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/ • V -4 f 4 - B TH U R S D A Y , FE B R U A R Y -,I, 1 9 6 8 ; Mrs. Shirley Lpcieer, News Editor, Pnone 926-4423 Police Pi lllegaf Entries ■ e i f lili-giil .[ MllK-lailMH I.' ■mm h a i iv.-m!. r.:t>i'n by !fa-;'.' n .f iim - m ti; M a rion—A w Ut-.s ajici ■a'l-' ■In Tq.. u - I M .I ill ,.iii- .-\vr ; „l i . • .Till oA. W ayne Millie'. .il.cl 111. luw n jt\. iij.it..lb!*- _______ M’.s Dave (lUt-.-liniim al yi'Ui’g p*'-.-iJi■' in tlit-■ Sheriff. Jam e s Ca-JHltleS illiil A, lhi.tr B o u v }• A*. At,-, -v-ir' t( Mm - b*--’:vk r h ihv an d - giids, I from 13 t o 17, i A T S P A R T Y , — A r e a exchange stu d e n ts w e r e th e q u e s ts of th e M a r ion A F S C h a p ­ te r at a p a r ty o n Ja n . 27. F r o n t from left— Irrn e r e tr a u d . VFiedem an o f G e r m a n y . A ida R a tallo n e s of t h e P h ilippines, T ru lin g Ngoc C a m of- V ie tn a m ! (rb a c k f r o m left) -Rogeho U<* - Jtrtli y- JPcL-Va t i t t - HISI-: VVORDS 1 » ' I M a rion—Hont.it -work, keeps ^ the body healthy. the m ind c l e a r , * tlie h e a r t whole, and the p u r s e , full.—Sim m o n s ins and vandalism Tiiir.ty-oae boys -w-.tose ages rang have bt e n questioned to - d a t e . 1 Five hurt* . b een re f e r r e d to i Fam ily Court in J,yons as ;:uve- ■nfle\ o ffenders \on \charges o f il- j lfgpl entr-v and v a n d a lism . I W illiam G eorge S m ith. IB, • |Bea-n Hill Road, Tow n of M a r- ' . ton, was charged w ith unlaw- ' fully dealing with n child stem - I l-mihti from allegedly selling al i * coholie beverages- to, m in o r s . He ‘ ; p l e a d e d - e u d t y , . in - t h e - rh n r -gc-.l when arraigned H o liday nigJtlt i. before Town Justice Jo h n KpoV i m a n an d w as fined $10, 'I Sam u e l M. Ca: p e n te r J r . , 20.1 of O n tario, waived ■ e x a m in a tio n J fr—rrharire-- -«f— t h ir d - --deg-h burglary and wgs C o m m itted to . , — __ , , th e W ayne C o u n ty jatP ,p e n d .h tg .t, M a riQn^-Seynial possible | a c tion ot Un- grand jury. H e has. ’ -------- charged w ith en terin g A q u in o of th e Philippines. Jacq u e s i i o c q u e t of B e lgium . G u n tr a r n S c h m idt of Cierrpaoy. ■ i- I an a Sim e o n N tibishim irw a O f U g a n d a H u g o U tten h o v e of Belgium . palmer Photo Marion - ..... 1 - a n d - M r s .. A b r a m . B g e r; ;sey ,. -Timm y , y p llinger. ^ r m a n ^ . \ have received w o rd t h a t , N o rm a n . Lori a n Y n ^ ^ a J ^ m e r ScWoiT TacOTty m an STEVE SM ITH CHRIS HANSEN HAMPTON MEMORIALS -Quality --•—HonesT \V alues' 3 GENERATIONS Q F MASTER (CRAFTSMEN W A 6 , 4 9 7 2 We Provide A Written Guarantee On Every Memorial ■ S4 WASHINGTON-UD. PITTSFORD 7 1 6 LU 6 - 4 5 6 4 GENE MILLER - ’(SALESMAN) 79 S. M ain St. M arion, N.’t\ or • M arion C e m e tery | b e en charged w ith jJJakeis. T a v e rn on M ainJ3&. on t Dee. -21, 1967 and allegedly tak^ i ing 18 six-packs of beer. Cub Scouts Enjoy Sledding, Hot DogRocrst Friday —a.. for a tow n refuse disposal area 1 were discussed a t th e Ja n , 25 ;.meeting of th e Mar.ioh Town •B o a r d ./ ' - ' Town solons also discussed .m e thods of p ick u p an d disposal costs. No defin ite decision was ■ m a d e u n til lease offers have Tbeen studiPd am i approved. T h e board also agreed th a t ' tow n board proceedings should be published as news item s ’ in . the Mar um -E n terf riser- - M arion — T h e M arion C e n tr a l School basketball team will en gage - W illiam son C e n tral in .a W ayne C o u n ty A -B-C-D League'; gam e o n the M C S -court Friday, night. Coach Chuck Bailey's- B lnrk ;L=.