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PAOK Fori: T H E APVASC E - NEWS THURSDAY. NOV. 9. 10:5:: Farmers Will Meet (Continued from Pag* 1> THINGS THAT NEVER HM>EE» I Report For Past Month By GENE BYRNES of! Haw ley of Ham via. <t director the Federation, and a large potiliry- «ian and crop farmer. tK. F. *\ icke of Buffalo, county agricultural agent of Erie county will take as hi* suoject \The Spirit of the County seat.\ The aanual fa:m dinner this evening which is held jointly uithj* the Home Bureau Federation is ex-j. ,pecTed 10 attract a large crowd, ji The delegates and guests will bej| weleomed by Jerome D. Barnum of . | Syracuse, publisher of the PO:>t J * Standard. The addresses of the j * evening wril he given by Frank K. j Ganuett or Kochesier. publisher of j the Gannett papers, a nd Mi*. Char-I les \V. Sewel; of Chicago. 111., di-j rector of the home and commun- ity department or the American Farm Bureau Federation. Mr. <;an-j nett who is also a triiMee of Cor- nell university, ha* <>een invited j to address the tarm and home bur-1 eau folks, concerning the monetary ! problem and thing? fanner* should j jniard aguiu>T iu injuring their fu-j tun* welfare. Hon. Frank M. Smith ot ?;>ria^r iield Ceiitei. president of the Oi- { sego County FVirm and Home Bur-J eau Association and chairman or' the Agricultural Committee of the Assembly, will be toast master at J the farm dinner, with Mr?. Oeorge Tyler of North Bloonifield. presi- dent of th»» Home Bureau Federa- tion and Charles R. 'White presid- ing. The song leader i\ill be Wil- lis Kerns of Ithaca, an instructor j—- in the Department or JRural Social j Organization.. College of Agricult- ure. T:ie t>rogr:tm Friday morning will Bishop Is Honored At 'At Hospital TheS. M. A. Superintendent P. G. Taddiken' The students of the St Man••« . ... ... .. at 1 schools presented an entertain Outlines Activities at bt. Lawrence. The board oi visitors of ST. Law- rence stat* hospital met in month- ly session yesterday, when Super- intendent P. C. Taddiken present- ed the following report for Oeto- presentea an entertainment In honor of Most Rev. Bishop J. H. Conroy's 75th birthday yesterday 4 afternoon at 2 o'clock. The pro- gram was in charge of Miss Agnes Nutell. After the exercise? Thorn- , as Hannan and Mary Jane McDou- gall presented the Bishop with a bouquet of roses and a gift of fifty dollars from the student body of 4 her. Gladys K. Russell. R. N.. assist-1 tiie schools. Wilbur Fahey address- ant principal. resigned October 2**. j ecl tne Bishop for the students. Bi 1:C:: ;o accept the position of prin- ^^ <; onr0 y thanked the student > cipal of the school of nursing at ( - n a s ^ ort address and administer ftm^NArcMAi. CAHTQOH CO * ^ ^flg^., rectors of the organization include \V. VV. Haw ley of Butavia. and H. D. S liey of Goshen. .. , -.* * . •, « . I *\• B. Han of Ithaca, Acting Di- ne cvpened with an amuys.s et «*o- \ ^ operative development- with dis- cussions lead by W. W. Hawiey of, Baiavii,. Director of the Buffalo Livestock Producers Association: Jay Coryell of Ithaca, director of] tin* Eastern Livestock Marketing i Association: H. J. Evans o: George- ector of Extension, will explain i % *Ae justing the Ex?ens:on Program to Carr»n: Needs/' while E. A. Flan-burgh. State County Agent Leader will addres:* the delegates concerning the activities of the various county farm bureaus. \Problems of the Poultry Indus- town, secretary oi the Bine Tag 1 .. Seed Potato Association: Monroe i tr - v ^ be explained by J. Hunt Babcock Foul Fred H. Sexauer of Auburn, pvesi dent of the Dairymen's Leapte *ock of Ithaca, secretary of th* • \# ° tl? « MUibroos. ponltryzuaxr. trr Breeders Association; andj* aU . resists of the state-wide poul- V» ^ _* A..I : ! Two voting delegates will be elected to represent New York Following the cooperative forum. i* tate ]n The annual me.-tin^ of the Edwarfl H. Thomson, president 01 « American Farm Bureau Federation of the floor, representing the cou:i- elected to take part in the Chicago meeting. According to Edward S. Foster oi Iihaca. General isecrcury of the Federation, who is in charge of the annual meeting program, indica- tions are that the meeting now in session will be one of the liveliest in years for the suggested resolu- tions w.hieh have been pouring in at the Ithaca office during the pas? :ural and farm credit. Agricultural legislation will be i , ^ .„ T di^wed by the Honorable Frank l >\ ™ T f bur ^ us bv srou '-' *! U \* I ST.1 »-./-»# r~t\ • r\ •lira <rv«* !