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The daily news. (Batavia, N.Y.) 1881-current, April 07, 1965, Image 14

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{ 1 4 THE BATAVIA DAILY NEWS <fcl _ ________ Wednesday, April 7 , 1965 R o l l e r S k a t i n g , S w i m m i n g F o r C o r f u - E a s t P e m b r o k e CORFU—The activities of the Corfu-East Pembroke Youth Recreation Program, as an nounced by C. H. Mantor, di­ rector: Roller skating at the East Pembroke School on Saturdays will continue until the end of the school year, and swimming for Grades 4 through 8 Satur­ day afternoons until the end of the school year* Those in the East -Pembroke area interested in roller skating are advised to contact Coach Kellog for tim e schedules. Sw im m ing at the B a tavia YMCA is scheduled for four Saturday afternoons on a di­ vided school district basis and then likely w ill alternate boys and girls from the combined school district in mid-May through the remainder of the school year. Each one needs a towel* a pool fee of 25c and bathing suit and, girls only, caps. Money for an ice cream B a p t i s t W o m e n M e e t T h u r s d a y A t V a r y s b u r g VARYSBURG - The Ladies Aid of the Community Baptist Church will meet Thursday af­ ternoon at the home of Mrs Helen Francis. Mrs. Jeanette Knab will be co-hostess. Rummage, Food Sale The Hook & Ladder Girls Firemen’s Auxiliary will mee Tuesday evening at the Fire Hall. The auxiliary plans rummage sale on April 24. Bak­ ed foods will also be on sale. Goodwill Visit s The Goodwill Industries true] will stop at the Riber home on April Anyone interested is invited to open house sponsor­ ed by the Buffalo Goodwill In­ dustries on May 4. Surprise Party Mrs. Olive Guerten, who cele­ brated her- 80th birthday anni­ versary last week, was given surprise party by her grand­ children. Shower Hostess Mrs. Albert Plowe entertain­ ed at a variety shower Sunday afternoon in the Baptist Church parlors in honor of her nephew and his wife, Mr, and Mrs Thomas Weber of Lancaster who were recently married. Attend Funeral Mrs. Alice Matteson, Mr. anc Mrs. Milburn Parmerter, Grant Matteson and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Wright- attended the fu­ neral at Attica of Mrs. Elsie Lindsey. Supervisor and Mrs. Lloyd Clark attended the Klee-Lenke wedding ,at Springbrook Satur­ day. Mrs. Ethyle West and Mrs Grace Kibler attended a meet­ ing of the Genesee Country But­ ton Club at Corfu. Walter Ades of Rochester, Miss Florence Pelling of Pitts ford and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Silvernail called on Mrs. Re­ becca Ades at St. Jerome Hos­ pital, Batavia. Pfc. Norman Weichnick of Wheeling, W. Va., was a week­ end guest of Miss Linda Wolfe, M rs. G erald Conrad, spent several days in Buffalo visiting hep father, Jervis Devin, a sur­ gical patient in Mt. Mercy Hos* pital. She was an overnight p e # 9f Mrg. James Craren. Guests of Relatives Miss: Loir Lewis and Mrs Mae Kelsey were Sunday guests of relatives m Corning. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Gilbert of Perry and Mrs. Margaret McTaggert of Buffalo were re­ cent Quests of Mr. and M rs. Eli BaeizolcL Supervisor and Mrs. Lloyd Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sage attended a meeting of the County Officers Assn. at Gros- singer. Mrs. Robert Embt attended a bridal shower Sunday at Ben­ nington Town Hall, held in hon­ or of Miss Nancy Parrish. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hau- sauer of Elma called Sunday at the Kenneth Becker home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fugle and Mrs. Adeline Conrad called on Mrs. Charles Fugle at Genesee Memorial Hospital, Batavia* Sunday evening. The Fugle chil­ dren; spent the evening with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Grover. stop is optional. The * bus schedule for swim­ ming: leave Corfu School at 2:30 p.m., Pembroke Central School 2f35, East Pembroke school at 2:45 and return to East Pembroke School at ap­ proximately 5; 15, Brick House Corners at 5:25 and Corfu School at 5:30. Group scheduling is as fa lows: April 10, girls only, from the Corfu Elementary Schoo district; April 17, girls only from the East Pembroke Ele­ mentary School district; Apri 24, no program; May 1, boys only from the Corfu Elementary School district; May 8, boys only from the East Pembroke School district. Parents are asked not to send children in Grade 3 until Sum­ mer, or until an announcemen is made there is room on the bus after the combined dis trict attendance is evaluated C l a s s W ill M e e t F o r B y r o n D i n n e r BYRON — The Presbyterian Friendly Service Class will hole its April meeting Thursday, tureen dinner to be served at 12:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Nellie Salisbury. Each one is to take a tureen, dishes and silver ware. Mrs. Herbert L. New comb will assist the hostess. Miss Marian Lewis will lead the devotions. Plans will be made for the May breakfast. Guests at Shower A variety shower in honor of Miss Brenda A. Huber of Hor- nell was held at the home of Mrs. Raymond I. Huber of Jamestown Terr., Rochester. Miss Huber’s aunt, Mrs. Ray­ mond I. Huber, assisted by Mrs Gordon C. Huber of Caledonia and Mrs. James Scheiber of El­ ba, served refreshments. Guests were present from Al­ bion., Canandaigua, Byron, Ber­ gen and Scottsville. Guests of Cousins . Mrs. Minnie C. Stanton, ac­ companied her brother and sis- fcer-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl A. Liles of South Byron, to visit their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. William Wolford of Stafford for dinner. C o r f u a n s A t t e n d H a i r - S t y l e S h o w CORFU—Circle 2 of the Unit-1 ed Presbyterian Women spon­ sored a hair-styling demonstra-| ion at Hen’s & Kellys in Buf­ falo with 40 attending. Mrs. Frank Doll and Mrs. Gordon Deagman are circle chairmen.] Attend Program The Rev. and Mrs. M. James I Bower attended a program for chaplains at the Veterans Hos­ pital, Canandaigua. Mr. and Airs. Bower and four children iad supper with Mrs. Bower’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. James lule of Middlesex, where the) children spent the day. Guests of Parents Mrs. Robert E. Harris of Pon-I tiac. 111., is spending several weeks with her parents, Mr. and j Mrs. Ferd Schall. The Rev. and Mrs. M. James I Bower have as weekend guests the K ey, MTS, IrYWSft Waite and son, Wayne, and daughter J&Mce, of Monson, I Me. Mr. Waite was a member of Mr. Bower’s parish at Crary Mills, St. Lawrence County* be-1 ora entering ffis M ffiej age of 40. Ha will be gpadu&k ed from Bangor (Maine) Sem­ inary this Spring. Mrs. Alice M. Lawrence has I returned from Bradenton, Fla., where she spent several weeks. A t t i e a S c h o o l M e e t i n g M a y 4 ATTICA—The annual meeting of the Attica Central School Dist. will be Tuesday, May 4, at 8:30 p.m. in the Juhior-Sen- ior High School. Election of a trustee for the Board of Edu­ cation for a term of 3 years will be conducted on the same day, from noon to 8:30 p.m. 'he term of Arthur Merle Jr. is expiring. Petitions nominating candi- ates for the office must be filed with Robert Shadbolt, school clerk, by April 19 at :30 p.m. Petition forms may be obtained from Mr. Shadbolt. B a r r e G r a n g e r s M e e t S a t u r d a y BARRE CENTER —Barre Grange will meet at 6:30 p. m. Saturday for supper. The third and fourth degree team of Cor­ fu Grange will initiate a Class of candidates at the meeting at 8. Any Grange in the county is welcome to present candidates for initiation. Members of Cast Barre Grange members in the cast of “Here Comes Char­ lie,” a 3-act comedy to be pre­ sented Thursday and Friday evenings at the Barre Grange Hall, are David Matties, Mrs. Harriet Hollenbeck, Lorraine Smith, Sara Smith, Todd Ma