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flY .C o u r i e r - C a z e tf e g g Mer. M, 1958 1 1 * 1 V » ^ .»'.*$v*.2gs By JOHN RICH i'-’. . '.u\''k- bulk’.ozt-rs tort* ■ :!)!• * I.,::': H.ill ::i It i ; , - ; ,: v '. . i t , jv , t B.TIN 6 _ I • 'It Hall, built on k i i cl Churches jr. Liiton Si m I H 60 . was this area. (■ \-'T 4\w»v- •» 'Zs ** ■Sgs&r \ : •; ! h.M — Bulldozers^rnnde short work of lear- ■m ..Iri ( !.t rk Hall which has had more history than any suHm. .. Minion- Lbie Probes^ Attempted Entry pi-. -■ | ob :> ■■-table Ar- ■ tt'-d an Siiuw t tlii- Upper • j l>eefi r.p- ,s t-yiden&e .1 ’ liUits.r in t I.n !!.•■ ut /amnr. . 1860 t<,_ t>' cN.ii , . it v a.s nne of tl'.c disl •H •!• n f I- Cl.'.i.i-t'.cs In this spr- Uw... bni'.i trtl Hni.tr. Street .did me ..-nrhv; to by 72 feet, With. Un- rea,me of the R.-tHanci peo­ ple it sjon bivame tocv small., so in 1872 tins church was sold to Tim CJ.uk and ;i i'.ou, chuivli is built or. that siU\ Clark owned a bleak and park un Main Street and the..corner of Maple Avenue. He rhuved the .churph to the rear of the park, placed it on a high wall and bunt a covered stairway., on tlie side as -sl'awn >n tiie picture tram tlK-n mi k “ ,is known as Clark’s Hall. Later Cl irk sold the park to The First National Bank. Clark’s • Hall -and its use- has had a history ail .its own. ’Many fine danees were . h eld there,\’ p-ieigh loads from palmyra ah,d 1 other towns, would.aft tod these f-lriirs When a Hunch needed rrp iirs iir wanted to build a nt-.. one. services wire held in this /: tlj. the (\.uring of the i. ilroad the McvvafK ;. tiling iulks would (hrr'e- .‘.he '.I.-.rion train, ei'ine up t.rr a h.iskP! oa.H 'aame. clobber tire •a; and then UP over to ChtrkH 'Hall for a donee. Tire I re in c rew would htive to coine and tell them it was time to leave, A ladies suci.ety of the town , called, ‘The Merry Wives”, met . in this Ijall for a social time and about once a n?onth held a- sup­ per for their families with a , dance ’ following. Nearly every winter a medicine show would stop over for a week. It always l ad a magician and a man on tiie flying trapeze. For a time v- Her skating was very popular, then came the Silent movies ! thtat filled.the h a ll'to’overflow- ’Trig. Each fall people went Ihe^e . ta vote. . . In the story. “It Happened In Western- Wayne. County'4’, it told :<vf Ihe iii'u,’ th li wintered lii to'.vu in trjs builckht: fhe wau ■ns i .u re .si'i.'cd and painted he- U.w and ihe perfrrmers prive- t.aed '..icir .slliiits in the main hull. .One ■t lua’ Edd\ d lire Uu ( Vcir's was. a hc-'.c! A farmer on Hide\ Road had a farmer on Kictifje Chapel Road arrested fnf beui\ cruel to his ho,rse. The Ridue Chapel farmer went all out lor tiiis one. He hired one of file be-at liiwyel's of this sec­ tion and had tlie Atlantic Hotel serve, dinner to. his witnesses. The judge ivas the railroad ticket agent and it took' one day : to pick the jury.. On the- second day tlie hall would not hold -the people so a constable barred-the door alter a certain number had. entered Tne trial lasted until , nightfall with the jury bringing in a verdict \of no cause for ac- : tion. _______ .. ^ . In the late '20‘s,., while a new school wag. under, construction, the high, school placed its bas- GORRKCnON M.u.iim ,-va ih ,n priule.d . m 1 k'l Vi,'-.- . . L- li • •.MIC.c: ,n ,g ; .1 i.U'-.l 1.; .Vi- f .