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j : THE SE N E C A C O U N T Y C O U R IE R -JO U R N A L The Courier - Journal SENECA FALLS, N. Y. OldMt Bepublioan Paper kx Seneca County. J. D. PO L L A R D - EDITOR PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY The Jonrnal Publishing Co. ( l im i t e d ) A lice B. P ollabd , - President. J. D. P ollard , Sec. and Treas. CLARY BLOCK. SENECA FALLS. N. Y. Eighty-five dollars was realized by the ladies of the Congregational church from' the benefit picture “The Quarter-Back” starring Richard Dix, a t the Fisher Theatre last week The New York State Conference of Congregational Churches will be held at Canandaigua May 17th to .i^tlT '^Nationally known speakers will be in attendance. ^ TERMS: Oounty Subaotlbers, SS.00 when paid in advance Sabaocibers outside the county, SS.OO per year postace prepaid; SupgCription fer six montbs, fl.OO in adranee. BATES FOR ADVERTISING Made Known Upon Application CHURCHES FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev. Robert D. Merrill. Pastor The Light Bearers Band will meet this week on Thursday afternoon, and the Westminster Circle will meet in the Junior Room on Friday after­ noon. Sunday, May 9th, is designated as Mother’s Day. The subject of the sermon at the morning service at 10:30 will be “Like the Merchant- Ships.” The Sunday School, includ­ ing the Philathea Class for women and the Tower Class for men, will meet at 11:50. The Christian En­ deavor Society will hold its devo­ tional meeting at 6:15, and all are invited to it. The Tower Class will hold a social •n Monday evening, May 9tb, at 8 o’clock. All men of the congrega­ tion and any friends whom they may wish to invite or bring with them will be welcome. There ,,ill be good fellowship, some short talks and refreshments. The Woman’s Missionary Society ■will meet at the home of Mrs. Geo. Cox, 247 Fall street, on Tuesday afternoon, May 10th. at 3 o’clock. Mrs. A. R. Brim will be the leader. The Charity Circle of the King’s Daughters will meet at the home of Mrs. R. R. Nichols, 43 West Bayard street, on Wednesday afternoon, May 11th, at 2:30. Members should come prepared to sew. There will be a tureen supper. * The Flower Circle will meet on Wednesday afternoon. May 1st, at 2:80 at the home of Mrs. Lawrence VanCleef on the Auburn Road. The subject of the mid-week meet­ ing on Thursday evening. May 12th, at 7:30 will “Changing Stand­ ards,” Matt. ’ 7:48. COIMGF ■ ^ONAL CHURCH. -Rev. Ii Willcox. Pastor T-i f -ay 4th, mid-week meeting in tL= loeture room at 7:80. Topic; “Zeal 'Vithout Knowledge,” Rom. 10:1-21. Friday, May 5th, the Ladies’ Aid Society will hold their monthly meeting with Mrs. Lucy Cuddeback, 5 Miller street, at 2;30. The new constntution and by-laws will be voted upon. Sunday, May 8th, morning wor­ ship at 10:30. Sermon on “What We Owe Our Mothers.” Church School at 12 o’clock. Topic: “Ele­ ments in Ideal Home Life,” Eph. 6: 1-9. The C. E. meeting at 6 o’clock. This service will be known as Moth­ ers’ and Fathers’ Night. A special program is being arranged. As this is the only eTening service, t good attendance is urged. Rev. Inman L. Willcox speke last Suneay morning on the recent meet­ ing held April 21st and 22nd at Sher­ rill of the Central District of the Union Association of Congregational Churches and Ministers of New York, with excerpts of the speakers, etc. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. CHURCH. Rev. H. G. Burley, Pastor Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30, after which the Official Board will meet for its monthiy meeting. Sunday Services—10:30 Morning worship. The service will be in hon­ or of motherhood, and the pastor’s theme will be “An Ancient Com­ mand.” 12:00—Sunday School for all ages. 6:00—Epworth League Service. Leader, Rosetta Thomas. Topic- “With Christ in the Out-of- Doors.” 7:00—Evening Worship. “A Woman’s Song” will be the sub­ ject of the pastor’s sermon. Monday night the Sunday School Board will hold its regular meeting. Thursday night the regular prayer meeting will beheld. We are pleased with the large number attending this service. “Draw nigh to God, and He will draw nigh to you.” Friday night the Woman’s Home Missionary Meeting will be held. BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Wm. Howes. Pastor Sunday—Morning worship at 10:30 with a special “ Mother’s! Day” mes­ sage by the pastor. There will be flowers and singing appropriate to the occasion. Sunday School at 11:45 with classes for all ages. The Young Peoples’ meeting at 6 o’clock. Subject; “Elements in Ideal Home Life.” Leader, Mrs. W, A. Howes. As the subject is of importance to every home lover and home maker, the leader extends an urgent invita­ tion to parents and other adult members to attend this service. Evening worship at 7 with sermon by the pastor. Mid-week