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Seneca County courier-journal. (Seneca Falls, N.Y.) 1902-1944, July 21, 1927, Image 3

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The Courier lournal SENECA F A .; /. dveftiring . the. C o u n ty . Ira: il^ilrcac^ .me; Table. '' ,t»er Sanaa?. Ja_ 3rd; 1026, trains will PMS S«neca T a g as follows : EasTWxnn W*8TWARD Acccni ...... 6 25 A w I ♦Express* • • ■ '■‘xpress. 9,V3 4 m Express ........... -EXWSS .* a.32PM I •E xp » m — ” • A:55? k •Trains tun daily. ^ Other ti^ns daily except Gen Pass Agent New York ii&insof the Tlie regular meeting or th^ W C. T. U. will be held in the par- lors..of the Methodist Episcopal church next Tuesday afternpon, July 26th. Loafing hens in the iarm flock eat up th« profits the busy biddies make. Good poultrymen keep them just long enough to consign them to a ^.oultry dealer. Rev. H. R. Colemani qf New Lebanon has accepted a call to the] pastorate of the Memorial Congregational church, and will begin his new duties here on September 4th. Rev. Coleman will succeed Rev. I. L. Willcox, whp recently resigned. Careful spraying means clean iruit. Uncle Ab says that he does not live tor work, nor for play, but for enough of both. One way he gets both is to work at tasks he enjoys. A breakfast menu when you have over-night guests : Canta­ loupe, waffles and butter and ba­ con, maple syrup, strawberry preserves or blackberry jam, and milk or coffee. A fine new concrete walk has been laid' along the Chapel street side of the Metho^st Episcopal church. The new walk has been moved out to the curb, and is a great improvement. In a collision at Walnut ands Oak street on Friday afternoon, cars driven by Henry Mosher of Walnut street and Mrs. Louise Henderson of Chestnut street were slightly damaged. Sheep are gradually coming back on New York Farms. Cor­ nell ha^ a free bulletin on k e ^ - shcep lor p r ^ h A postcard to the colt^e e i agriculture a t Itha­ ca, asking for ^^-115, Will bring it. Authorities say that the prices bqing fqr mflk’ justifies; feed­ ing the best producers t» get .a few more pounds each day.— Weigh the feed ; weigh the milk; koep a pencil and tatty sheet near the scales. George R. Barden, off Penn Yan and Howard Brownell of Water­ loo paid fines ol $5. each when brought before Police Justice Thomas J. Kennedy on-Friday, charged with violating the speed ordinance. Both- men were ar­ rested by Motorycydle Officer James Delia. The Civil Service Commission will hold an examination here on August 20th to establish an eligi­ ble list for clerk-carricr in the Seneca Falls postoffice. Applica­ tions must be in by August loth. Application Ipiiauks may be ob­ tained from Frank L- VanTine, ; local secretary. Shoes that are too large are a misfit. The foot is not snugly supported. Blisters are formed, especially on the h'eels, and stockings are needlessly worn in­ to holes. Shoes should be cor­ rectly and carefully fitted. More than $2,500 was netted from the lawn social held last Wednesday and Thursday even- ing by St. Patrick’s church, ac­ cording to Rev. B. L. Quirk, pastor. The proceeds will make a neat addition to the church building fund. Claude R. Mann has placed an order for a new- 26 - passenger Case bus to be used between Seneca Falls and Auburn. The new bus body is being specially built for Mr. Mann and will be equipped with window shades, dome lights, electric fans and other late refinements. Seneca Falls free parking space is becoming morq, popular* end its advamjtages ^ e being appre­ ciated by many a,utoists. Satur­ day evening, more than 125 cars were parked behind’ the build ings, relieving tbje' acute, conges­ tion on the streets to a qonsider- abte extent. Seneca Falls W a s defeated by\ the Ovid team in a poorly played game of baseball at Ovid on Sunday by a score of X2 to 8, and as a result the locals have dropped to fourth place in the league standing. The Seneca Falls nine secured eight runs in the first two innings on loose play- ing by the Ovid nine, but were powerless after that time. Ovid secured tyyelve runs, on nine hits, two wild pitches, eight bases on balls and several costly errors. Milliman was on the mound for Ovid and Balsley for Seneca Falls. Seneca Falls Court, .No. 824, Catholic Daughters of America,- will hold their fourth annual pic­ nic at Rpseland on Canaiidaigua ,.Lake, Saturday afternoon. Au-; tomqbiles will leave St. Patrick]s :school at i o’clock. Miss Alice Rogers, grand regent, has named the following committee: Mrs. Marie Doran, M iss Geraldine Burns, Mrs. Anna Farron, Miss. Blanche Coffey, Mrs. Elsie For- nesi, Miss Agnes McGrain and Miss Alice Casey. A program of sports will be carried out with suitable prizes for the winners. More than one hundred members are expected to attend. The unmn service in VanCleef P^rlt next ^qxiijay evening will be in ebarge of^the Rev. O. O. Burley, of T;ijrre, and the sermon will be delivered by the Rev. C. F. VanMarter. In case of rain, services will be held in the Meth- qdist Episcopal church. Help to nK|ke. fhis.serviee a service. Cttltivation in th e vineyard should be discontinved during the latter part of July. Rye, mil­ let, or vetch planted then main­ tains the hnm u s s u p p ly. A good growth of weeds is better than no cover crop at a ll; and where weeds grow naturally, the costs of seed and seeding a cover crop may be saved. To shorten a pattern for a small person, fold a tuck in it half