-i ( .ip. ,u f I'., g - . • i- -v r. t's „s i now t.e:-.' r, -.\i.leli.ki.u .i.kl M.ri\.: T.e- .s i;n .st Ul.f Ul f.'.e afnc.ie u .i> j I ..\.CO T hf .iliioii.;* of lti-m.- I.) f)v li'i-.d is SC.M’O.OOO ' • ketb.ill vames in Clark's Halt: It was there livat Ken W-l-ute made b-i.y record of 16 baskets and i,vo fiuVU. At that time after a basket was made tlie ball had to be jumped Jjt center. Other members of that team were Tart Canibier, Bert Freeman J.r, Boots Sweezy and George Look- up'.' ; - Now the Marion. Bank lias’ “iiiie modem and with tile in­ crease m business. is .putting in a drive-in. window with' plenty of parking space in tit© rear. The old landmark has to go. It has served its purpose and brought happiness to many. Girl Scouts Hear \ Talk on Vietnam By AFS Studehf Maiijn . Gi'i-t tic.'it 22.' . and.. liieir sisit r En Vi-.ie Troop 08 tli“ir, l“n.1ers . Mrs John ; Stryker. Mrs ? rank'flutter, and /Mrs Carl, Tinl.'f. were pleas­ antly entertained during -their '.Thursday afternoon meeting visit from Truong Neoc '■Cara. Marlon Central School's ' A.T'S; student from Vietnam. .,. The girls presented Cam with \ a friendship pin, aiid she in turn taught them a dance done in 'Vietnam. She also told the -girls about tier and th.e tv p.' of clothuig yvurn in her country. ] Mrs. Gordon Adriaansen, Mrs. , Alan Rothfuss, Si'., and Mrs. ] Jack Halstead acted as mother ‘ helpers for the afternoon. ’ WEB as'FEAKS Use*. Want Ads for Results! Mjrlnii Mi:, and Mrs. Hbve­ Bmse of Joy Road ente.r- t.tme.d a00ut 40 t 'lati.es at their h me Silm'ay in h m it; of their ' 2 2 wending- atu.iiei».ilV which- oc, Mar. ti 0- rheif sons, K.ch .id a:.d ,. Kemt-th. were h nive from t’ornell University tor the occasion. They have two .other sons, Stephen and Larry at home. Columns Shade Trestles To Retain First Place 1 ‘ The Columns 'nipped the Tres­ tles. 5 to 4. to retain first place in. the Masonic League. The Compasses moved Within li . points hf the leaders by vir- of a 7-2 win over the 1 Squares. The Columns pace th e 1 standings with 139H points and Compasses trail with 138: :The Wardens hold third .spot; [with 133 points. FARM EQUIPT T h e v i ^ J B m ^ j t l n i i i C i However, the door had not been opened. j Coimtable Bouwcns: stated that t he had made a routine cheek at i the.''building at approximately Ll':30 p-iii . on Saturday, and saw t J’-o indiciitiiir. that the dnbr had, been tampered *with. at that JEWELRY - Watches v * \ DANGLER'S • 0 3 , S . M A IN ST. W ATCHES • DIAMONDS • JE W E L R Y REPAIRING • 331-2565 General Contractors.. RCCHE-KIMBERLY Construction, inc. General Contractors ■in?- Btr’..:..' New \ I 2 iiinnwed. j.ttme. ' ' ! fcvijmn River I piantirtg-S on 'the south or l!l1' tctal southwr.st side of a house often ;n\eed. jjiare whiter .projection ut 800 m i l e s ,; (}nl1 those on the north' bpfause • t6° wintPr slrn causes fluctuat- - ‘ -:i..l water-' ing' temperatures resulting in a Concrete and Masonry P.O. BOX 55 ■ loss of m oisluie. n e w M 68m 0{fe] 'Off priced! JEWELERS 136 E. MAIN ST PALMYRA, N. Y. 596-5261 JEWELRY qnd WATCH REPAIRING WINDOW Decorating TRACTORS FORD ^ TRACTORS & EQUIP'T. Hesston Winflrowers Century Sprayers &, Parts Ford Garden and LaWii Tractors NEWARK “TRACTOR Rte. 31 TRACTORS EQUIPMEMT RAGS • PAPER • IRON H ea r in g a id s KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS' HALLMARK CARDS (M a r i n e M i d l a n d C h a r g e P l a n ) n y l o n 4 P ly TIRE CORJJ Best tire buy in its pfce-raitffe for ----- — jttaality a n d p e r f o r m a n c e Con'o.