thes, Arlene Axtell, Mrs. James Gaylord, Harold Axtell and Charles Dawson. Curtain time is 8 p. m. F o r e i g n E x c h a n g e S t u d e n t s V i s i t S u g a r b u s h a t A t t i c a IN CONFERENCE — Livingston County As­ semblyman James L. Emery confers with Assembly Minority Leader George L. In­ galls on legislation he has introduced during the present session of the Legislature. A r m e d G u a r d s O n S u b w a y s NEW YORK (AP) - An armed patrolman on every train during high-crime night hours is :he new weapon in the city’s drive to rid the subways of ter­ ror and attacks by muggers and loodlums. “The hoodlums and toughs who prey on innocent people are going to be taught a lesson — a lesson they need,” Mayor Rob­ ert F. Wagner said Monday night in a televised speech an­ nouncing the emergency pro­ gram. ATTICA—Mr. and Mrs. Ar thur Merle Jr. and their four sons of the Creek Rd. were hosts to a group of Buffalo area American Field Service stu­ dents for a sugarbush party. Thirty students from many countries of the world saw ma­ ple syrup produced for the first time. Franz Zach, Attica’s AFS student from Austria, was with the group, They were taken to the woods with tractor and wagon to see the tubing and buckets. The Merles have 2,750 taps of their own, of which 1,000 are buckets and the rest tubing. Enough more sap is purchased to equal 7,000 taps. From the woods, SO U T H A L A B A M A B A P T IS T C O U N C IL M E E T S T H U R S D A Y SOUTH ALABAMA - The Council of Baptist Women of the Oakfield -Alabama Baptist Church will have its monthly meeting as an evening meeting at 7:30 p.t m. Thursday. Mrs. Ruth Shaw of Attica, association president, will be speaker. There will be installation of of­ ficers for the council. Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. Clarence War­ ner were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton War­ ner of Buffalo. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Waterman of Byron recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Warner. '7 j cooKies wax on snow or “Jack ” Jack wax is made from they went to the sugar shanty where they watched the “boiling off” process ana were treated to hot chocolate and wax. syrup boiled to 240 degrees and poured on hard-packed snow. Each student had an opportun­ ity to drink warm syrup from the two modern evaporators. Ultra-violet light is used to keep the sap from spoiling while in storage, it was explained. The Merle Farms produce an average of 2,000 gallons of syrup a season. The students gathered at the Merle home to watch the finish­ ing off of the syrup and canning it for market. They saw tho sugar machine and molds for candy. The making of maple candy is a year-around business at the Merle home. M e d i n a n s S e e k R e - E l e c t i o n MEDINA - Dr. Robert L. Gates ana Laverne C. Wright will be candidates for re-elec- ion to the Board of Education at the annual Medina Central School District meeting at 7:30 p. m., May 4. Nominating petitions signed oy at least 25 qualified voters of the district must be filed by 4 p. m. April 20. The 1965-66 bud­ get will be presented at that meeting. C L O U ' S S K Y L I N E R S U P E R M A R K E T W a l n u t St. R d . — J u s t O u t s i d e C i t y L i m i t s O p e n T h u r s . a n d Fri. 'T i l 1 0 ; M o n . a n d W e d . 'T i l 9 T u e s . a n d S a t . 'T i l 6 P. M . Cut to Please E c o n o m y C u t P o r k C h o p s Table Ready F o w l Fresh Cut S i r l o i n S t e a k 3 7 c R e a d y to C o o k Assorted Hygrade C o l d C u t s 5 Packages Strictly Fresh H a d d o c k I © Ib. Hygrade B a c o n Chunk or Sliced J 9 c b m VI > Reg» 2 for 39c N B C W h ite B r e a d 7 Helfmann's Mayonnaise Quart Jar “S ki ppv —^ 1 SKIPPY Peanut Butter 12-oi. Jar—Reg* 45c 3 Jars for N u c o a Margarine 1 Lb. Pk. Colored I4's for N i a g a r a S p r a y Starch L a r g e 22-© z . 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