way between the armseye and the waist line, • and another tuck halfway between the waist line and the bottom. In cutting, straighten th® seam lines as ne­ cessary. If a shorter sleeve is required than that of the pattern, tak e tucks halfway below the elbow and armseye and halfway between the elbosW,and wrist, so that the elbow always reniainB in the coyrcct poj^ition. ations must be carefully fitted to the,|>qrfon befqre the material is cut. Raymond E. Strain of the life saving crew of the American Red Cross will visit this village for three days, beginning Monday, July 25th. He will give demon­ strations and instructions in life- saving from accidents, etc. Mr. Strain will demonstrate first aid and follow-up methods to be used after accidents. Highway Superintendent C. King and a force of employes are busy improving thi lake ro’ad from the Noble farm, south tow­ ards the town line. A sub base will be laid as far as the town funds will permit. This will be wel­ comed by those who travel over this road, which has been alm o st inipassable at certain times each Found guilty of beating Mrs. Helen Bell of Ovid street out of a $60 board bill, Ernest Deal, 25, of Rom u lus was fined $1$, sen­ tenced to i8o days in the Mon­ roe County Penitentiary and placed on probation for one year by Police Justice Thomas J. Ken-'- nedy on Saturday afternoon last.- During his probation. Deal must pay ^2 weekly to Probation Offi­ cer John S. Gay, which will be given Mrs. Bell to reimburse her ’ for the board bill.. Notice to Ct^itors. Pursuant to an order of H o n . L eon S. CjiURCH, Surrogate of the County of Seneca, New York, notice is here­ by gpiven according to all persons hav­ in g claims and demands against Jen­ nie G. Scott, late of the Village of Seneca Fallsjin said County, deceased that they are required to present same with the vouchers therefor to the subscriber, Mary E. Scott, tlie Eixecutrix of the Estate of said de­ ceased a t her place for the traosaetipn of business as such executrix at Uje q^ce of John S. Gay, Fisher Theatre Building in. the Village of Seneca Falls, Coumty of S’enecs, New Vbrk •h or before the isth day of July, 1907. Dated JauiUary 19*7. E. SC^T. ^eentrix. JOMN S. G a y , Attorney for E«ceeutrix, Fishier Theatre Bldg., Eleneca EoUs, N. T. The Seneca County Christian Endeavor Union picnic will be held at Sheldrake Springs on Saturday, July Z3rd, beginning at 2 o’clock. There will be a swimming race, ball game, and other sports and surpris,es. Sup­ per will be served at 6 o’clock. Everyone attending bring silver and sandwiches for himself, and each family at least one other dish of food. There will be a campfire service in the evening with Rev. I. Sherpenisse of the Tyre Refermed church'as speak­ er. A good time is promised! The various committees will be in charge of arrangements. Sullivan Coblio of Geneva is being held under bail of $i,ooo p^ding action of the Seneca County Grand Jury on a charge of giving a worthies check. He waved examination Friday when arraigned before Police Justice Thomas J. Kennedy. Coblio. was arrested at his grocery store in Geneva by Chief of Police Jos­ eph Casey on a warrant sworn out by Joseph Calarco, wholesale grocer of this village, charging him with giving a check of $70 for goods, which proved worth­ less. Calarco claims he took the check on June 26th and since made several unsuccessful at­ tempts to collect the money. Mrs- Catherine Carroll, 75, of 30 Mynderse street, narrowly es­ caped injury on Sunday evening when Nick Worski, 25, of Van Cleet street drove his autemobile into the porch on which she was sitting in an ’effort to avoid being struck by the westbound New York Central passenger train. She is reported as suffering from the shock. Worski reported at police headquarters that he was driving north on Mynderse street and was in a few feet of the cros­ sing when he discovered the ap­ proaching train. The only alter­ native, he stated, was to driyq qnto the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. JIarry Soper, with whom Mrs. Carroll resided. A part of the Soper porch .was torn away and a quantity of plaster w^s kriocked off the ceiling and ]wralis ,pf the front rpom, Jq|m Rjipkjind Lambert |>ut fortunately all ithtee. escaped mjary- Tax (JoUeicjtor’a Jifqtice. T ake 1< otic E:—I, the aj^ersign- ed, the collector of taxes in and for the Village o f ^n e c a Falls, M. Y., have received the tax foil' and war­ rant for the collection of taxes for the present year, nnd that I will at­ tend at my office in the Municipal Building on Fall street in said Vil­ lage on June 15th, 1927, and to and including July 15th, 1927, from nine o’clock in the forenoon until four o’clock in the afternoon of each busi- ne.ss day for the collection of said J o h n C. H u m p h r e y , Collector. WANTED;—Man with car to drive country. No experience necessary. Special* training given free. Good pay—$40 to a week—for steady work, Write today. Bo.x 1632, Dept. E, Philadelphia, Pa. ___________ FRIDAYS I July 15, 39 AusMt U, 19, 2^ Si»ptetn|tMir .2, ! (t1.C ^ Atlantie 'City ' mnd other .Southern New Je»ey Reaorta Boom W7, Brisbane Buildin PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD in^dtejoi sh o u ) 4 b e y o u r firslj; t h o u g h t. Quickly, 6aMly and ihexpehsively, the Long: Distance telephone ^ t ^ you in direct, vocal touch with business as­ sociates pr friepds. 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