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Seneca County courier-journal. (Seneca Falls, N.Y.) 1902-1944, August 09, 1928, Image 2

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T H E S E S B C A C O U N T Y OOHIU£&r<IO.tIKHAl The Courier - Journal SEN E C A FALLS, N - Y . 014««t BepabUpaa Paper in Seaeoa Count;.. S^tared as second-olass m atter at postoSLoei S#OBoa FaH s. NT. T .. u n d e r ' A e t of Cougcress. Muck 3. 1879. J. D . POLLARD - EDITO R PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY Tie Joirnal Pnblislimg Co. (niXITBO) A u c x B. PoLLABD, ■ President. J. D. P 01 U.AKD, Sec. and Treas. (H.ABY BLOCK, SENECA FALLS. N. Y. T E R M S : O w a t ; Sabeerlbers, SS-00 when paid in advauce •ahMtUMN ontslde tha c o u n t;, fS.OQ per year PMtacce prepaid; Supscriptien fer six months, $1.00 in advauee. RATES FOR ADTERTiSINO Made Known Upon Applination CHURCHES fm S T PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Hev. Kobert D. Merrill. Pastor The Sunday School meets during these summer months at 9:30 a. m. Sunday, August 12th —Morning ‘Service of the church at 10:30. The pastor, Rev. Robert D. Merrill, •will conduct the service and preach a sermon on the theme “Love With­ out Hypocrisy.\ There will be no union evening services during the Month of August. METHODIST CPISCOPAL CHURCH. Rev. H. B u r l#, Pastor Sunday services, August 12th— Maruing watshipf. Sermph the ywi^n'f This will ba the second ju a aaries of aeriobahs on “The fou n tain s of the Bible.” Mbuntoin tops idspira high thinking. Think with us Sunday. 11^15—Sunday School for all ages. If you are in toi^n da not fail, to be present for Sunday School as well as the church services. Church and Sunday School work is discouraging enough in the summer because so many forget the Sabbath. Those at home should cheer the workers by their presence at the church on Sun­ day. Do not forget that the ex­ penses of the church also go on dur­ ing the summer months, and keep your pledge paid up. There will be no evening services during August, and DO prayer meeting. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Rev. H. R, Coleman, Pastor The church choir has accepted the invitation of Rev. and Mrs. 0. H. Denny to Camp Ge-Ha-Da on Keuka Lake the second Sunday in August for the week end. Morning worship Sunday at 11 o’clock, te which the congregation and friends are invit­ ed. A picnic dinner will be served. Regular church services will be resumed at the Memorial Congrega­ tional church starting l^unday, Sep­ tember 9th, the second Sunday in September. C H R I S T I A N S C I E N C E . Services Sunday 11 a. m., in No. 3 Piaher Theatre Building. Subject “ Soul.” WSdweek services including testi­ monies of Christian Science healing are held every Wednesday at 8 P. M. The public is cordially invited to t h ^ aervioea. TRINITY EPISCOPAL R a y . W. B. Ctai'ke. D. D.. Rector The Serviees next Sunday, the Tenth Sunday after Trinity, #iH be: H<Hy Gonramnion a t B o’clock, and Morning Prayer with ;serMon at 11. aaUE iUnole Xben. ''when be ariatiltee {eafla* for pee^\ Sluiwcrijbc fpr the Cunrier. PERSiBJALS 1 —Rev. and Mrs. H. G. Burley and son, Carlton, have returned from their vacation spent at Lake George. —Miss Blanche Daggett of Ottum­ wa, Iowa, is visiting the Misses Blanche and Nora Daniels in Pros­ pect street. —Miss Amelia Guion has returned from a two week’s visit with rela­ tives in Buffalo. —Miss Garoline Garnsey of New York is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Garnsey at Lake- holme on Cayuga Lake. —Miss Bernice Stearns of Roches­ ter spent the week end at Trinity Church Rectory. —Mr. and Mrs. J. Marshall Guion of Buffalo spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Guion