•* in t It £. f 111 /• *A T f» M. Smith of Springfield Center, and .senator I^eigh G. Kirkland of Ran- dolph. The meeting will draw to a close Friday afternoon following the re port by the resolutions committee -•f which George \V. I^imb of Ilub- hardsville. first vice-jire^ide-nt of the Federation, is chairman. Officers will be elected to fill tbe offices of president, first vice- president, second! vice-president, and treasurer which positions are •ow held by Charles R. White of Ionia. George W. Lamb of Hub- terdsrille. Charles Stiles of Moiia and K. J. Louis of Hannibal. Two directors will be elected, owe for « term of thref- years to fill the un- completed term of Cornelius Vare j Diiyne of Au^Hjrn. de<-ease<l. and #ee for a term of ioar years as tiie term of E. V. Titus of Glen Cove. expires. Mr. Titus has served as a. director for eight years. Otlier <]«• j Guest At Dinner In City Hotel Friends Honor Henry W. La- Rock on His Approaching Marriage. the Hudson River State Hospital, | Poughkeepsie. New York. Fifteen senior students from the Syracuse Memorial Hospital report- j ed on October 3. for a three-monihs affiliation in psychiatry and psy- jchiatric nursing. On October 1-. the intermediate class had a meeting, and on the l»5th. th;» Junior class a Weiner roast. On October 1. Dr. Alia M. Brown was reinstated as senior assistant physician. On October 2, Doctors. James E. Brown and William R. Carson, as- sistant physicians, began a coarse oi\ instruction in neurology and psychiatry at th^ Psychiatric In- stitute and Hospital, New York! city. The course will continue until j December $. 1£33. From October 14 to 21, Jome? E. Simpson, supervisor of physical j training. Department of Menta! Hy- giene, was at ihe hospital advisi.-- in reference to physical amusements, etc. On October lt>. Harry J. Worth ed his blessing. He returned the fifty dollars to the school to be us- ed for the care of the poor or tot- any need the school might have. The program was: Selection Orchestra \Uo, Heave. Ho! Inter. Boys Blow Soft Winds H. S GirU Toy Band 1st. 2nd Grades 1. Soldier. 2. Partner. Come! 3. The Band. Amaryllis Intermediate Girls Forg^t-Me-Not H. S. Student* The Minuet 3rd. 4th Grades Orchestra Tuxis Girls Will Meet Monday Night The Tuxis Girls of the Presby- fterian church will meet in the chct culture, | pel on Monday evening, November- i:: at T.:»0 o'clock. At this meeting reports will be given on th? work two weeli indicate clearly that the ?*** **** f? NoT - -*, Mi ** »<*** lis the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. usmess * Nottces-^^ delegates are vitally interested in such problems as usins work re- lief funds for fanu-to-market roads rather than for expensive post of- fices and irrigation -projec-ts. in-1 I creased appropriations for bovine JT. B. eradication, taxation adjust- ment to relieve real estate by state aid. lower interest rates on farm t mortgagee, sale of high grad^ raw j miJk. milk control, increasing tar- I iffs on caseia from S cents to 1\ •cents per pound, protection of the dairy* indastry from cocoanut oil ; adequate research appropriation i in <^onmctioB with poultry di> J ease control to fi»d I * means of protertiBg Hot the ravages of diseases when cause tremendous eeowmic loss to poul tryiaea, relieving th*- ctmnties of i th#- cosis of rights-of-way. restoring J Twenty-thre^ friends of Henry W. LaRock Tendered him a dinner at the Oswegatchie Hotel last even- ing in honor of his approaching marriage. It proved to be one of the finest affairs of its kind ever to have been held in the city and a most delightful evening was en- joyt-d. Edward Donahue brought his inimitable wit to the role of toast master and added greatly to the merriment of the occasion. Arrangements for the party were in charge of Thomas McRoberts, proprietor of the hotel, and the din- ner preparations were under the capable supervision of Nelson MOD- troy, chef. Mr. LaRock*s marriage to Mis? Monica Roche oi Klllaloe. Ont., is to jing, M. I)., acting deputy medical'accomplished at the Aurora con i inspector made his inspection of ferenee this sumrmer by Misses Jan the hospital, interviewed recently j et Johnston aTnd Marjorie Wheaton. admitted patients, etc. . j Misses Marjorie Wilcox and Fern On October 19, the annual inas-!Moss will also report on the Oak querade ball was held. Five nun-1 Point conference. These tour young dred patient? and employees were]ladies were chosen by the club as present; 150 patients were in cos-j the official delegates to these an- jtume. The haJl was appropriately jnual Presbyterian