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The Dansville express and advertiser. (Dansville, N.Y.) 1931-1931, December 04, 1931, Image 5

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Friday, December 4, 1931 THE DANSVILLE EXPRESS AND ADVERTISER t t NOW FOR Overcoats SPECIALLY PRICED Norton Webster spent \Wtednea- day in Rochester. Mrs. P. E. Blum entertained the Tuesday Night Club. Mr. and Mrs. Lao Myers spent Thursday in Buffalo. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McNair were Rochester Tuesday. Marion Sutton of New York City was in town this week. * * Mr. and Mrs. George Simon were iin Rochester Thursday. The Tern bo Club will meet Tues­ day evening with Mrs. George Kern. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Blum and Mrs. Cahagan spent Monday in Roch­ ester. i Mrs. Harold A. Smith is confined I to her home in Clinton street by ..! illness. |» I Mrs. D. E. Driscoll and Miss 'Regina Driscoll were in Rochester Tuesday. X Harriet Graves rolled a 224 score * 1 on the Recreation Center alleys Wednesday. Mrs. J. B. Baldwin of Buffalo spent Wednesday with her sister. Miss Josephine Nolan. Mis. E. P. Schaudecker of Erie, Pa., is spending a few days w^ith Mrs. George Krein. Mrs. W. B. Bundy, Mrs. James Blum, Mrs. Gustav Selbach were In Rochester Tuesday. Mrs. Daniel Driscoll and daugh­ ter. Miss Jean Driscoll, spent Wed- ^^X-y.X\tK\X-<\X'<\:^* < x-XK->^ i nesda y in Rochester. „ , William Gibbons of Corning paid Miss Ann Griffin is spending aj a br , ef vJsU ^ ^ cousIn week in New York with her par-) ents. A new beauty parlor is to be open­ ed over the barber shop in the Bro- gan building, next to Kern's Hard­ ware store. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Worden and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Clark of Con- esus spent Wednesday and Tburs-, day in Auburn. Anagram Winners and Honorable Mention Kramer's Men's Shop F. L. Kramer y J j V The correct solution reads: \A few honest men are better than numbers.\—Oliver Cromwell. The misspelled words are found in the following merchant announce­ ments: A (a)—The Smart Shop. Few (wef)—DeLong's Bookstore. Honest (nehsot)—Bressler's Phar­ macy. Men (nem)—Geo. W. Peck Co. Are (rea)—Prati Brothers. Better (trebet)—Rowe & Kennedy. Than (nath)—New York Central Electric Corporation. Numbers (bemsrun)—C. S. We- Mett Company, Jewelers. Oliver (OreviD—Mllligan's Six Receive College Entrance Diplomas The University of the State of New York has issued College En­ trance Diplomas to the following graduates of the Dansville Central High School,. Class of 1031: Mary Dorothy Didas, diploma with honor; Charles Edward Passage, diploma with honor; Dennis Walter Hickey, Emma Frances Minemier. William George Roberts, Joseph D. Sonne. To earn a College Entrance Di­ ploma a pupil must pass the pre­ scribed Regents examinations for the four year course with an aver­ age of not less than 75 per cent. The College Entrance Diploma is Issued in three grades: (1) A diploma .based on a mini­ mum passing mark in each subject of 65 per cent and an average of 75 per cent. (2) A diploma with credit will be issued if the average is 85 per cent to 89 per cent. (3) A diploma with honor will be issued if the average is 90 per cent Drug or above. Two of the recipients of the Col- Home Bureau Visits at Local Homes The homes of Mrs, Lester Knapp in Elizabeth street and Mrs. Louis Pelton in Knox street, were visited by twenty-five Home Bureau mem­ bers Tuesday, at which time Miss Marie Welsh, Housing Specialist from Cornell University, discussed home furnishing problems. Miss Welsh presented patterns of fabric and wall paper suitable for the home and discussed color and furniture arrangement. Miss Orilla Wright Morris was present at ings. of Mount the meet- I Town Tidings Conrad-McLean S. L. Welch of Elmlra was a Sun­ day guest of his brother, A. H. Welch and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Corris and G. Hoy. on Tuesday. Miss Elizabeth McCurdy and Mrs. James F. Bryant will spend the week end in Lockport. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dayton have j moved from the Denton house in Miss Mary Corris of Rochester were Qsslan street to Perry week end guests at D. C. Bryant's. Mrs. Rose Lauterborn who has been spending a few days in Roch­ ester with her daughter, has re­ turned. Theodore Partridge has left on the U. S. 8. Augusta for Honolulu, after Charles Reigart and Leo French have been on a hunting trip in Pennsylvania this week. Some interior improvements are being made at the home of Joeepn Blum on upper Main street. Mrs. Mary Edwards and Mrs. Beu- spending a fifteen day furlough at| lah Jonnson of Mount Morris were his home here. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ward Hunter of in Dansville Monday evening. Mr. and Mfrs. Eugene Dowling- Bronxville are expected Saturday to' and famUy of HoTneU rela . spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. (tlves bere over the week end The Book Club will meet Tuesday _ , afternoon with Mrs. George Lewis, and Mrs. Frank Corbin of Buffalo, followed by flve 0 . dock supper at N. Y., spent Thursday with Mr. and[. <old Madrla » S. D. Faulkner. Mrs. Frank Schwan and son Billy, Mrs. Nicholas Smith. Mrs. Karl Schwlngel 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. Store. Cromwell (Cellmrow) — Alonzo' lege Entrance Diplomas, Charles Ed- Jenks, Jeweler. <J> ward Passage and Mary Dorothy The four awards are given to: Didas, earned the diploma with Agnes Rae $1.00 honor. Mrs. Lillian Paulman ... $1.00 Mrs. Glenn Flurschutz $1 JOO Mrs. S. J. White $1.00 Honorable mention Is given Mrs. W. H. Shutt. Grace Schirmer, Mrs. Maud Edwards, Nancy Newman, Harold Hall, Mrs. Mary Weeks, Mrs. Lottie Garwood, Mrs. Ethel Rowe, Mrs. John Greer, Alice I. Banker, Mrs. Harriet Hartman, William Preble, Mrs. Fred Martin. Mrs. Wil­ liam Preble, Thomas Levers, Mrs. John Welter, Myrta E. Rowe, Ada F Dearling, Selena Rawlings, Clara Partridge. Alice Shaver, Charles Prcnk. 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 The death of Edward F. Suss of| wlth 6 p JenJdns at 71 PerJne street, on Saturday. Rochester was a source of regret to 1 Dansvlllians who summer at Con- esus lake, he and his family having many friends among the Bummer colonists. Mr. Ross and Clark Hynes re­ turned home Sunday after having spent ihe past week in Ontario, Can­ ada. Mrs. Wellwood and daughters, 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 heT home in Wayland. Prizes were won by Mrs. Milton Zerfoss 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. Mrs. Stansbury Minemier and the Misses Florence and Annetta McNair gave a honeymoon shower Friday night at the home of Mrs. Minemier in honor of Miss Mar­ garet Gllbride. 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 candidates at the regular meeting of Can- aseraga Lodge No. 123, I. O. O. F., to be held this evening. Refresh­ ments w*Jl be served. 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 G^en; and Miss Mable Raisch of Canlsteo. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Millen and Miss Florence Millen entertained sixteen members of St. Paul's choir at their home on Main street. De­ licious refreshments were served. 