in South Park street. —Mr. and Mrs. Chester D. Strong and family of Chicago and Miss Mabel Fleming of Rochester are vis­ iting Mr. and Mrs. Judson Warner in Stevenson street. —Mias Helen Morra and Nicholas Morra have returned to Schenecta­ dy after spending a month with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morra in VanCleef street. —Mrs. Albert King, Mrs. Clar­ ence Conkey, Mrs. Edward Brower and Mrs. William Craft attended the Rebekah convention in Lockport last week and also visited friends at North Tonawanda. Rev. and Mrs. Arnold Smith and children of Union, Mo., are vis­ iting Mrs. Smith’s mother, Mrs. Kate Leland in State street. —Mr. and Mrs, James Lynch and daughter, Mary Ellen, of Akron, Ohio, are visiting his mother in East Bayard street. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Streeter, Mr, and Mrs. David Streeter and Mrs. Henry Miller and daughter of Riveredge, N. J., have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. A, J. VanTine in Myn- derse street. —^Tbe Misses Mary and Bertha MeKeon, Lina Kellogg, Alice Allen, Mrs. Frank Wilson, Mrs. John P. Lacey, Mrs, Emmett J. Ryan and Mrs, Emmptt J. Ryan, Jr., were dipper gueste, Saturday evening of Mrs. R. W. Atefater m Syracuse. -M r . aad Mrs. Edward Moll and daughter o f Chapel street are on a motor trip: to WaabinKtpn, D.G. M|r«- ?foeeph.ihar<Ri?^a pf cieye- JiSlid, Ohio, is vieitip|r ,her parfuto, Mr', and ii^ra. Robert Mills in Bridge slfcretl. —Otto H. Kahsnitz, formerly foreman at the Seneca County Press office, has purchased a weekly news­ paper and job printing business at Portville. Mr. Kahsnitz is at pres­ ent head of Powhatan Lodge, No. 310,1. 0 . 0 . F. —Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sorenson are enjoying a motor trip through the Adirondacks. Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Flick- inger and daughter are on a motor trip to Hartford, Conn., and other New England points. —Mrs. P. F. McManus and son, Bar^rett, of Rochester are spending a month with Mr. and Mrs, Peter Barrett. —Miss Mary A. Flanagan is spend­ ing the week with Miss Essie Trant in Rochester. —The Misses Anna and Florence Becker left Monday to spend two weeks with relatives at Province- town, Mass. —Mr. and Mrs. Harold B.. Peno- yar and daughter are on a motor trip to visit relrtives at Providence, R. I. —Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hilbert and Mr. and Mrs. Ffed Morris are on a motor trip to Montreal and Quebec. —Mrs. Franklin Harde and son of Pittsburgh, Pa., are visiting her mother, Mrs. Ellen Somers in Fall street. —Rev. and Mrs. Walter Cook and family of Rochester are spending the week in camp at Cayuga Lake. —Mr. -aad Mrs. Leo Wycker and children and Mrs. _ William Norton visited Mr- and Mrs. Clarence Goons in Rochester Sunday. —Frank Fasten o f Hartford, Conn., is visiting his mother, Mrs. Louise Easton in Rumsey street. —Mrs. . Charles Lewis of Chapel street hi^h^P/Bjien,ding A few days' iu the Adirondacks. —Miss Mary Viele has relprned' from a visit at Fourth Lake in the- Adirondacks. -l^ isa Nellie Algtre of Buffalo of Buffalo has been apending a fewi days with Mrs. Eliner C. Wajr/P® her summer home at Cayuga I s k e . —Mr. and Mrs. Manley Piersons, Mr. And Mrs. William Burke and son, Mr. and Mrs. M. R, Burkhart of Rochester were Sunday guests ef Mr. and Mrs. Grey Salisbury in Chapel street. —Miss Jane Weatherlow of Sweet Briar College, Virginia, is spending the month of August at her home in State street. —Dr. and Mrs. P, .W. Lester and Miss Carol Lester are on a motor trip through the Adirondacks. —Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Marsh of Maple street have returned from a motor trip through