home of Miss Pauline Perry on Cottage street, with rehearsal and a Eooial hour following. ness was transacted. A few friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McNair pleasantly surprised them Sunday evening at their home, the occasion being their tenth wed­ ding anniversary. Refreshments and a social hour were enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. George Foote of Li­ vonia and Mr. and Mrs. George Chapmen of Akron, N. Y., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. LaVeme Randall over Thanksgiving. Mrs. Randall entertained at a family din­ ner. J. Warren Loomis, who has been employed by\ s Curry & Macy on a construction contract at Conesus, has returned to his home in Cas tile following the completion of the contract. Mr. Lootnis willi assume the duties of Superintendent of Highways at Castile on January 1st, to which office he was elected ia November. Lou Reichers, who has piloted the ship of Bernarr Macfadden from New York to this village on several occasions, and is well known here, made a record flight from Newark, N. J., to Havana this week. Reichers made the trip in 7 hours and 5 min­ utes, with a .20 minute stop for re fueling, which cut the actual flying period down to 6 hours and 45 min­ utes. The Cosmos Club met yesterday afternoon with Mrs. James Stevens. Mrs. Claude Thompson and Mrs. Arthur Wilson were hostesses to the White Shrine Club which metjjt Wednesday night at the home of j ^ Mrs. Thompson. Cards were enjoyed, ^ and refreshments served. The nextj» meeting will be held January 6th > ^ at the home of Mrs. Leon 1 Schwendler. Miss Lillian Lewis will assist the hostess. Mount Morris Has OP OF HORNELL Donation D> Today, at Mount Morris, co: tees from the various organizal that have been working under direction of Mayor F. P. Mills, promoting a Community DonatL Day. I All donations of foodj clothing ERTISEMENT JEWELER t thinking about Christmas \\ anything that can be used to advL,--,- TETW/ET DV \ tage by needy families are bf u *\ t1 ^ — Jtswuwcx «[ received at the Village Hall, to} e of inexpensive gifts of a distributed to those in need inf«*e you. This Jewelry Shop is \ j correct gift this year. < community. JB r ••••••••••• PHONE 364-J i Make thi ERTISEMENT o think of Christmas Gifts, but < [ /Jjeilent gifts before the rush of J \ JJl ^JUigazines, Subscriptions, Foun. {| £ / ia lot of fine selections. Believe ', \ w of this Famous Saying. MDOK STORE PHONE 231-R X i&tmtertj Appropriate e Prices R1NT SHOP Telephone 167 .1 ^•^M^M^^^ Parti< f uI * r PC °P IE \ ACID STOMACH ELMER H. BASSETT SIGN OF THE RED 8C WHITE We carry both an excellent line of meats and groceries. We claim our meat cuts, whether a Roast, Chop, Stew, Ham or Steak, are second to none, an d ou r groceries the same. Both at a very low price. Keep your molar right by eating meats from the Red 8C White. CESS acid is the common cause of indigestion. It results in pain and sourness about two hours after eat­ ing. The quick corrective is an alkali which neutralizes acid. The best corrective is Phillips Milk of Mag­ nesia. It has remained standard with E tiysicians in the 50 years since its ivention. One spoonful of Phillips Milk of Magnesia neutralizes instantly many Limes its volume in acid. Harmless, and tasteless, and yet its action is quick. You will never rely on crude methods, once you learn how quickly this method acts. Be sure to get the genuine. \Milk Df Magnesia has been the U. S. Registered Trade Mark of the Charles H. Phillips Chemical Com- f any and its predecessor Charles H. lumps since 1875. Make a \Gift to the Home This Christmas 5> Many families arc pooling the Christmas money this year to make a worthwhile gift to the home, such a gift all may use and enjoy, not only at Christmas tide, but on every day of the year for many years to come. Money thus spent is not wasted but becomes a permanent investment ID home comfort and happiness. For giving to members of the immediate family home gifts are ideal because thev combine beauty, permanancc and utility A well chosen piece of furniture, such as a davennort. a rhnir. a rug or a lamp, is a haopv reminder for vears ot the thoughtfulness anJ i;ooJ judgement of rne stiver And, of course, you'll want to select it at Graves' where assortments are the largest and prices the lowest in 20 years. A Rtifutit Mailed today utll Hrmi Our Chrtrtmat ( atalof^ 78 STATS ST. ROOTESTFR, N. 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