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 Home on Thursday. Routine busi­ 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. LaVerne Randall over Thanksgiving. Mrs. Randall entertained at a family din­ ner. J. Warren Loomis, who has been employed by Curry & Macy on a construction contract at Conesus, has returned to his home in Cas­ tile following the completion of the contract. Mr. Loomis will assume the duties of Superintendent of Highways at Castile on January 1st, to which office he was elected is 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 met Syracuse Company Low Bidders Stowell Construction Company of Syracuse were low bidders for the construction of sewers and water lines, bakery and chapel buildings, at Sonyea, bids for which were re­ ceived at Albany last week. The low figure was $5,106,70. Eleven con­ tractors submitted bids. Harold E. Conrad and Miss May E. McLean, both of Dansville, were married by Rev. John B. Freestone at his home at Perry last Saturday evening, November 28. They were at­ tended by Otto Conrad and Miss Pauline Bolster of Perry. They will reside in this village. Mrs. Anthony Michel The death of Mrs. Irene Michel, 53. wife of Anthony Michel, occurred afc the family home in Liberty street Monday morning. Besides her husband, Mrs. Michel is survived by four daughters, Doro­ thy, Evelyn, Frances and Shirley Michel; three sons, Carl, Vincent and Gerald Michel, all of Dansville; also one sister, Mrs. Harvey Loghry of Horaell, and two brothers, Allie and George Vincent of Hornell. Mrs. Michel was a member of the Christian Mothers Society of St. Mary's church. The funeral services were held at St. Mary's church at 9:30 o'clock. The following were the bearers: George Griffin, John Griffin, Ed­ ward Griffin, Jerome Griffin, De- Mont Vincent and Chauncey La- ReeBe. The following people attended from out of town: Mrs. Harold Lochroy and daughter, Goldie, Mr. and Mrs. George Vincent, and daughter Ruth, Mr. Allie Vincent, Anthony Smith and Mrs. Sweeney and daughter, Bernlce, all from Hornell; Mrs. Peter Michel and Elizabeth Smith of Rochester. Burial was at Greenmount, with Rev. Father Hofschneider officiating at the grave. Dansville General Hospital November 27—Master Edward Salinger. Dansville, minor operation. November 29 — Mrs. Converse Young, Dansville, medical treat­ ment November 30—Mrs, William Ryan, Dansville, medical treatment. December 1 — Mrs. Frederick Huver, of Dansville, medical treat­ ment. December 2—Born to Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Blum of Dansville, a son. December 2—Mrs. Witherell of Dansville, medical treatment. December 2—B. A. McCartney of Dansville, medical treatment. December 3—Mrs. Nellie Rover of Dansville, medical treatment. Funeral Services of R. F. Cuykendall «; Funeral services for Robert F. Cuykendall, who passed away at his home at Garden City, L. I., will be held today and burial made at Mo­ ravia, N. Y. Mr. Cuykendall is survived by his wife, Loretta Wolf Cuykendall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wolf of this village, and two chil­ dren, Barbara Ann, aged 4 years, and Robert, aged 2. Those attending the services from this village are John Wolf, Charles Wolf, the Misses Elizabeth and Dorothy Wolf, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wolf and children. I V Funeral Services For John Graham Funeral services for John Graham who passed away in Buffalo, were held Wednesday in this village with burial in Holy Cross ceme­ tery, the Rev. Leo. G. Hofschneider officiating. Mr. Graham was a brother-in- law of the late John and Charles King of this village. Those from Buffalo a tending the services were Miss Margaret and Leonard King, Mrs. Mary King, Miss Geraldine King. Raymond King and Mrs. Otto Graham. AUCTION:—J. R. Hanna Farm, Retsof, N. Y., Saturday, Decem­ ber 5, at 1 o'clock sharp, 3 car­ loads of cattle and a carload of . horses. Harry Scott, auctioneer. Terms cash. J. R. HANNA. ** 1 Dec. 4 tl-c FOR SALE:—Modern Dansvillf house. Desirable location, hot water heat, garage. Price reduced. Write W. B. Sanders, Nunda, N. Y. Dec. 4 to Feb. 4 Mount Morris Has Donation Day Today, at Mount Morris, commit­ tees from the various organizations that have been working under