the New En­ gland states and Canada. —William Rock of New York spent the week end with his grand­ mother, Mrs, Catharine Harmon in Haigh street. —Mr. and Mrs. William Dawson have returned to Methuen, Mass., after visiting relatives here. They were accompanied home by Mrs. William Ullrich and Miss Minnie Ullrich, who will spend several days —Thomas Hoey and Miss Lucy Haggerty of Rochester spent the week end with relatives here. —Mrs. William Andrews has re­ turned to her home in New York after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Souhan on the lake road, —Mr, and Mrs. George B. Huff in company with Mr. and Mrs. William Ferguson of Ilion are on a motor trip to St. Anne de Beaupre, Que- —Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yury and son of Rochester were guests last week of his father, John Yury in Prospect street. -Miss Agnes McDonald is spend­ ing the week with Miss Lillian Woods in Rochester. —Dr. and Mrs. Frederick George of Syracuse and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy George of Philadelphia are visiting at the home of Henry George in West Fall street. —The Misses Eva and Hazel Mes­ ser are spending the summer vaca­ tion with relatives at Springfield, Vt. and Claremont, N. H. —Mr. and Mrs. Verdi Ritter of Buffalo are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Royston in Chapel street. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Warren of State street have announced the engagement of .their daughter^ Miss Josephine Warren, to J. Henry..^^-: top of Philadelphia, Pa. —The MiasM Helen and Bdna Gale are a^nding some time at their aumtn^r home at Camp Agate on Fourth Lake iu'the Adirondaeka. -M r . and Mrs. William H, Icinof New Yoir|c hayis be?n yisiting his mother^ Mrs. M^ry Mackia in Green street. —Miss'Anna Ferguson and Miss Monica Nugent ar.e on a ten day’s motor trip to Portland, Maine. —Mr. and Mrs. L. R. VanEtten and family are on a motor trip to Carthage and the Adirondacks. —Benjamin Leonard of Hemp­ stead, Long Island, has’ been called here by the illness of his mother, Mrs. Edward J. Bardole. —Blake Fisher of St. Louis, Mo„ has been spending a few days here, before leaving for a business trip to Cali^rnia. —Henry Meaoham is spending a week in New York city. —Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Harmon of Rochester spent the week end with relatives here, —Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Sisson of Fayette are the proud parents of a daughter born last Thursday. —Miss Mary Coffey and John Cof­ fey of Seneca street have returned from a motor trip to Montreal, Can­ ada. —Mr. and Mr». Peter Kelly and family of Pontiac, Mich., have been visiting at the home of Frank R, Cruire in West Fall street. —Mrs, James Searle of Penzance, England, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Semmona in Latham street. —Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McGraw and Miss Marie McGraw have re­ turned to New York after apending a month at the Fetter cottage at Cayuga Lake. —E. J. Milway of the Woqlworth store motored to Warren, Ohio, Saturday and on his return waa ac­ companied home by his family, who' have boeR speading three Weeks in that c ity.. —Mr. and A%rt McNapey. hula, Ohio,. after a visit with hp l^renta, Mr', and Mrs. Albert Me* Nahey in Eittt Bayard Street. —Miee Helen MeDermott. daugh­ ter of Mr. add Mrs.; Jamea mott of Bridge street) submitted G l e n S s e r a r s i o n ' SUNDAY, AUGUST 12 .sS s i/si., : IS?\.::: K .-S S S f J u ; l a i t r . :1S Lv. V,/u.e;(or, . . tOrdS a.m . .75 A r. W a tkins G len . I’, t; turning! l.v . W a lkin'! G ten ...... 