- - — - - . w h ich'the boys used to copk hot -K n ights will play_ aTh^LJJenny jyjm S t-rien .jy ith 91. . - I d o g s and' hot choco l a t e a f te r -tbe A special .m eeting was held r M a rion -The boys ln_ Cali- Monday UJgllt wit h th e Zo n ing -§ e e « t Den -6 enjoyed an after- B o a rd of Appeals at w h ich .tlm* ; noon of sledding a t th e hom e of ; m inim u m building specification ; t h e i r den m o th e r , M rs. R 6 y - ; 0f residences w ere discussed. _ . m ond \roli|nger on F r id a y , Jan . -jpiie two bodies also discussed, \ I s i f p '!‘26- . tlie S tate B u ilding Code a n d iU L/lV^O, M r. V o llinger a s s i s t e d tn gh- enforcem e n t th e n n g wood, for a c a r h p f i r e ; . C e n tral T u e s d a y night T s ^ .th e county league enters its final m o n th of com p e tition. W illiam son, pressing the Pal- M acs far overall honors, topped M arion. 90 to 76. in the first i m e e ting. Coach Bob DeVoogt’s , h igh-flying M a rauders are led Chip Fjem ing is W ayne Cen- ’ sledding. tral's top, pom tm a k e r with 197 points'follow e d by Jim Cailt-in w,ith 107 an d Sant Neil with_56. R e ssue led M arion with 01 re­ bounds through the Pal-M ac gam e followed b-y K e u ler with 83 rebounds. K e a rns had scored M a r i o n — d Walk n tOg.L'llll- 1 ' . U ) t-. pi i t-urtlK then ar.U m.i ye tuvt- 'yt-.u t- \ T-hise w.-rds w : lifi; mi Sa.nirday , 27. when the Man-... ter hostcit se v e r a l : ,- ; student.-. T h e s e young people, spoke lo r a few mii-.-.t. in terested re s i d e n t . ; ; inuiiity fejlm g of t»>».r , ‘ a n d tlie challenges to tknj : t-h% p r o b lem s they ta c»-. talk s w e r e augm e n ted wit.,-j i tifu l colored slides. > A fter -the-form a l’-prngrjiJ - a u d ience .. w a s utv.itpri ; forw a r d and talk , with the j ! e r s . T h is is one step tony, *. ward: w o rld u n d e r s tan d ,^ ■ • Follow ing the ’program : . school nudifofiuni. j. ; hefd- in the -recrpa': M iss. Ann V a n d e rw ir,k| m e m b e r of the M ar: :. g | fed. ■ tr ‘ Mr and M rs V e o n a rtf’ S j o r o f i ^ d d - is t h e son of M r. and M rs. p eople in folk dances , ' Ceres^ Calif • b e com e the par- R a y m o n d V o lhnger of 'N o rth c o u n tr jes. A m id ret:. r « f S l b d m S g g t e r - M a i h - S t . - ' ' ' la u g h t e r y a n d general t :<s .tu r n e d W inda Sophia, born Mr- and M r s .^ d w .a r d V e rP e w its P a rty prove:, M rs Poet is the dau g h ter of called, on Mr.. and M rs. E lh s huge-'success. -M r, a h d M r s . ’ B o e rm a ffT f W W r r . - Ma-ry Ver-fJow ot- i Mr. a n d M rs. John K a p e r a n d ' N e w a rk on Sunday afternoon, fam ily and. M rs. Ruth P r a t t M r. and M rs. Joseph B u shart •.on P e ter, m o v ed to their new. left for P a lm e tto , F la . on Sun- r.esidenc.e in R u sh on M onday, day w h e re they plan to spend M r.