- i*-.-i.'Hpr | 0 g j v e p 0 5 j j i v e ' fi.50«!3 tuhelesstmckwjii -Wniroi jnri lia b i l i t y - plui 51.80 Fed. £i f»x !-wfjr,nq rubber body r^d trpai and i tradtin tire Other sizes Bt V NOW ON O U R EA S Y P A Y PLAN! WINTER OFFER! F r o n t - E n d A l i g n m e n t For greater safety & longer tire life | & Iiament,sPeCialists.wdlldo alltjiis work. . -inspect l^emb: s?!r*D83' shock absorbers and steering wheel lof.jj, Front-end; correct camber, caster and ce n o w . . . u s e our easy pay plan! T I R E , IN C . *1 S t . 3 3 1 - 4 1 4 2 ^ v e . 5 8 9 - 4 6 6 1 Newark, N. Y- Williamson, N. Y. SHOES Men's & Children's FINE FOOTWEAR • Bostonians • P J . Flyers • York town • Classmates FRANK'S *T h . * » 7 E . U N I O N ST . \Custom Made\ W e O f f e r C o m p lete — Service In ^W indow D e corating For H o r t e i or Businesses WE SPECIALIZE IN: • Curtain*^ • Riitdy*Mad« DrafitrlM ■ • SeilstrMdS'i—Matching DrapM I Or»f>»ry—Curtain Hardware • W/ndfow, Shadrw • P o r c i t S h a d e * • Venetian Kllndft • T r a v e r s e R o d s • W o R a f u i r B l in d s — R o d u ee i D O W N T O W N N E W A R K C A S H F O B Y O U R - IRON B A T T E R IES • RAD IATO R S C O P P E R ® M E T A L ETC.. HYMIE PORT 224 W. UNION ST,. \Newark's Mesr Versatile Junk Dealer\ WilHam E, Reeves PROFESSIONAL H E A R IN G A IR S E R V I C E BY APPOINTMENT nan v U flLY 22a FAYETTE ST. , P A L M Y R A , N . Y . PHONE 497-9249 Home Improvement CORSERS HOME IMPROVEMENT Richard R. Corner • A l u m in u m S l d l n c • W lm f o w i - n o o n • A w n in g * - C a r p o r t * • R o o t i n g - In i u l a t l m g • I r o n R a ilin g * 548-8901 Newark St PHELPS, N. Y. CLEAR SNOW FAST! Y b u ’l l c l e a r w a lk * M M d r l e a a li* m i n u t e s I n s t e a d o f h o u r * w h e n y o n u s e a n e a s y d r i v i n g I n t a r n a t l a a a l C u b -C a d e t . N e w r o t a r y * » w t h r o w e r c u t * ■ 3 » In c h * * w i d e th r S i r f S d e e p sn o w , e a s t s s n o w t * elflv e r s i d e a s f a r a s 10 f e e t , t t s r t v * t o £ . r a i s e , lo w e r , o r e h s n g * s a - g t e o f d i s c h a r g e S p o u t , e h - t h s - g a . fro n t t r a c t o r s e a t . . H i g h e s t q,asN t]r c o n s t r u c t i o n — a u g e r a n d re t e r ru ie on b a l l a n d r o l l e r h e a r i n g s , t o w - e o s t i a a - l n e h . sn o w b l m l g * ! * • 'iv a i ia & U b D o n 't d r * * d * n o w IHIV* eilrtg t h i s w i n t e r . * . co m * Id ««dl s m t h * C u b C a d R tI Schleede Farm Supply Utes. 31 & 14 LYON S , N.Y* 946-6822 UPHOLSTERY CAMPERS - TRAILERS Atricaii Violets BOERMAN'S Upholstery Shop . IBB R l d g c C h a p e l lid . MARION, N. Y., 926-5689 B a m f u l l o f f u r n i t u r e , lo w o v e r ­ h e a d l i m o t t o / In y o u r p o c k e t ! D a v e n p o r t lu J t e * , s o f a b e d s , T V , R e c l in e r * . B e d r o o m S u i t* * , H o lly w o o d B e d t r B u n k Beds* K i t c h e n S e ts* A L L A T BARGAIN P R IC E S ENGEL’S African Violets INVALID EQUIP'T and Hospital Equipment FO R SALE o r FOR RENT • Crutehes aiKl Cenea. • H o * * : D e d s - * - W a lK o w t tM P h r t m a n y o t h e r ty g e * • f c o n v a l e s c e n t