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4-B ^THURSDAY, JAN U A R Y 18, ! 968 Mrs. Shirley Lucie,er, News Editor, Phone 926-4423 Marion Receives ^ m i ' l r \ Local Campers fyegin Saturday Night-Proje c/s M a r i o n - . T h e I n r a i ' c a m p e r s ; began the urojpi-t ■ of m aking m a tch in g h a ts a t th e ir S a tu r d a y j _ flight., m e e ting. '1 I'lwo* nuts ..w d l j \ b e w o rn by the jnem b e rs*of th e | group at .cunipoiits and, eo tiv e n - , . tions. I, F e b . 10 h a s been se t a s a ten- * 1 tativ e date -for the h e x t niret-1 ing w h iclrw tll be a earn p o u t at i M arion the hom e o f M r and M rs. R e m ' a r e Invited t i h.t-et In n in g Noc n e th R u p le. Sledding, ski-ddo; Can; our Uiieigit exi’bung’e stu- rid e s and other outdoor w inter j d e n t from. Vietnam , aetiyities Will ^rovude .A^ . , b c . hostess to a - A i l M a r i o n rrsK l d n t s m e n t for everyone. A cuokout will com p lete die outing. Q u a lity • -H o n e st Values 3 GENERATIONS , OF MASTER CRAFTSMEN W A 6-4972 W© P r o v id e A W r itten G u a rantee On Every M emorial 14 WASHINGTON RD', ’ PITTSFORD 716 LU 6-4564 GeEMILLEf? (SA L E S M A N ) 79 S. M a in St. M a rion, N.V. ■or M a rion C e m e tery ' gn.'tip. ot oilier A m e rican Field (S e rvice students’ from the area I. in a .special program to be pre- | sented m the M a rion C e n tral ''Scriool' Ann iOn inn- on Gaiiirdat, Jan. 21. at. 7:30 p.m. .--These students a r e sp e n d i n g a ■ of, stu d y ,ia our high sellouts. You M il f.tiil them in- . i terestm g a n d worthy of ' m eet- . I ing. The public Is invited to attend T R O l'N G NOC CAM M a rion- A- P u r e W a ters G rant of $350.-too lias been approved Tor tue i.f M a r.on fon c o n - ' r f a s e w a g e treatm e n t- nl'.int tin help .iivit e pollution of ■X-ak.i' Ont.irt.i. it w t s nn-nouneed . this w.Tf k bv G o v e rnor R o c k e- ■ f e ller, ’ S e n a t o r fed' Duv of th e 49th Seiuit Tial p..strict aiid A-ssem- b l v m a n .T.j-eph F i h l e y r ■ r e p r e ­ se n t i n g W.cyn ,tr..l S e n e c a Coun- t . e s ' m th e S t a t e A s - e m p t y , c c m - - p l n i e n t e f i the pe- pie of M a r i o n for iht ir p r - T r s s t n g th i n k i n g a n d Quick nrtdbn to ta k e a d v a n - 1 ta*'* 1 f t He (\ijiort'inP y to tajte ' .part in' t h e s t a t e ’s P u r e W a t e r P r o g r a m “ T h a t .. litMc h ’Mi'h’t of..' P24 people sh o o k ! I w r ' f ah e a d - with - p l a n s f\r ab a tem e n t of p n l l u - . ’t t m’i.\ sa i d D a y. I feel is v e r y JS$r .f th | to help m ik e these young people feel \ a t Horne i n tins eotiitliy. ¥niiecf Cbu'rch To f leet Elders, ‘0 * Deacons Tonight rolm iicnfl.ibl'e. 'V , ! \I ad m ire fffe progressive j t h inking of the people of M a r i o n , — '•-for. b a r ticiu a tin g in the P u r e • W riters P r o g r a m .