- K a p e r h a s ' u h m S u funce' the rem a n d e r pf the w inter, agency, in H o n eoye F a lls. i T h e M e n 's Society of. the E a s t , n n ! £ | _ D . . II chU d ren enjoyed, P a lm y r a C h ristian R e form e d u y IV R IIU trea ts, gam e s and p r izes at a ; C h u rch m e t. « c e n t l y _ at ^ the M a rion_ Town ConM.miJ th u r B o u w e n s, w a s called j hom e of A b ram DeR:d<i South M ain S tr e e t a i n - r : Redder found -that - la been killed \by. a riflt- ou3 ' • -An -m V d segsasii'. * M sb Bo u w e n s - 'a n d Sgt. Paul of- the W ajm e -Couiuy D e p a r tm e n t led to the- qu| ing of a. local youth wh- ted - th e incident'. A c-.it ha| been killed -by t h e same Law en f o rcers, both ioca county, h a v e staged that f] use of firea r m s withm I lin’iits will lead to nr.a --a r r e s t r - - , - Residents Repor Death of Dog, Cj b irthday p a r ty far Todd Vollin- ' h o m e of A b ram ’ B o e r m a n bf the ger who w a s 's e v e n y e a r s old on.’W alw o rth Rd. S a turday. Ja n . 27. G u e sts pre- M rs. W a y n e .H e rm a n , w as able sent for the celebration were ' t 0 retu r n to her N o rth M a in StC ■Jimmy R o thfuss. - D u a n e F o r d .: hom e ajte r being a p a tien t at P h ilhp V a n d e rburgh. W es R a m - .m e M y ers .CmninynUy Hpspi,Ul - t -for sev e r a l days, i i . \\»v— ^ , M is. Jennie DeWolf a n d )l yr ' • yHrJ ' 7 ^daughter. E lsie, called \on M rs s M a n o n L h l l r e t i e ? D m ah Bouw ens on S a turday aft/ vities by R e g g ie Cook with 200 points, . ^ nj j 59 goal •attem p ts Len Jackson with 112. Austin through the Pal-M a c c o n test and • Snead With 120, Bob Bliek. with 3 ^ of 43 from !1|(, foul , : 108 and C h a rley W are with 96. co a c h Bailey lost two players ■ p rior to T u e s d a y n i g h ts gam e in reeen { w e eks forcing him to with W olcott 1 bring up John D e L y ser, Steve M a rion's leading scorers prior Sm tih and Chris H a n sen from to-T u e s d a y n ig h t's contest w ith' the Javvees.' The SICS coach is . S o d u s a r e Shaw n K e a rns with-: c a r r y in g eight p lay e r s on the 209 p o in ts..P a u l R e ssue with 170 ; v a r s ity. • ' • points, F r e d K e p ler w ith 120,and ! T im O r b a k e r ,1 who had scored .... -> - - - - - • 54 points ih eight gam e s, has T h e bovs and p a r e n t s p r e s e n t , w a re NOrm'an an d O rm a n M a y - ; ville an d theii; m o ther, M rs. ' Ju a n i ta 'M a y v iile; D e rek P j e t e r s . ; L a r r y S tryker. Scott F a g n e r . R a y m o n d T o k o y a an d h i s fa ­ th e r . R o b e r t T o k o y a , T im m y Sm ith, D a v id M a n n h a rdt and rtm m v and Todd VoUingeE. in : ernopn. j M r,, and .M rs. G a r d e n Bliek 1 and children w e re S a turday eve- i n ing dinner guests at the hom e 'o f M r. and. Mrs., W illiam De- W andel and fam ily of the W al- I w o r t h R a W 1 , M rs. A rthur Bow e n s w a s tak- ! en to the M y e rs C o m m u n ity : H o spital on T u e s d a y . M rs. Botl- | webs had been ill a t h e r hom e [ for ' s e v e ral w e eks p r io r to en- ‘ tering the hospital. M a rio n D e a th s In P a s t W eek • A b r a m DeN eeriiig NEW TEMPORARY STORE H0N„ TUES., WED. ■ - -9-6 THtmSDftYS - - - 9-12:30 FRIDAYS • ■ - ■ 9-8:30 SATURDAYS- - - - -9-6 17 S. Main St. 926-5636- Mafion, N. Y. ' been lost-to the sqUad u s 'a tt - ■ M a rion suit of a ski-m o b ile accident He 80‘ a re t ired farm e r, died Wed , injured hi? left knee. nesday i J a n . 