service of prayer and song Thursday at 7:30 and you are invited to all our services. The Philathea Society will give a tureen supper at. 6 o’clock on Fri­ day evening. Business meeting of the society, also ef the Baraca Class will follow, after which there will be a parcel post sale. The Missionary Circle will meet at the parsonage, 32 Miller street, next Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. Mrs. Leet will conduct the devotions and Mrs. Hayes will have enlarge. Sub­ ject; “The PhilHppine Islands.” TRINITY EPISCOPAL Rev. W. B. Clarke, D. D., Rector The services next Sunday the Third Sunday after Easter will be: Holy Communion at 6:00; Church School at 9:45; and Morning Prayer with sermon at 11:00. In place of usual evening service, a Pageant, entitled “How the Light Came,” will be given in the Parish House at 7:00 p. m. Tho reading at this week’s Friday evening Service from Dr, Atwater’s “The Episcopal Church, its Message for Men of Today,” has for its sub­ ject, “ The Flistoric Ministry.’’ The Convocation of this, the Fifth District of the Diocese, will be held in St. Matthews’ Church, Moravia, next week Monday and Tuesday. The District Meeting of the Wo­ man’s Auxiliary will be held on Tuesday in conjunction with the Convocation, beginning with a Cele­ bration of the Holy Communtion at ten o’clock. It is hoped thr be a large delegation iio u i oui Parish. PERSONALS CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. Services Sunday 11 a. m., in No. 3 Fisher Theatre Building. Subject “Adam and Fallen Man.” Midweek services, -iduding testi­ monies of Christian Science healing are held the first Wednesday of each month at 8 P. M. The public is cordially invited to these services. Add a bouillon cube to the water in which macaroni is cook- .ed and it will have a delightfully different taste. F em ale H elp W an t e d - L h - dies who can do plain home sew­ ing and want profitable spare time work. Send stamped ad­ dressed envelope for particulars. G lend a l e C o ., Putnam Station, N. Y. —Miss Lonnelle Crossley, daugh­ ter of Rev. and Mrs. H. S. Crossley of East Bloomfield, has been elected a member of Phi Kappa Phi, honor­ ary fraternity at Syracuse Univer­ sity, Miss Crossley was a former student at Mynderse Academy. —Mrs. Robert Ritchie of Norwalk, Conn., is spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Hull in Clinton street. —Miss Clara Geb was home from Syracuse University for the week —Miss Hilda Dutschman spent the weok end in Syracuse. —Miss Lucy Cardwell of Victor spent the week end here. — Rev. Robert D. Merrill of the First Presbyterian church represent­ ed the Geneva Presbytery last week at a meeting at Washington College, Tennessee. —Robert Ennis has accepted a po­ sition as barber a t the Hotel Gould barber shop. -Robert C. Wayne, who has been spending the winter in Pittsburgh, Pa., has returned to his home here. —Miss Alice Ferguson has return­ ed from a visit with relatives in Rochester. —John Fetter of Warren, Ohio, has been spending a few days with relatives here. —Mrs. Daniel Moran was in Syra­ cuse Saturday. -H . D. Knight; Harry Smith, John Fyfe. Frederick Hudson and Louis H. Hood motored to Ottawa, Canada last week to attend the Dis­ trict Rotary Convention, as dele­ gates from the Seneca Falls Club, —Miss Maude I. Stowell has re­ turned from a visit with Mrs. H. A. Jacobson in New York. —Mrs. W. E. Davis of Clinton street will entertain the Auction Bridge Club next Monday afternoon at the Crocker tea room in Water­ loo. —Mrs. Robert G. Knight enter­ tained the Evening Bridge Club last evening at her home in State street. —Mrs. W. D. Pomeroy will enter­ tain the Five Hundred Club this afternoon at her home in' Cayuga street. —W. D. Pomeroy is on a business trip to Texas in the interest of the Gould Pump Company. —William Lacey and Walter Me Ardle were in Buffalo Sunday and Monday. \ —Franklin Woods of New'York was the Sunday guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Woods in Cayu­ ga street. —Mr, and Mrs, Ernest Smith and children and Hugh Baker of Syra­ cuse, were here Sunday to assist in celebration of the 81st birthday an­ niversary of Joseph B. Seigfred of Porter street. Mr. Seigfred was em­ ployed at the Gould plant for more than half a century. —Walter Scott and grandson, Marion Scott, have returned from a motor trip to Glens Falls and Taberg —Mr. and Mti?. William ClavL of Elmira wer<^ week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Clark in Jefferson street. — Mrs. Jessie M. Matthews will represent this village at the Parent- Teachers’ Association convention to be held in Gr 'ton on Saturday, May 14th. —Henderson & Ford automobile dealers of Auburn, are opening a \'logroom in Fall street in the block, formerly ccc- ;oc1 by Maynard H’flhs. Mr ‘duioy '!)