4:*15 p .m . Cnr,-,'.:h A g ents T O B K C E W T a A l. TO HOLDERS OF Thinl Liberty Loan Bonds isury offers a 3 ^ per cent. 12-15 year . Treasuty bond in exch^ge for Third Liberty LoaniBonds. The new bonds will bear interest from July 16, 1928. Interest oh Third Liberty Loan Bonds surrendered for exchange will be paid in full to September 15, 1928. Holders should consult their banks at once for further de­ tails of this offering. .Tlurd Liberty Loan Bonds mature on September 15, 1928, and will cease to bear interest on that date. A. W . M E I.LON, Secretary of the Treasury. Washington, July 5, 1928. “ Tune In” With Sococss “Broadcasting*\ piosperity k one of <mr pleasant duties. To '\pick; up” our message^ of keip- fuliieflB, adjust your financial \'wave lengliis” to ours by opening an In­ terest Aecxiunt here today. This will help you to \tune in” with success. THE SENECA COUNTY TRUST COMPANY ot Seneca Falls N. Y.. Formerly the Exchange National Bank —John S. Maxwell, city judge-at Amsterdam and Post Department Commander of the G. A. R. of New York State, has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. Frederick S. Smith in Cayuga street. Charles T. Max­ well and John Davidson of Philadel­ phia also have been guests at the Smith home. —Mrs. F. M. B. Taylor of Detroit^ Mich., has beenvisiting relativM here.. Mrs; Taylor secured a diyorea on DecembjB.r 8fch,. 1»2|4, on thf jerou^ds o f cruelty aad ww ivirarded alimony from heV former husband. This will bb haws tb her many friends. Mrs. Taylor was formerly Miss Mae McGreevy of Seneca-Falls. —Mrs. Herbert Weed and daugh­ ter, Marien, e f Portland. Mich., who .have been enjoying a motor trip^ ^ through Canada and New Yerk, are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Strong in Chapel Oldn^ Know When to Quit Pounding “How did It come, sah, dat -when « looked like dat cullud man. bad don* got yo’ plumb licked yo' turned hln» over and hammered him good?” “Well, sah, he didn't know when to quit. He kept on uh-'whippin* mo when whl^pln' had gone out o’ fashion.”— Kansas City Star. ^ F o u n d —On the Seneca Falk- Fayelte road. Package contain­ ing several bathing suits. Owner may have same by calling and proving property. Miss Sarah Johnson, 140 Ovid street, phone 373-J- NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL. The undersigned, Assessors of the Town of Seneca Falls, Coun­ ty of Seneca, N. Y., have com­ pleted their Assessment Roll for the present year, that a copy thereof has been left at the office of the Town Clerk, City Hall Building, where it may be ex­ amined by any person from the 1st day o f August until the 21st day af August, 1928, from 10 a. m. until 4 p. m. each day. On the last mentioned day said A s-. aesscr.s v.'iU meet to hear and de­ termine all-complaints in relation to such assessments, and review^ the same upon the applieation of any person 'conceiving hlcnselL agifrieyed therobyV ' 'bated this 30th day of July, W m . H . H a r p s t , G borge H .‘L ket , F . W . ’F l e m i n g . you go for the wening drive LEAVl . . . * LIGHTS. . . BURNING \ nap on a living room light as you leave for the drive after sup­ per. The cost to you will be about the price of your evening paper— cheap pro­ tection against burglars! It’s unwise to leave your home dark at any time— when electricity is so cheap. Interconnected power plants of the Niagara Power System supply electric service where and when it is needed. Generating expenses have: been reduced to a minimum; Operating costs lowered. All these savings ^are reflected in your monthly bill. ; Niagara Power Service actually costs less today than in 1914. You can afford to ^.iise it freely. N iagara ,; L ocsci ^ rt and O ntario , P qwbr C ompany NIAGARA H ^ B S $ | I V 1 CE

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