24. 1968*) in New - ). Coach R a iley h a s been pleased a i k -W a y n c C o m m u n ity H o s p i- . with, .the im p rovem e n t in recent t a ^ m im w ing -a short, illness, gam e s in the rebounding depart- j^ r D e N e ering w a s a m e m b e r ' .m e n t , btrt. th e club still ^ ABd h k •from bench stren g th He - a h o - , ^ celebratect - t h e i r S2nd •has been pleased with the de- w e d d ing an n iv e r s a r v last M a r c h , term ination ° his p l a y e r s j e - , S u rvj| ors include h is widow, i.spite the fact he is ! only eight p lay e r s de- carrying fornler p ln a . N o rtier; two ! d a u g h ters, Mrs. Ltnwood D iet? of M arion and Florence D e - T h e B lack K n ights handed ’ . , A w inless Savannah High its 10th ^ f . tm rf straig h t loss F r id a y night with vln o f Sodus Fo m l .tw o g r a n d - • • - - • sons: three g r e a t- g r a n d c h ild r e n , a 66-54 defeat a l Savannah. . , __ —T h e win w a s M amn-'.s fourth , t h r w sb to r s . M rs Jo h n ; a g a in s t si-x losses. F r e d K e p ler > B iankenberg, TMr*. M a ry H a a k A t - CN..« .-t ^71 q | USED AUTO & TRUCK PARTS TRUCKS FOR DISMANTLING tt RECONDITIONED TRUCK BUYS - H e d th e K n ights with 2 r.p o in ts ^ S u e .D n a n s e n . a l l j S h a w n K e a r n s an d P a u l R e s s u e , P a lm y ra- _____ . , . ad d e d 16 and 14 points and Den- Services w e re Held S a tu r d a y - i fiy V a n S trien threw in 12'm o re. burial in M a rion C e m e - ■ D a h n a F o r d an d Ed Jones tal- - t i ­ lled 10 points each for .the W ild-; - 3“ *.°,“ M,ri0”' 3* School Board fo A d e p t . I T h e c a t s outshot the Knights. B ids on S e e d i n q P r o j e c t - 124 to 20, from the field b u t ; ; y ielded 26 to 6 cm the foul line , M a r i o n - T h e B o a r d of E d u c a - ■ w h e re the gam e w a s settled. j tion of M a rion C e n tr a l School, ' D istrict No. 1 will receive bids FREE TELETYPE SERVICE • - - , DIAL’594-7361 R O U T E 1 0 4 — W E S T O F W O I C O T T SAVANNAH G F Pord M eehan 2 Stu-rtz 3 •Forman 0 Gartsz 2 Sloan 4 •lohea R K ih jf 4 Totals 24 T' 'J 1 0 Kearng O 4'Reftsue 0 6 ,K o p ler 2 2 ‘ S m ith 2 6 'V n S trte i. 0 }<' W h ite O 10 Hansen 0 \S'HuSk 6 54 MARION Museum Features For Speedy and Low Cost Construction WASHED SAND ^ND GRAVEL MATERIALS STATE TESTED ABRAM CLf AS0N Co., Inc. PALMYRA Phojje LY 7-5241 NEWARK DE 1-4729 ■ I - f t on a seedirtg project on th e new g 1 4 'junior--Senior high . school site R 2i and classroom fu r n itu r e on F e b . \ , 2 : 12 a t -2:30 p .m . a t the high, b o schopl. \ | T h e seeding p r o j e c t calis fo r Vatais 20 26 6« i s e e d ing, fertilizing an d sp r e a d - i ing of f e r tilizer on ap p r o x