\ said Finley. M \R T O N M VTM E N - — M e n b M flnon CVr-pal School v a r s ity w r e s t l in s tea m m e ( f r o m . l e f t ) C u rtis H u m p h r ies. D o n Neill, G e n e Steurryg, L a r r y Neill. L a i tv Loucks. . R o lasnn , J o n e s ; . ( b a c k . from left) A lvis H u m p h r ies, D a v i d C o p p , D e rry J a c k s o n . J a y H u b e r M ike Loricks; D a v e Clc.isoii an d Cl inch S te v e H a b e c k e r . >• - ~ P a l m e r P h o t o M arion. - - Harl.atid SiMin:,.r„ c h a ir m a n of the' Red Crxse ■ b lo.’d bank' held in the cuinu.v jjn t y , re p o r ts th a t th e r e is v.:;, J a n em e r g e n c y need for blousi n e a r b y hospitals in the counti; •S'lHn'.in state,-! t h a t due (e p.: ■’ m itaerous cu s p s of f l u and er-ij. a n u m b e r of donors who a’nj were, rejected, apd, ftnly 18 pm u of blood w e re given. T !. .. am o u n t is fa r less than: tisu.d \'. A n o ther plea,„for donors is ■..■ ing r.iadr* for -th» blaod bank ?; W iil be held at the Reforrr..; C h u r c h in P a l m y r a on MornL;. ’ J a n 22 T h ° hours will b e L ~ •3 p m . until 7 p.m . j M a rion rrsid e n ts wishing , d o n a te blood a t th a t tim e ,’ urged to do so. A rr.angen’.e:.’, .fo r tran s p o r tatio n ra n be m.;s; pby co n tactin g - Erjyvm ■ Stiver.;. . \ F o r fu r th e r inform a tion r». 1 g a r d in g the blood bank in P 1 m y r a ,- c o - c h a ir m e n Harland. : lim a n or E u g e n e M iller can, :» 1 c o n tacted. Tne project, -wilt provide a ; j ’ c o m p lete ...new ...sew a g e sy s te m . l ^ u f t i k T s i u r r s 'fo r 'M iar46£ :^ S p l i i s t a i l a t f o h ' w ill M a rion -N e w ly M a rion^-The first arinual bus- cars of 'Richards elected offi- C h a p ter 558. lap ti Stai include a collection system , a ; • p u m p ing station and a tr e a t s ' n ient pi m t providing te f t l a r y j I treatm e n t. \T h e ' rereiv ic g w a ters a r e ] trib u ta r y to G a n a r g u a C r e e k , which d r a ins tl.rough the' State.-, i To Begin- In English Series 'ersonak M a rion—T h e ad u lt in f o r m a ­ tional sessions in reg a r d to the \ R o b e r t ’s E n g lish S'eriPS-- which m ess - m e e ting o t ; th e . U m l e d . w a e r o M n ^ u r n s u u ^ v e r e . g ^ antl O s w e g o c a n a t s in to , ' elem e'ntm ’v7 d ^ p t r t i n M f 'w m be'- c h u r r h ’ .bf M a rion will be be d nstal ed on W ednesday evening, Lyke .0 p t a f |0 . - the a r e a 'l e g i s - ! M a r f o ^ T h e Clyde B lue Ja n . 18 a t 7 :3C __________ ______ ______ - on Thuprsda-y evening m th e . Jan.. 3. . lators stated. • :n,m a s ted M a rion C e n tr a l p m ' - School ..v a r s ity w r e s tling te a m : S o n n e v ille on S a tu r d a y . W est Building. . . M.K.. .Vivian Vporhtea.-was. hb.:..-ijijjp {.’ed e r a i g r a n t oflTHs p r o - r _ „ 't .. ■ ' ■ F o u r sessions a r e scheduled ' w 111 engage CanaiH iaigua A c a d - ,, M r- and M rs. P e t e r Sonne’,..., m a tr o n and H o w ard Jeot ,s only $^ 940 o r qne p e r | 73 71 ’ in an overtim e tu s s le • J o ^ s e s s m M ^ ^ M hedtUed ^ F r i d a y night in the M a rion an d M r. an d M rs. W illm m Vyr M a rion—Tiie M r / ’bmd M fs. A lbert VanlL.. of iyiacedbn. and M rs. Jn .r v- ■ V a n d e r ielle of E. ■WJlHati.