the direction of Mayor F. P. Mills, are promoting a Community Donation Day. All donations of food) clothing or anything that can be used to advan­ tage by needy families are being received at the Village Hall, to be distributed to those in need in the community. One Night Only The ladies of St. Patrick's Church will hold a bazaar and serve a pan­ cake supper at St. Patrick's school, Tuesday evening. December 8th, from 5:30 until all are served. Following is the menu: PANCAKES SAUSAGE ROLLS MAPLE SYRUP JELLY FRIED CAKES CUP CAKES COFFEE Everybody invited. Admission, 35 cents; children, 25 cents. Come and get a nice supper for 35 cents and you may get a ton of Lackawanna coal, donated by Wal­ ter Hickey, for a door prize, thrown in.—Adv. Chance of Lifetime RELIABLE MAN WANTED to call on farmers in Livingston County. Wonderful opportunity. Make $7 to $12 dally. No experience or capital needed, 1 Write today. FUR8T & THOMAS, Dept. 6, Freeport, Illi­ nois. | Star*Theatre PHOTO PHONE HOME OF R. C. A. FRIDAY December 4 'TENROD AND SAM\ Story by Booth TarUngton with' LEON JANNEY MATT MOORE DOROTHY PETERSON ZAZU PITTS SATURDAY ONLY December 5 \LASCA OF THE RIO GRANDE\ with JOHNNIE MACK BROWN LEO CARIIXO DOROTHY BURGESS Scores of Happy People Have Received Money To Buy Their Christ­ mas Gifts— Think what a happy Christmas each > member of the Christmas Club will have. Christmas can be really happy for the whole family. Gift-buying a real joy. No accompanying sense of financial strain. Next year you should be among this- happy group. Come into the bank and join a really happy organization —the 1932 CHRISTMAS CLUB. Classes from 25 cents to #5 a week. | THE CITIZENS BANK 4 TRUST CO. ANAGRAM ADVERTISEMENT OLD MADRID AND COFFEE SHOP Where you find the best of service, and good wholesome ^ \ meals. At Old Madrid where you may entertain friends at an X elaborate dinner or lunch, or just satisfy yourself with de- £ sirable choice of dishes. Ni the cozy Coffee Shop an excellent meal or light ^ lunch is served at a popular price. SUNDAY December 6 LEW AYKE8 In \HEAVEN ON EARTH\ with An All Star Cast The here in \Spirit of Notre Dame\ makes another smash. MONDAY December 7 THE PRIMROSE PATH\ With An All Star Cast Hotter than hot, sweeter than sweet. Dont miss this picture if yon want to laagh, sing and be merry. * Also Other Attractions A R THEATR Thursday - Friday December 10 - 11 TUESDAY — WEDNESDAY December 8-9 SETH PARKER in \WAY. BACK HOME\ A picture yon have wanted to see all year life. Two Shows—7:15 and t:M P. M. There was the regular rehearsal and I Wednesday night at the home of i 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 social hour following. Mrs. Thompson. Cards were enjoyed and refreshments served. The next meeting will be held January 6th at the home of Mrs. Leon Schwendler. Miss Lillian Lewis will [assist the hostess. Make the Boys and Girls Happy Christmas BICYCLES Y~ TRICYCLES ROCKING HORSES — SLEDS KIDDIE CARS — SKATES CHAIRS — TABLES — STROLLERS AUTOMOBILES — WAGONS Many fine Christmas suggestions that will please the young folks. The Geo. W. Peck Co., f Dansville, N. Y. ••• Si Tompkins and His Rusty Rubins IN PERSON i i Clean-Up Sale In anticipation of the announcement early in January of the 1932 Ca dill as and LaSalles, we are offering our remaining stock of 1931 Models, consisting of Executors Cars, Demon­ strators, Floor Models at Shaiply Reduced. Prices ALSO OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF USED CARS— RECONDITIONED, REPAINTED FEATURE CAR —THIS WEEK 1929 Chrysler \75\ Coupe 6 Natural Wood Wheels, Trunk Rack, Original Finish \Like New\ $595.00 BUICKS, CHRYSLERS, PACKARDS, PIERCE Prices Cut To Rock Bottom Mabbett Motors, Inc. Cadillac Distributors Since 1903 333 East Ave. ROCHESTER, N. Y.

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