im a te- ! ly 30 -acres of ground -at th e new I Junior-Senior high school w h ich , • j is scheduled for opening n e x t A n t i n i l i P T f d p C f f l l V P C S e p tem b e r. The board w ill re - i e . i , e b t p p e s , celve. bkis fnr {urnitlire in th-e ! On sp e c ial e x h ibit at Roches- lib r a r y and a r t and co m m e r c ial fte r M u s e u m of A r t f a n d - s p t e r h ; room s - — - . c e s a r e four an tiq u e telesco p e s . [fh a t have been given to th * Marion Driver Reports ..ju f S tr a s e n b u r g h P lan e tariu m by - r Aa ’ D r. B e n ry E. -Paul of Norw ich A c c i d e n t to Constable ■ 7 3 , D r. P a u l is the author of ) 1 ; \ T e lescopes S targazing.” | M a iipn—M rs. H e len R o u s s e lle , o u ter space Photog r a p h y ” \Bj -^ Qf ^82 H u n tley R o a d reported to noeulars a n d A ll-Purpose Tele- Town C o n stable A r thur B o u w e n s J3 scopes,” and h a s c o n tr ib u ted ; t h a t she h a d struck a car p a r k - T3- m a n y - articles to astronom ical , ed on South M ain St. \ \ publications. | An investigation revealed th a t ( V i T h e telescopes on disnlay in- the dam a g e d autom o h tle belong^' j e lude two built by Ja m e s Short ed to M a r g a r e t E . G o ldsm ith o f J l of E d inburgh, Scotland in 17371207 .M a rion R o a d . P a h n y r a . \% and 1740; one constructed by j <-5 'J e s s i e R a m s d e n in. 1775 in Lon- / 3 don and a D a n ish -refractor built 73 i by. J . Sm ith in 1300 in C o p e n h a- •)1 | gen. , <r~ ' Som e of the interesting fea­ t s tu r e s of these telescopes a r e the ,aU -brass construction, m irro r s f § of speculU n j m e tal and a n ex- ' S T , G R E G O R Y ’S R e v , R ich a r d Nanglc ! S u n d a y M a sses a t 9 a.m, and i U a.m . . ‘ D a ily M a sses a t 7:30 a.m. C o n fessions S a tu r d a y . 7-8 \M r° Jaco b V a n H a ll of Union B a p tism , S u n d a y a f t e r last , g ^ b a g peen confined to . her ' Mass by aunointm e n t. , h o m e as a resu lt of a fall in r w inch she su s tain e d a broken j i i Sunday, 8a.m.-, “T e m p le T im e ” ; ! will be h e a r d over rad io statio n , CT ^ v , s h T ® WACK; l o ’ ainj.. M o rning w o f- -iD ^ g rackei a t the L y o n s Hospi- ■Ctassified Want Ads Briq suits. FIR S T r e f o r m e d R e v . N o rm a n V a n M a n en M a rion—T e n stu d e n ts Marion w e re participants in the W ayne County All-County B a n d *„ a.,,,., ifa P 'M r s D e m r k e r u i n-rttent. and Chorus F e s tiv a l held a t Ly- .sh lp t 11:15 a.m , S u n d a y S o h o o l ' ho,P£ l b e r a u s e 61 a jn s ,m Jan . 26 ap d 27. i F e b . 4. R e v . P a u l H e y e r i n k .' h - ° ’,p ital because o£ a C h o rus rep resen tativ e s includ- 'm issio n a r y to M e x ico, ^guest I M_r “ Nan'c w as able ed Jeanelle V a n K o w enberg and sp e a k e r during S u n d a y School . ieave St M a rv s H o soital _ Nancy P e terson, sopranos; R ita i h o u r. • ] w h e « she w h s T p a L n t f o ^ Abram D e N e ering A a y a e D e P o iaL -antLLui--, ■ e r a ! w e e k s and' Is convalescing Abram D tN e e n n g . DeRup bU m ; M m e r SECOND R I ^ O R M E D . a t ^ hom e Qf h e r parpnt& Mrs tenor, Ja s o n H a a k and D a v id K e v - J 0 “ n h t a a l anri M rs F r n e s t R o e rm k n of M a y n a rd, baS.ses. S u n d a y , 8 a .m ., \ T e m p le T im e ” E v e r g r e e n St B o e rm a n ° f . Bamt. m e m b e r s Were J a n e t . ^ 1 ^ h e a r d o y e r j a d t o j t a ^ - >Mr> :an d M r s . L inwood D ietz 'Huber. saStm n o n ef and * a y ! ^ A C K . 