- r. M a rion C e n tral called on M r. and M rs. Pee: Rey. R o b e rt H y a tt, m o d 'e r a - . stalled as tor, w ill c a l l the m e e ting to m r - Young w a s installed as patron, d e r a t O fficers serving with M rs. includes’ electto'ti _o'f\iVQB'f‘h'ee's and Mi— YuuiigToi' the 'V — * I ? ; - - ; , hp.f0t.p „ nocked evm here- I a s t ’an£i wll! be conducted by R o b e rt envY Friday, m g h t in rent of the total eligible co s t o f ; a P* SY Lew is, ch a ir m a n of the English P lan k and son spent Saturda; - BU’sifresk kthe follow ing; three^elders. three_cornln^ r d e a c o n s, four tru s tee s , t w o Leeuw-ens. a s s f i r l it e niaffoh. I.v | m e m b e rs o f the C h ristian Edu- m a n K a ller. associate patron, (cation C o m m ittee, a ch u r c h M rs. Ju n e Young, secretary ; : t r e a s u r e r , a chutel) clerk aad. Mrs. M afjvi ie -Smith, trea s u r e r , ' four m e m b e r s of the nom inating Mrs. Leonora A lbertson, eonduc- I c o m m ittee. , „ tress; M rs. E r a n e e s Schooner- . — .“ .m a n . chaplain: Mrs. Sophie O'M eal. m a rshal; M rs, P e a r l 1 Bi! tings - a s s i s t a n t m a r s h a l; 5594,000, the leg islato r s sta te d , i F r id a y night. vear are Mrs* A e n es Unt,>r ^ Jm iT J d n k : 5-11 senm r.- scored - S[rh 7 ,-ol >ear .am , M rs. Agnes : a n d c im l r u c U e i ) . Aid A c t ’ of , g. ^ - ^ . 1 4 seconds left .. - Jpfi5 the stiitp Is providing a 30 per cent construction g r a n t 'of $178,200 and in addition is p re- i v isitors, financing 29 p e r c e n t or $i72,260, m a k ing the sta t e g r a n t 59 p e r d e p a r tm e n t at M a rion C e n t r a l ' T h e v a r s iiy m a lcn e s will fo l - . a0 d ' MrS A!> ......... la w sev e r a l p ielim m a r y ram - y -e^ F lanK ’ The topic, of- the first session ■ st>.ftfdujgd _fgr ~ .P h1 . l u m m iWAltSiHOIISl if. * JUST A FEW ITEMS FROM OUR SALE INSULATED PAG BOOTS $ 1X95 Reg. $6,50 SA U PRICE INSULATED JACKETS Med, and Sm. Only 2 For $9.00 —- SAVE $7.00 f DRILL $37,50 Was $49.95 WINTER HATS $1,45 to 1.25 MARION AGWAY Phone 926,7712 Marion, N. Y. M rs. Jessie M o shier. w a rder: M rs. Olive D e C racker, sentinel. Also. M r s ., M aude Shippers, m u sician. M rs. A rlene N o d eck­ er. color b e a r e r ; M rs M ina M r. and M rs. W raym o n d C t . „ ■ .. k --sett! -and--spm-andJMr,. ami.M.’i in the overtim e to w in it for th e . will be \H isto r y and Back- C o a c h Steve H a b e c k e r s grap- p flter sonrjeville w e re lope he.: t grounds., ftjllowcd by \ S t r u c - , p iers h s ,\s won five nftd lost tw o of M r. s,nd M rs. ,Josidk Coach Chuck B a iley's B lack tu r a l L inguiM ics” on Feb. 1, m a tch e s Jh is season P |aced : VT-rEflanR ailil Lim H y 'Sunday ...................... „nteht.s h eld a 67-65 lead w i t h ’“ T r a n s f o r m a tlo n a 1 G e n e raU v e second in’ the recen t- . W ayne , e rB 0 0 n _ re n t 'n T t h e 'e l S M e seconds left in the regulation G r a m m a r \ on* F e b 