conferences for decorated and refreshments were j the year. AT the conclusion of the served to it 11. This entertainment , meeting light refreshments will he is an event that is always looked j served. V forward to by the patients and em- ployees with a good deal of plea? ure and the dance was thoroughly J Martin B. Roche and Mr. LaUock is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. |LaRock. The couple is to be at-) tended by Miss Catherine LaRock. sister of the groom, and Greg- Roche, brother of the bride. The guests at last nights affair includ- ed F.ancis Barns. John Kelly/Dor- en Stubbs. Nelson Deschanips. Al- ton Dean. James Lynch. Lawrence McConnick. Edgar Rivet. Harold Garno, William Lang. Edward Donahue. Harold Pat ram. Peter ^j O'Brien, Glen Sullivan. John G route* Johv Doyle. Edward Keil>. MORE FALSE ALARMS enjoyed. On October L'<>. Dr. Harold B. Herman, acting director of clinical psychiatry, road a paper on \Psy- choneuro.se ?\ before the Medical! Society of the county of Fianklin. at Ma lone. New York. On October 2o u package con- taining eatables, etc., wa b received from the American Legfoa Auxil- iary. Calon<ouch Post fc21. Clay-i ton. New York. On October 21, Charts 15. Dix, Three more false alarms were sounded last nighi^by election cel- ebrators. The previous night there were over thirty false alarms. supervising poiver plant engineer of the Department of Mental Hy- |departments have kept up the u>- ual repairs. * The following is th^ report of tne major farm crops for 1935 as com- pared with the average for the past five years: Hay. DC\ 5-V> tons. 5 yr. average. f>:;4 tons; ensilage. 1*^. S70 tons. 5 vr. average, 1,2SO tons; oats. l*r,n. |six meeks' course of instruction. regarding the duties pertaining to her jH>sHion. at Letch won h Vil- lar*-. Thiells. New York. I contract for installing refrigeration machinery and equipment in the new cold storage building wa^ ways and Edgar LaRock. U« I^Ron^ Jos- ^^\ rks araiastl** 11 **\•»*>« Chart** LaFlair and V^ t *s agaia*. _»_,. I Two coats Henry W. LaRock. being made by the contractor. A new silo, at the mest side dairy barn, started in September was of aluminum paint have been applied to the malls of i the cold room* at the coid stor- SS. CASCO GROUNDS AT CARDINAL CANAL' a *f- kqiMisK: - l rgent repairs giene. visited the hospital in rci- 2 9 V*M* bushels (estimatedL 5 yr. er*-::cr> to engineering problems. average. 3;536 bushels: potatoes. On October 23. E3izaheth O'Con- i$22. ^.iss bushels. 5 yr. aveiAe. nor. \-0!unteer social worker, re- if,77,1 bushels; onions/ lUZZ. 5oT^4 | turner! to duty after having had a |bs.. 5 yr. &xerjL^. 2>S7») f lbs.: cab- bagp, 1933, 1«>5.^4 lbs., 5 yr. av erage. li 1.772 lbs.: string beans. DC^, 1$,7<JS lo>^ 5 yr. average, 12. 2>i lbs.: beets. 15»33. 42.441 lbs.. * During ihe month work on thejyr. avexage, 3£**4$ lbs.: carrots. 19^3. M.341 lbs.. 5 yr. average. 5L squash. 1933. l*«.i-5S lbs . '.-\.1*4 Jbs.: turnips. j about < ompleted. Tes»s are now j i<fZZ **3~» lbs.. 5 yr. average. 4*. 342 lbs. 5 yr. average. 97.-\«94 Jbs. t FOR RENT—N-Ro<nn lloa>^. 1033 lIO townshipn mad maintt-nance &*ai* St Inquire 712 Franklnt ST ;j«ad« waich were reduced 12 1-2 i Tb * f***m*w Casco owned by the j per cent during 1*33. a new »stem j <*a«*da Srtrrh Company, went \of licensing motor trucks to permit. aground as the ve>se! was enier- FOR SALE—Go^d lse-3 Fnmitnrc Mayer's Furniture Exchange 2*1 Nort^i Wat^r S'^eet. below HackettV Sr^re. rtft track to license nt*! \^ th * €mt itwm «•* \ v ^\ channel to the dock at the company's plant at Cardinal with n cargo of *>* tons of coal Tu-sdav. the vehicle the first mi an> month at I a rate based on the fmctioaal part l<4 the unexpired calendar year. 127 lbs.: tomatoes. 1*33. 5L«tl* Ibs^ 5 yr. average. €5^9 lbs. As had been our practice ia the past, we have continued to can our surplus products, and this year the following were canned: Beets. No. 1*. **1 cans: string beans. No. 1*. CS9 cans: string to the window i bean*. No. 3. <*7 cans: pumpkin. | frames and sash at Fk»w«-r building| No. 3. 1&Z« cans: mustard pickles, are neine made. IT- gallons: Golden Glow pickles. Th«-farm activities of tne month<344 gallons: dull sauce. *1* f* 1 -- con*isTed in harvesting <2 acres of llpa*: celery snace. 2* gnllons: np-» potatoes and two acres each of* cue amber ptcklcs. 24 gallons: to^ mangel be-ts. turnips and enr-'mnta Jnlce. C2 safions. «•**- j p. C. TAIHMKEN. T!M* engineering and mechanical: £jperintendent. - A

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