10 a.m ., M t p f t o g WW- ; e n tertain e d : a t i fa m i l y dinner sousaphone. ; s n ip; , _ a.m ., S u n d a y , on s ,m d av Ja n 21 honoring Johnson, sousaphon e . ; s h ip 11:15, a.m .; T h e students . reh e a r s e d on > school; 7 p .m ., evening w o rship, j D ^ t o motoer:^‘M fA 'A b m m j F riday and S a turday w ith s e - , m 'u y v r s v m c c ^ B ible-study w U i ^ p , , ^ an - h e r 3 5 th h ir th d a y . lected ban d and chorus m e m - . be held each W e d n e sday eve- Q u e s ts p r e s e n t w e re M iss\ F ior; b e r s from sH ier- W a y n e - C o u n ty , n ing a t 7:30 p .m . _ ence D e N e e rtng of P a i m y r a , A1. schools They ap p e a r e d in a , F e b . 1. J u n io r and Senior chotr vin DeN e e rlng o f 'S o d u s P o int, p r a c tice. , Mr and M rs p o d e r t D ietz and sons of M a rion, ahd Mr. and public c o n c e r t on S a turday eve­ ning lh Lyons. G u e s t conductors w e re Ja m e s Hudson of C o rning H igh School for f h e c h o ir s , an d John S e h a r g e U N ITED CHURCH IN MARION n i o t , a _ . - n t. i M rs. K a rl D ietz an d d a u g h ter of RsV; R o b e r t H y a tt R o c h e s ter. M rs. D e N e e ring w as . - . Thursday,-3 pan,-Junior pjn jfJ birth- from . S tate U n iversity_C o llege.,at, r e h e a r s a l. 7 p .m ., C h a n cel choir FtfTnp^ nf h r ,. m-ree chi!-- P o tsdam for the band. -T E N YEARS AGO J a n , 23, 1958 . T h e new ly renovated a n d en- CARD OF THANKS I w ish to t h a n k th e nurses in th e surgery division a t t h e N e w - : j arfe-W ayne C o m m u n ity H o spital ■ and to those w lio se n t cards. A b ram E. Johnson * la r g e d F i r s t N a tional B a n k o f ; a n d also Dr. Levy. Also to m y ; M a rionjtvill hold open house this friends who stopped in to visit S a tu r d a y from 10 a.m . until' 5:30 :p .m . - • ’ ' M a rion resid e n ts have been req u e s ted b y M a rion firem e n to i shovel the snow aw a y from the ( b y M rs. M a r jorie E. F r a n k s of fire h y d r a n t nearest th e ir hom e W illiam son. , T h e M a rion R o tary C lub i s 1 * * * planning to present a play Jhisi EORTY 'REARS- A G O . .ye.ao: and- h a s soti»eted« ‘‘.C h a r-| ' “ Ja n . 27, J928 * le y ’s A u n t” w h ich is, now un d e r . T h e G a s E n g ine School h a s re h e a r s a l. been set for F e b . 6. 7 and S. T h e j school will b e held in The High] School g a r a g e . A t the end of th e | 3-day program s any person tak- I re^ ? i 5a.i' n.on u u - u d r e n , four g r a n d c h ildren, 'Yn ‘ chiirim _ schn J e;j^ anclf jlii(ijren ^ o n c r e s ted .iL i,10.30 W o rship serv ice, serm o n v topic, ’’Love’s D r a u g h t,” -F e b . 1. Ju n io r choir p r a c tice. 3 p .m .; C h a n c e l C h o ir p r a c tice, 7 -p.m. I F e b . 