15. and C o u n ty^tournam e n t h e ld “ L N e w - R e v , and M rs. R o b e r t Hv..: ed Hie are,i law m a k e r s to th is gam e . Rick Ruple then hit his G i m n m a r ar.k Kptv^ V ^ „,„„] of the U n ited C h u rch helu new s p a p e r from ' t h e i r A lbany of­ fices. A fed e r a l g r a n t application h a s been fo r w a r d e d to the F e d ­ eral W a ter P o llu tio n C o n trol m o st im p o rtant field goal of the on 01 night w;Rh two seconds to p l a y . to tie the gam e and send it into ■ overtim e . ' \ | M arion trailed 30-29. a t th e in- ( term ission w ith Clyde p i c k i n g , , q u n r ’er only to h a v e M a r lon ru in .’ upj w ith _a 23-21 -fourth j A d m inistration. P r o j e c t ’ engin- Pem b roke. h istorian: M rs. Ber“- e ? rs J rP I 'o z ‘e r E n g in e e r s , In c .. , up a point w ith &.. 18-15 t h i r d ; nice Young. Adah.; M rs. M a ry , R n ^ f s f P r ’ 1,0 w LBiishnrt. E u th ; M rs. K a r e n H a y - - : d en, E s ther: M rs. V e rna Chap- C n n j n |, P i f i T G n c 'm a n . M a r th a ; M r^ Beat rice , \ v H ' v l Schuk. E lecta: an d M rs. V e r o - ' _ . . na Lyon, trustee for a th r e e i r Q M G G f J a n . Z j ( y e a r period. ! ' i R e g u lar E a s te r n S t a r m e e t -1 j u r r jln g s a r e conducted a t the L u T c r c r i Q “ sonic T e m p le 'on the first and ’ third W ednesday o f e a c h m o n t h . : M a r i o n has lost only one m a tch. He won 0 house for* m e m b e r s of th - -the coynty^cham p ionship m h i s | c ^ u rph ^ ^ hQme BlUia_ S tr e e t bn. S u n d a y aft'ernoon class a t N e w a rk. M a rion, w h ich is holding its first F r iday night w r e s tling com- i q u arter,. j ‘ Denhy V a n S trien led the M a r - 1 ■ Mon sco r e r s w ith 20 points to l - ; lowed by P a u l R e ssue w ith 18. * Shawn K e a r n s w ith 16 an d F r e d ■Kepler w ith 10. R u p le ’ a n d P a u l ' ; V a n B b rtet each n e tted 22 .p e titio n m histoi’.y.-placed sev e n . N e ill, 1 103; G a r y - -BeP-oint, H i m a tm e n in th e finals in the c o u n - . R o lanson Jo n e s , U3x4lYis_Hu:r, ty to u r n a m e n t. T h e y •* included ph r ies, 138: M ike Louefcs'ftihlia C u rtis H u rnphrips. 95: Donnie ited. and VoorheeS,___________. f 1LI F I V E YEARS AGO J a n . 10, 1963 T h e W o m e n 's M issionary S o : ( fo r i c i e t y of th e M a rion Society o f , Clyde w ith J i m B a s tain getting th e M a rion P r e s b y te r ian C h u rch M a rion—The local Senior Citi- 10 . Will m e e t a t 7:30 p.m . on Tues- zens group will m e e t on T u e s - 1 M a rion won’t see aetio n again d a Y- JaIJ- I5* a t the hom e of • ’ ■d 23 6 in the until Ja n 26 ^.hen the k n i g h t s , M iss E r m i n l e W h ite: * if -*» /T r y - l 3 .: s e h a o i- c a f e teria ..... -jau r n e v to S a v a n n a h for the ^ h p firs t ^ a r e a jconference of^ IVlarmn L f l l i r C h e F M e m b e rs a r e asked to brfng ; s t a r t of the second h a l f ' in th e ‘\tke \S e v e n L a k e s G ii-r Scout j th e ir own sandw iches and table i W ayne county A-B-C-D L e a g u e Council wijl be hejd o n .M o n d a y ,, . s e r v ice. - schedule. J a n ,4 - a t the M a rion C e n tra) i' Thh p r o g r a m for the evening — ' ------- - ---------- ^ ho°l a t ^ 3 0 p.m . Slate Services, Club Activities BA N K STA T E M E N T C a ll-N o . 