& tc .. bock ip the qu\' formerly occupied by the Congd Electric Shop, —Mrs. Ge .ge M. Guion and Mrs, Hamilton Garnsey are spending the week w ith ’'•'latives in Newton, Mass. -—Mrs Gat- c. Meehr.n of West Fall street, one of the oldest resi­ dents of this village, celebrated her ninety-first birthday Tuesday. —Dr. and Mrs. A. Letellier and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mackin motored to Rochester yesterday. —Alvah L. Wheeler of Chapel street has purchased the Quinn property at the corner of Walnut and Chest­ nut straeta. —Mrs. Edwin Guy Doane of Por­ ter street is spending two months in Jackson, Mississippi. at the Binghamton state hospital, following a short illness. Mr. Dives was born in Cherry Valley and made his home six miles north of Seneca Falls for the past twelve years. He was taken ill while attending his mother’s fun­ eral in Cherry Valley six weeks ago, and was removed to the Binghamton state hospital for treatment. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ruth Dives, and three small children, Elsie, Hil­ da and Willard Dives of Tyre, his father, Willard G. Dives ot Cherry Valley. The remains were brought here and taken to Sanderson’s undertaking rooms in State street, and the faneral was held Tuesday afternoon at 2 :30, Rev. O. O. Burley, pastor of the Tyre Methodist Episcopal church officiating, with burial in Maple Grove cemetery Waterloo. Guaranteed, last-color fabrics prove that their value after a few trips to the laundry. Ask for them when getting warm-weather clothes. MAGEE Chester Strong has purchased a new tractor of Clinton More­ house. The Children’s Day committee appointed last Sunday morning at the Reformed church includes Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schoonmak- er, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Strong and Mr. and Mrs. Alanson Bis- Miss Grace VanArsdale enter­ tained a number of girl friends on Saturday, the occasion being her birthday. Barton Morehouse is home irom the Clifton Springs Sanitar­ ium, where he has been receiv­ ing treatment. The W . C. T, U. will hold a pastay sale in Seneca Falls on Saturday afternoon. Howard Strong was elected trustee of district number four at the school meeting held on Tues­ day evening. Mrs. James Poulton, Mrs. Ho­ mer VanRiper and Mrs. Charles Orman attended a masters’, lec­ turers’ and Home Economics Conference at Waterloo on Tues­ day of last week. Miss Muriel Goodwin has re­ turned to her home after spend­ ing some time in Rochester. TAKE NOTICE. The undersigned assessors of the Village ot Seneca Falls, N. Y., have completed their assess­ ment roll for the present y e a r ; that a copy thereof has been left with the Village Clerk, to wit, jolni C. Humphrey at his office j in the Municipal Building, I i 6 I Fall Street, where it may be seen ' and examined by any person I until the 3rd da\’ ot May, 1927, ' and that on such last named day I from I :30 to 5 ;30 o’clock in the alternoon, said assessors will meet at the Municipal Building, 116 Fall street, in the said vil- h’ge to hear'and determine all oumplaints in relation to such assessment and review the same, on the application of any person conceiving himself aggreived thereby. Dated this 21st day of April, 1927. W . H . A d k i n s o n , J o h n E. M a c k in , M a r v i n R. S m it h . Assessors. FLOYD W. DIVES. Floyd W . Dives, aged thirty- eight years, who had conducted a barber shop in State street for the past five years, died Saturday RHEUMATISM While in France with the American Army I obtained a noted Freodi pre­ scription for the treatment of Rheu- motiam and Neuritis. I have fiivsn this to thousands with wonderful re­ mits. The prescription cost me noth­ i n . I aSk aoHiiiig far it. I will wail it if you will send me your address. A postal will bring it. Write today. PAUL CASB, Dapf. M-9H, Brockton, M iwb . “Time In” With Success “Broadcasting” prosperity is one of our pleasant duties. To \pick up” our messages of help­ fulness, adjust your financial \wave lengths” to ours by opening an In­ terest Account here today. This will help you to \tune in” with success. THE SENECA COUNTY TRUST COMPANY o t S e n e c a F a lls N . Y . Formerly the Exchange JNational Bank or so JOu can DROP this heavy burden T T 7HY burden yourself with house- V V work that electricity can do better and so many times cheaper ? An electric vacuum cleaner will , eep your rugs, and clean your fur- :. t ure. An electric washer will laun- d^ r your delicate curtains-an electric ironerwill iron them. The inter-connected power plants of the Buffalo, Niagara and Eastern Power Systems help to make it possi­ ble for electricity to come to you at the lowest possible cost. And so, your electricity is cheap. It is the biggest bargain you buy. Use it freely. T h e N ia ga ra , L ockport a n d O nta r io P ow e r C o m p a n y . I *

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