3. G e n e v a P r e s b y t e r y m e e ts a t B a th, N. Y , 9 30 a m. F e b . 4. C o m m u n ion Service. OUR CUSTOMER! CAM BUY ( M O N E O R D I <rr ~ ANOTHER SERVIC OFFERED AT SH0ALES DRUG STORf 17 S. RIAIN MARIOS, i 826-5636 F u r n a c e C l e a n i n t G A S E Q U I P M E N T S A F E T Y C H E C K E D K I T C H E N D R A I N S C L E A N E D S M A L L P L U M B I N G J O B S C. Eldon N a r y 306 W. Union St. Phone 331-2771 NewaJ m m TW E N T Y Y E A R S AGO- Ja n . 22, 1948 A R E A R E F E R E E S i s ; a m p le of t h e b e tt e r claw and pil- ] iar telescope m a d e in the late \ ! 18th and early 19th centuries. — M a rion- - B a r ry LaLonde- a n d K a r l Dietz, w.elf r-em e lnbered in the com m u n ity a s form e r m em -' b e r s of the M a rion C e n tr a l School basketball team are again appearing on th e courts a s re f ­ erees fqr arp a juhior v a r s i ty basketball gam e s on F r i d a y evenings.' - The first fox hunt staged b y , mg the instruction . will haye m e m b e r s of the M’arion Sports-1 know ledge n e c e s s a r y to m a k e m e n 's C lub last S u n d a y w a s pro- _ o r d in a r y rep a ir s , noupced a s.ucres?. h i i H ferrfc'i:Theodorides, and h i s 1 F a t h e r s N ight will b e o b s e r v e d . wife. Stella,, a r e now on a voy-, by , the M arion P a r e n t- T e a c h e r | a g e to their country, G r e e c e . . Association next W e d n e sday and th e topic w ili b e “ F a t h e r s Are Im p o r ta n t,” - having left M a rion on T u e s d a y . Jan . 17. Marion Legal NOTICE TO BIDDERS Thp B p a t'l of Eiim ntion. of Klarlon V. TH IR T Y Y E A R S AGO J a n , 27. 1938 . T h e M a rion H istorical Ciub m e t- T u e s d a y evening.,Jan. 25 in th e school cafeteria. The topic n . , t v i = . i ;i ^ i C e n tta l Sah a a l in v it e s sttbm i y s ion. „ f l tor- - thfi i.m e c ting- 1 -and collections of re lics w e re shown. The A d u lt E d u c a tion classes: m e e t in the com m e rcial room- on Tuesday and T h u rsday eve­ nings, T w e n ty-three are lea r n ­ ing typew riting and 14 speed w riting. C lasses are -conducted Seeding. F e itiflzin g and spread* ' inpf of fertilizer on approxim a tely :io acres of eioupd at the new jum o r- aepior hiffh school. I! 2. Library 'F u rniture. I •I. A'rt and Com m ercial F u r n iture. - S p e c ifications and bid form s mav 1 be secured from the Uu^ne&s office at, I the school. !£(ds -ivill.' be piibiiclv open* p ed In the Roard room a t 2 ‘tb p.m I F e b ruary 12. 1 9 6 ^ I TflOMAS A. G A til,I PP. Clock I, Community Calendai eb- 2 ^G range m e e ting, 8 p .m .. O r a n g e H a il. eb. 6 —--Firem e n 's m e e ting, 8 p .m .. F ir e H a ll. fh - 7 E a s tern S tar, . R ic h a r d s C h a p t e r , .8 p.m .. T e m p le. * ^ - eh. 7 —B lue an d G o l d B a n q u e t. C uh Scouts. 6 p'W- eb. 1.4— H a p p y V a l e n t i n e 's D a y . _ __ d < Clip a n d save tliis h a n d y ^uide to com ing everitSrj courtesy o f t h e F i r s t N a tional B a n k o f M arion. The 1st National Bank OF MARION Marion, New York “ALL WAYS FIRST IN BANKING” M m m m t F « N m | o t p M t t I i k h t m m C « v . m

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