164 C h a r te r No. 10546 N a tio n a l B a n k E e g ion No, 2 R E P O R T O F CONDITION O F THE FIRST NATIONAL BA N K O F •ST, G R E G O R Y 'S R e v . R ich a r d Nangle S u n d a y Masses a t 9 a.m. an d 11 a.m. D a ily M asses a t 7:30- a.m. , w h ich w a s postponed from a n e a r l ie r date w ill be p r e s e n ted by Mrs\. Clifford S h o rt who will . show colored slides of a trip she ’Yand M r S h o r t to o k to Yellow- stone during^the su m m e r . CARD O F THANKS T h e fam ily of th e late C a m iel SMJWON IN T H E STATE O F NEW YORK, /AT t r S C lD S E O F \ B r a n d * w ishes to ex p r e s s their BUSINESS ON DECEMBER. 30. 1967 PU B L ISD e d IN R E S P O N S E ’ h ^ n r ^ m t r o a n t . ^ ‘ sincere th a n k s a n d ap p r e c iatio n CLYDE <73) MAKION (7 1 ) O F T O F T Ruple ** 4 I5 pr m.s, ' r» ’ r. Fr-Iftmaer 1 .1 ,! Hva-i*** *■ Donlt i o i Noble 2 2 6 Smilh d Ba'stain •*» O 1 V^anStr en .6 VanBfirte] s 2 2 Haak ' 2 locco J. O 2 Hansen 1 K etchum 0 O' T o tals 2 9 1 5 7 3 T o tals 2 3 2S 7 1 D r. F r a n k K . M isher, fo r m e r supervisfhg principal • of the M a rion Central School, has been i . .: appointed to t h e ' n ewly c r e a ted -v.3\ . p o sition-nf coordinato r of teach- 0 2 er p r e p a r a tio n a t Utica College, it w a s announced by Dr. J K e n n e th D o n a h u e , acting dean, S c o re by q u a r ters- Clide id Marion '. . H l!5j ,1V Scorer C’y'Jp Ma• * tti '<* ir> o, 1% 23 T O CALL MADE BY COM PfROLLER OF TH E CURRENCY, UN­ D E R SECTION 5211, U.S. REVISED STATUTES 433.U20.72 1,057,440.79 593,607.84 A S S E T S . C a sh, balances w ith o th e r banks,-and cash items in process of coll c t n n ............. ............................. U n ited S ta te s G o v e rnm e n t o b lig a tb n s . . . . . ’. ___ O b ligations of S ta te s an d political subdivisions ........... S93.6U7.B4 8h ip ; 11:15 a.m , S u n d a y School other :::r l4l:llife h L o a n s a n d discounts .......................................................... 4,170,76423 P-Ht- consistory m e e ting, 8 p.m B a n k prem ises, fu r n itu r e and fixtures, an d o t h e r assets re p r e s e n tin g bank pr.niises ........... ■............................. 62,298.77 O th e r assets ' 5,225;59 to relatives,, frien d s , neighbors i F IR S T REFO R M E D , a n d everyone for th e m a n y kind R e v . N o rm aii V a n M a n en I d e e d s and m a n y expressions of Sutiday, 8 a n n , “ T em p le T im e \ ! sym Datlly in th e tim e of their W ISE WORDS T E N YEARS AGO I\ J a n . 