e q u i p m e n t MOVERS Ita W M g ] fLOOALMMAmNWlDin E. Palmyra, N . Y. __________ A L S O \B L A C K M A G IC” Pottin* Mix aard Blossom Booster M O N D A Y ' i t T h U R S D A Y S V I C . SA T , ■ I* . • M t , * * A .M . t b S P .M . DAVID VANDER MOLEN H I L L T O P - O V E R L A N D L E I S tlR E - T J M E - BLA Z O N G O -T A G -A -L O N G L I T T L E C H A M P T r u c k C a m p e r s a l C a m p e r e t t e s T e n t g T r a v e r T r a i l e r * S a l s * A S e r v ic e L e w O v e r h e a d — L a r g o S a v i n g s “ T H E B E S T F O R L E S S ” l t s s M o d e ls In S t o c k . C l o s e o u t o n A il U s e d a n d l b s ? N e w M o d e ls. 1 S S M a r l o n R d . R t e . 2 1 N P a l m y r a , N . V . S S 7 S S 3 tS H E W IDEA SNOW MOBILE ■ TRAILERS GEHL - O N T A R IO DRILL Lawn - G a rden 'Equipment T ■CASE HOMELITE - ARIENS ^ARCTIC CAT SNOW MOBILES CERTIFIED SHOP , SALES and SERVICE ( M E A L T R A C T O R E. PALM Y R A , N. Y . (597-4962). SKI EQUIPMENT Pharmdey Clifton Springs 462-7131 CERAMICS, CLASSES ANGEL ' \Mov* wFh cam - * * „ Anywhwa.\ . , M O VING ? /\ F o r f i s t d s piBa'b a b l * s e r v l e * w a ll th * O N L Y P S C a n d K f c a u t i w r f i e d le n g d l s t a h e s a n i l I n t e r s t a t e m * v *r In W s y a * C e b n f y . ED PRICE Moving & Storage Newarik M l Lyoiu, N, Y, PHONE 846-4660 BEAUTICIANS GUNS-SUPPLIES NEW USED G U N S C a m p f t t b R e l e S d ln g SbjH d lsb MARIO at CHET I H i . U n lbM S t . N e w a r k O p e n W e e k d a y s 7 P .M . tb l b P .M . M A R Beauty Salon HARPER METHOD • 0 4 S . M A IN S T . N E W A R K £ = = = D E 1 - 3 1 1 # FOREIGN CAR SERVICE C a m ille ’s BEAUTY SHOP 1604 Mason St.. Newarlt. N.Y. PALMYRA FOREIGN CAR SERVICE \ All iHbke tsrelfjH dim repaired. C O U B T F i Y C a r * A V A IL A 1 L K • * Y A P F O I H T M E N T O N L Y Rt. 31,597-0016, Palmyra, N.Y. j.v.a.i.. ...................... Phone DE 1-1940 LAGANA'S I GROCERY 31 CLASSES BY APP'T GREENWARE - SUPPLIES F i n i s h e d A f t t e i e s o n D i s p l a y i t l d f i s M r s . 1~ D e C lm fc Plumbing & Heating NELDA’S , BEAUTY SALON- “ I f you v a s u e y o u r h e i r . C h o o s e p r o f e s s i o n a l c a r e “ 101 Norton'St. 2 OPEN 7 BAYS A WEEK * ■ o v e r a g e * * G r o c e r i e s • M e a t * J ^ jj L A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A 3 A 4 WALLPAPER. PAINT WALLPAPER 4 0 * P a t t a m s l i t S t e e k _ DUTCHlCYPAiNTS EDWARD'S 1 3 3 E , U p h b DE 1 - 1 * 1 * — Plumbing-’Haating Air-Conditioning - Installation f IfiT iiT /i1# TTVP it ^ '■•■'* UJ^JLJbJn Custom Sheet Metcri DE 1-2380 MURRAY I\SSSi. E d w a r d F . M u i r n y — - O w n w 7 0 S S . M A I N ST . FOR THE BIRDS (Mixed Bird Food [Scratches {Grains LSuet {Feeders [Sun Flotfer {Seeds W a y n e County's L a rgest Bird Food Center N E W A R K A G W A Y N. M A IN ST. 331-2120 P h o n e 9 3 1 - 1 2 4 9 TV SERVICE & White ! BEDETTE APPLIANCE - (ED KNEUT, 0«ner) PHONE 331-2925 506 S. MAIN NEWARK C M I T U ' C g e n e r a l j f f l l i n J STORE P O R T G tB S O N , N . Y . O P E N EVEICY D A Y •S O P A .M . to » : 3 0 P .M . F E A T U R IN G Q U A L IT Y G r e c e r l u s * M e s t * b B e v e r s g * * F e r In t o r m a f l e n b n A d v e r t i s i n g In T h i s D i r e c t o r y C a l i . . . DON MARTENS 3314000 Newark Coarier-Gagette \ / ■ I

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