9, 1958 i D o u g las O r o a k e r wtij oe in­ stalled as m a s ter of M a rion : L o d g e, 926, F & AM in a cere- M a rion — M ost people Would ?1° n y ,at. on T u e s d a y , succeed in sm a ll things if they Jaij; ® a soaic Tem p le. T h e W ayne County M Uarant will be h e a r d over radio statio n : gl4(>f Also to F a t h e r N a n g le for* Were not troubled w ith g r e a t am - ln e w a y n e Lounty -Mi TOTAL ASSETS 6,477,241.94 I LIABILITIES ’ ’ : ..D e m and deposits’ of indtvtdtials, partnerships, a n d corporations . . . . 1,884,490.26 T im e and savings deposits of individuals, p a r tn e r - >■ ships, and corporations . . . 3,542,994.62 . D e p o sits o f U n ited S tates G o v e m m tnt .. ....................... 26^64.64 Deposits o f S tates and political subdivisions .. 316,059.64 D e p o sits o f c o m m e rcial b a n k s .............................................. 25,249.16 C e rtified an d officers’ ciw rks. e tc ........................................ 20,905.93 TOTAL DEPO S ITS . . $5,815,865.25 SECOND R E F O R M E D Rev. John S taal Sunday, 8 a.m., “ Tem p le T im e \ will be heard over r a d io statio n WAOK; 10 a.m ., M o rning w o r­ ship; 11:15 a„m ,; S u n d a y school; 7 p .m ., ev e n in g w o rship, P r a y e r service B ible study will be held each W e d n e sday eve­ ning a t 7:30 p.m . - J a n . 18, Ju n io r - a n d Senior Choir p r a c tice. (a) T o tal d e m a n d deposits $2,113,614.91 (b) T o tal tim e and sn v n g s deposits $3,702,250.34 O th e r liabilities . . . TOTAL LIA B ILITIES ........................................... .. 109,382.30 5,925,247.55 Common stock — sota CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ®di s h a r e s ’ a u th p f ized 1,000 No. s h a r e s o u tstan d in g l.ooo S u rplus . . . . 100,000.00 U n d ivided profits ....................... 351,994.39 UN ITED CHURCH IN MARION Rev. Robert- H y a tt T h u rsday, 3 p .m . Junior choir reh e a r s a l. 7 p ,m ., Chancel Choir reh e a r s a l. Sunday, 9:30, church school. 10:30 W o rship S e rvice, serm o n topic ‘T o Thine Own Self Be T r u e . ” Jan , 18, A n n u a l m e e ting of the ~ \prBfe AFS REQ U E S T •TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 551 , 994 . 3 9 . M a rion—T h e AFS req u e s ts anyoqe interested in providing a ifo’tn e ' for a foreign exchange TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAFITAL ACCOUNTS 6,477.24194 stu d e n t during th e 1968-69 school y e a r a t M arlon C e n tral School please contact M rs, C h e ster C u r -1 tis before th e m iddle of F e b r u - 1 . ary. M rs. Curtis can be reached . a t 926-4844. RepUrter D iane De- >. 4rt82,489^8-l’Pape. MEMORANDA Average o f tota] deposits for th e lb calendar days ending w ith Call A v e rage of to tal loan§; tor th e 15 calendar days end- 5,784,177.60 ing w ith call d a te , : L o a n s aS show n above are a f te r deduction of v a lu a ­ tio n reserves o f ........................................... .............. ......... 96 , 576.85 VISIT JUNGLE GARDENS M a rion — John Louter and .’faanily. . o f . 4 5 - Soutii.. .Main St.. • .1 X, Sanford C. B u sh, Vice PresicWfft of t i i e above-nam e d bank, do hereby declare th a t this rep o rt of co n d itio n ’JS^fiue a n d c o r ­ re c t to th e best of m y -know ledge-and belief. - . • S a n ford C. B u sh - - • i M arion,, -enjoyed a visit to_ S a r a - We, th e undersigned dtrectors a t t e s t th e correctness o f th is : s o ta J u n cle Gatd.ens’ on Dec. 29 rep o r t o f condition and d e c lare t h a t it h a s been1 e x a m ined by ils 'w h i le vacationing on. . f . o .- i , an d to t h e b e s t of o l r k n o w l e d ^ a n ti ^ b e l ie f is t r u e an d correct. a . Lower West Coast. F iorenee^B C o o p e r I 11 tak e s 500 pounds of w a t e r ; D irectors ' . I”10 produce one pound of dry new Mon- i the y e a r .d a y , Ja n is. at 6 p i n Sodus M e thodist C h u rch. . The R o c h e s ter ^ J U o e d iS o b iie i U n it of the A m e rican Red C ross j will b e a t the M a rion B a p tist , C h u rch fro m 2 until 6 p.m . on ; M o n d a y J a n 13. to receive ; b lood, «• I * I T h i r t y y e a r s a go Ja n . 13, 1938 V ital sta ti s t i c s for Marion^ for 1937 show th e r e w e re 30 d e a th s an d 28 births. .Through the efforts of the S p o r ts m e n ’s Club, M a rion will . g e t 246 eafne b ir d s during 1038. -T h e high school basketball team w a s defeated by N o rth R o s e bv one point F r id a y niaht in the first league gam e lost by i them th is/seaso n . MQKUTUiS,, WED, THURSDAYS - - FRIDAYS-* - * SATURDAYS * - ■ 9-12:3T 9 - 8 : 3 0 — ■ - 9 * 6 T T S T M a i i 926-5636 Marion, N. Y, Central School Wins 19.67 Safety Citation j M a rion—.The Marion- C e n tr a l School has been aw a r d e d a sa f e ­ ty citation for J966-67 by the New Y o rk S tate U n iversity. .T h e .citation is in recQgnition of the developm e n t of- the pupil tran s p o r tatio n safety p r o g r a m . In the ad m in istratio n of tjiis pro. g r a m , no children being-; tran s - : n o r ted w e r e injured during the year. Marion Soldier Extends Tour of Dufy in Vietnam -j matter in plants. FREE BALL —- Marion and Clyde players reach for free ball in overtime thriller won by Clyde, 73 to 7 1, last Friday night. , ‘ \ —Patmw.Plirta J, ’w M a r io tw A r m y Sperialist. F i u r KaW E. G reen til.' 298 E a st W il­ liam s o n R o a d , h a s volnntarilv extended his tour of d u ty in V ietnam fo r an e x tr a six m o n th s w h ile serving w ith th e 551st T r a n s p o r tatio n C o m p a n y n e a r Long B ingh. , G reen i s , a docum e n tation : clerk in h i s com p a n y . ’ Community Calendar Jan. 1 7 ‘—Eastern Star, 8 p.rri.. Masonic Temple; Jan. 22— Rotary, 6:10 p.m ., Presbyterian Church. Jan. 22— B o y Scout meeting. 7 p.m .. Scout Lodge, . Jan. 23——Senior’CitiienS. 6 p.m.'. ‘sMiool cafeteria. ' J a n . 2 3 - , - V f V b e l o s r r e e t i n g , 7 p , n i . - 8 p . m . . S c o u t L o d g e Clip and-save this handy guide to coming events, courtesy of the First National Bank of Marion. The 1st National Bank O F M A R IO N Marion, New York “ALL WAYS FIRST IN BANKING* Mumtr Ftdtral Dqpostt Inniiranca Ctrf.

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